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Chinese Pavilion to be highlight of YFA 2016 Show
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Jul '16
Courtesy: YFA Tradeshow
Courtesy: YFA Tradeshow
A Chinese Pavilion will be the highlight of the upcoming second edition of the Yarn, Fabric & Accessories Trade Show (YFA) Show which runs from November 23-26, 2016.

YFA 2016 will feature products beginning from fibres, yarns, fabrics to garment accessories and will see exhibition space doubling from one hall to two halls.

For the 2016 show, the organisers expect over 250 companies from several countries and more than 15,000 visitors, who too are expected from 15 countries.

Their optimism stems from the fact that with still four months to go, 75 per cent of the space has already been booked and at the same time there are several returning exhibitors from the 2015 show.

Among them are Indorama Synthetics, Asahi Kasei, Soundararaja Mills, Nahar Industrial Enterprises, Sanathan Textiles, Nimbark Fashions, Madeira India, Uflex Ltd, Mahamantra Impex and many others.

New exhibitors who have confirmed their participation include Bhilosa Industries, National Textile Corporation (NTC), Vardhman Textiles, RSWM Ltd, King Lace, Kiona Fashion, etc.

YFA 2016 aims to redefine the way fibres, yarns, fabrics and apparel accessories are sourced and bring renowned suppliers from the these four segments closer to buyers and also offer buyers a one-stop place to source all their requirements.

Additionally, WGSN, the global authority on fashion trends will be the Trend Partner and will also be putting up a Pavilion.

Vision Communications, the organiser has also planned fashion shows during the days of the show and additionally there will also be a high-level conference. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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