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Kingpins Denim Fair, great place to source denim products
24
Jan '11
The Kingpins India show has been finalized and it will be held at Delhi in a 5 star hotel . The show will enable the denim industry in South Asia to get together at one place and will be a great place for brands to source all kinds of denim products.

The Indian sub-continent's denim industry has grown by leaps and bounds over the last 10 years and the total denim fabric production in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh is about to exceed 1.2 billion mtrs !

Concurrently, denim garment exports from the region have also been growing tremendously. As Chinese denim exports are set to slow down, maximum growth shall come to the sub-continent region.

This increased regional importance necessitates a high quality and industry specific event to focus only on the denim supply chain and bring buyers from all over the world to source denim products in the sub-continent region. The Kingpin Show plans to fill this industry need as it has in the US and China.

The companies invited to exhibit at The Kingpins Show in India will include about 13-14 factories from India and about three each from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. This mix will include denim mills, denim garment manufacturers and an assortment of accessory suppliers to the denim supply chain. Mr. Olah confirmed that he was planning to invite only “TOP OF THE LINE DENIM COMPANIES”

Regular Exhibitors At Kingpins Shows include top denim companies like:

• Tavex Corporation , Spain/Brazil
• Kurabo , Japan
• Cone Denim , USA
• Denimatrix/ ACG Mills USA
• Central Fabrics , Hong Kong

And the buyers normally visiting the show include the Who's Who of the Denim World :

AG, Jeans, Shop, All Saints, J. Brand, Seven, Citizens, Diesel, Evisu, CK, DKNY, Guess, Levi's, Lucky Brand, Mustang, Pepe, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilifiger, VF, Abercrombie & Fitch, AEO, Club Monaco, Gap, G2000, Giordano, Zara ,Ann Taylor, Chico's, Talbots, Sears, Target, Wal-Mart, CFL, New Times, Frontline, Li & Fung, and umpteen others !

Olah Inc. started it's denim thrust working for Legler in Italy (first denim mill in Europe) in 1978 and continues to develop and market products from the reputed denim masters Kurabo Industries in Japan.

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