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North Andaman Apparel to exhibit in Paris & Berlin
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Feb '16
View of North Andaman Apparel factory
View of North Andaman Apparel factory
Myanmar based garment factory North Andaman Apparel will exhibit at both Apparel Sourcing Exhibition, which is part of Texworld, in Paris and Asian Sourcing in Berlin from 15-18 February and 24-26 February, respectively.

“We are experienced in manufacturing and exporting products like shirts, blouses, premium quality baby dresses, children's wear, nightwear, swimwear, handwoven fabric, leather belts, gloves and shoes from Myanmar for nearly 20 years, and we  deliver on time competitively priced quality garments,” Richard Williams, general manager and director of the company, told Fibre2Fashion.

“With our growing team of marketing, merchandising, quality and compliance, logistics and finance professionals, we offer global buyers highly competitive CMT/CMP and FOB in terms of price, quality and social responsibility,” he added.

North Andaman Apparel has more than 12 garment factories and production co-operatives in Asia.

This will be the first year that North Andaman will take its stand at these exhibitions. During the events, the company officials would be present at stand L014 in Paris and at stand C48, hall 2-1 in Berlin to exhibit their various services.

Myanmar (formerly Burma) currently represents a tremendous opportunity for garment and apparel buyers worldwide. With the extension of GSP privileges to Europe, its apparel / garment industry has recovered to its former volumes with the likelihood of substantial further growth driven by Myanmar's highly motivated and eager workforce. (NA)

 

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