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Fibre2Fashion to demonstrate services at CITPE 2016
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May '16
Courtesy: CITPE
Courtesy: CITPE
To service the emerging textile printing sector, Fibre2Fashion, the leading trade portal for the global textile-apparel and fashion industry, will participate in the China International Textile Printing Industrial Technology Expo (CITPE) 2016, which begins tomorrow at the Poly World Trade Center, Pazhou, Guangzhou.
 
“Textile printing is one of very important sectors Fibre2Fashion is focusing. This sector includes varied type of machinery, dyes & chemicals, fabric technology and many more,” says a company representative.
 
During the three days, representatives from China office of Fibre2Fashion will interact with players of textile printing sector and demonstrate the services which are useful for this sector at booth 2, hall 2018.
 
As the first as well as the only influential textile printing expo in China, CITPE focuses on textile printing equipments and materials, and provides communication platform for the majority of manufacturers at home and abroad. 
 
Built with an aim to bolster and serve the textile fraternity, Fibre2Fashion is a market driven B2B portal that marked its existence in the year 2000. Over the years, the portal has grown in leaps and bounds and has helped several small, medium and large companies in growing their businesses. 
 
Besides providing effective business solutions, the company also offers textile based information through informative articles, news, market analytical reports on fibre and feedstock and various print features. (RKS)
 

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