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Textile Fair at Ptak Warsaw Expo in Poland from Nov 17-19
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The third edition of Fast Textile, one of the most important international textile fairs in Europe, will be held at Ptak Warsaw Expo in Nadarzyn near Warsaw, the capital of Poland, from November 17-19, 2016.

The twice a year—autumn/winter and spring/summer seasons—fair is being organised in response to the market’s growing need for such events. It provides a perfect platform for exhibitors to present their products to the best manufacturers of textiles and accessories and to establish new contacts with clients from all around the world.

The previous two editions of Fast Textile attracted hundreds of exhibitors from across the globe, and turned out to be great business and marketing successes.

Fast Textile’s convenient location in the centre of Europe provides exciting opportunities for businesses. Ptak Warsaw Expo, Europe’s largest fair and congress centre, consists of six modern halls with an exhibition area of 143,000 sq m and 500,000 sq m of external area used to organise open-air events. For the duration of Fast Textile, the fair hall will be divided into special craft zones: fabrics/knitwear, accessories, yarn, machinery, haberdashery and services.

Located at the intersection of the S8 express way and A2 motorway, Ptak Warsaw Expo boasts a quick and easy access from Warsaw's Chopin International Airport and it’s only a 15-minute drive from Warsaw city centre.

One of the Fair’s accompanying events is the Textile Forum. This useful endeavour includes lectures, discussion panels and conferences dedicated to the textile industry. It is perfect for companies to exchange experience in running a business.

Participation in the fair provides a great chance to learn about trends for a given season and find out about new technologies used in the textile industry. It is also a place to order or buy anything you need to create clothes, i.e. fabrics, textiles, yarn, accessories and machinery. The fair’s rich offer continues to capture attention of producers and customers alike. (RKS)

Click here to become an exhibitor or to register as a visitor to the fair.

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