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Exhibitors from 14 nations signup for JIAM 2016
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Mar '16
Around 237 exhibitors from 14 countries will exhibit at Japan international apparel machinery and textile industry trade show (JIAM 2016), which will be held from April 6-9, 2016 at Intex Osaka.

According to the organiser, the Japan Sewing Machinery Manufactures Association (JASMA), there is a 14.4 per cent rise in the number of exhibitors this year, with around 32 per cent increase in the number of overseas exhibitors.

JIAM 2016 would be providing a platform for the sewing machinery and its related equipment manufacturers from all over the world. The show this year is expecting around 30,000 trade visitors.

Products in cutting, spreading, CAM, sewing equipment, finishing, laundry and inspection, testing has expanded. Embroidery, printing, laser design processing and home sewing related products has more than doubled its figures while planning, design and CAD has decreased. Products that are non-apparel related including automotive and aircraft related products, interior items and sundry industrial textiles have newly joined the show and took up 5.5 per cent.

Together with first-time exhibitors from Bangladesh, many companies and organisations from countries including China, Czech Republic, Germany, Indonesia, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey and the US are participating in the show.

The show will offer one of the best opportunities to approach leading garment manufacturers and major sewing machine distributors in the world. The JIAM 2016 Executive Committee is drawing up a variety of programmes such as special presentations, seminars and the “Home Sewing Zone,” a B to C zone that showcases sewing machines and related accessories for home usage. (NA)

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