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India & Pakistan to be major exhibitors at Yarn Expo
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Oct '15
India and Pakistan together will feature over 80 exhibitors at Yarn Expo Autumn 2015, a fair aimed at showcasing natural, synthetic and blended yarns and specialty products in Shanghai, China from 13-15 October, 2015, according to a press statement released by Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd.

Featuring around 66 fibre and yarn suppliers, India will be the largest contingent from outside of Mainland China, and will be having a pavilion of its own. Kikani Exports, GTN Group, Loyal Textile Mills, Gujarat Ambuja, NSL Textile, Lahoti Overseas, Sutlej Textiles and Industries, Premier Mills, Winsome Textile Industries, Sangam (India) and TT Ltd are some of the big names at the fair from India.

Pakistan will be another major exhibitor at the fair with over 18 exhibitors of 100 per cent cotton, melange and bamboo cotton.

There will be over 250 exhibitors participating at the Expo, and over 100 participants will be from countries other than Mainland China like India, Pakistan, Hong Kong, Korea, Indonesia, Singapore, Italy, Switzerland, Vietnam and Uzbekistan. Around 150 domestic suppliers will take part covering a wide range of products.

Synthetic fibre exhibitors will feature in three special zones: the Advanced Cottony Polyester Fibre Zone showcasing imitation cotton suppliers with products for sportswear, overalls and denim outfits; the Renewable & Recycling Zone will feature a range of renewable and recycling fibre products ranging from raw materials to finished goods; and the Functional Fibre Zone targets this fast-growing segment in China and globally with a range of polyester, nylon, biochemical fibres, spandex, polypropylene fibres, acrylic fibres and more.

The increase in the number of exhibitors at the fair will be by more than 87 per cent as compared to 2014. The exhibition space also expands by the same amount to 8,500 square metres.

Yarn Expo Autumn 2015 will open alongside Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics. It will be held at the brand-new National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai) in hall 4.1. (MCJ)

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