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11th edition of AMI Kochi trade fair to end on June 8
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Jun '17
The 11th edition of trade fair organised by Apparel Manufacturers of India (AMI) will conclude in Kochi on June 8. The exhibition is a platform to grow together while building a strong network for mutual growth. The leading manufacturers and traders of readymade and unstitched garments of men, women and children are participating in the event.

Key retailers from Kerela, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu are attending the trade fair. Various renowned apparel brands including Big Brother, Diya Design Studio, Baaniz (Mangalam), Femi Design and Torso Shirts are also showcasing their festive collection to attract retailers and MBO’s across Kerala, for Onam.

"We would like to thank our chief guests, Roger John of Pulimoottil Silk and Iqbal Shaikh Usman of Pooja Hyper Shoppee, for coming and gracing the event. It is exciting to see the energy and enthusiasm amongst the manufacturers and retailers and we are sure this will continue over the next days," said Kamlesh Nanda, key organiser, Apparel Manufacturers of India, said during the inaugural ceremony.

Till date, AMI, the leading apparel group of manufacturers and traders, has conducted 10 fairs across Kochi, Chennai and Hyderabad and has reached out to 7,000 retailers and MBO’s. AMI's first exhibition was kicked off in January 2015 with the aim of bridging the gap between retailers, agents and suppliers. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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