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Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics gets huge exhibitors
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Feb '18
Courtesy: Messe Frankfurt
Courtesy: Messe Frankfurt
The Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics, a leading apparel fabric and accessories exhibitions in the world, is set to demonstrate works from a large number of exhibitors from all over the world. The show that provides an excellent opportunity for overseas suppliers to build stronger relationships, will be held from March 14 to 16, 2018 in Shanghai, China.

To ensure convenience for buyers, international exhibitors are grouped by country or region, while Chinese exhibitors are located in product halls including fabrics for casualwear, functional wear / sportswear, ladieswear, lingerie & swimwear, shirting and suiting, as well as for accessories and denim.

In total, around 3,300 exhibitors will showcase their apparel fabrics and accessories at the fair, with the SalonEurope zone hosting premium suppliers from Europe, while the International Hall also houses other overseas exhibitors.

Organised by the Japan Fashion Week Organisation (JFW), the Japan Pavilion will house 22 exhibitors and also feature a Japan Trend Corner. Included in this edition’s Japan Pavilion are three companies from the Nishiwaki region, which is famous for Banshu-Ori, a yarn-dyed fabric, woven into various patterns with yarns that are dyed before being woven by weaving machines.

The fabric will be displayed by Bon Co Ltd, Ueyama Orimono Corp, and Kuwamura Co Ltd at the fair. Bon will show a range of new products using this traditional technique, including organic cotton fabrics, paper yarn fabrics and indigo items. Ueyama Orimono will present cotton, cotton / linen and medium-thin yarn-dyed fabrics at the fair. Kuwamura will showcase fabrics based on 100 per cent yarn-dyed cotton.

The Taiwan Pavilion will show over 40 participating companies. Keen Ching Industrial will have a number of their patented KCC-branded zippers at the fair including a durable double-coil zipper, an invisible zipper with a movable retainer box, a track type water-repellent zipper, and more. Handseltex Industrial will show a wide range of products including lace, jacquard, and mesh, made with the likes of organic cotton and recycled polyester. Paltex will show its ‘From Waste to Yarn’ regeneration system that involves turning waste fishing nets and plastic bottles from the ocean into polyester and nylon fabrics, membranes and trimmings.

Superwill will display its unique gradient fabric that combines specialty yarns and a special knitting process, and features a thickness that decreases from top to bottom. Tri Ocean Textile will feature its own DreamFel high-performance filament polypropylene yarn, used in sports & outdoor apparel and outdoor furniture.

Nearly 60 Korean exhibitors will showcase manmade, fancy, knitted, acetate woven, tricot, jacquard, faux leather and printed fabrics for ladieswear, while other members will feature fabrics for sportswear and outdoor wear. Those from Pakistan will feature in the Beyond Denim hall and offer a wide range of denim products. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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