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Alpaca United to attend ITMA 2011
13
Jul '11
Alpaca United, the textile fiber company representing North American Alpaca breeders and processors, is excited to announce it's attendance and booth location at the ITMA show in Barcelona, Spain.

ITMA (International Exhibition of Textile Machinery) is the largest international machinery and textile conference and trade event in the world. This exhibition is held every four years and is recognized as the “Olympics” of the global industry.

For the first time in the show's history, ITMA organizers have decided to include an extended natural fiber and yarn section in Hall 5. Alpaca United is excited be part of this enhanced natural fiber exhibit and will be presenting the best North America has to offer in Alpaca fiber, yarn, and fabric at stand A129 in Hall 5.

Nick Hahn, CEO of Alpaca United, states, “This is the first time the North American Alpaca fiber industry has organized an exhibit outside of the United States and Alpaca United is proud to represent the industry in this prestigious global event.”

Alpaca United extends an invitation to all attendees to stop by the booth and learn more about our fiber and the AU initiative. We'll have United States Alpaca farmers and a processing technician on site to answer any questions.

Alpaca United is the textile fiber company created and funded by the North American Alpaca farmers and processors to make Alpaca fiber more competitive in world markets.

The company manages market-building activities designed to add value to the fiber and increase demand through branding and consumer education in the luxury end of the apparel and home textile markets as well as industrial end uses.

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