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Malaysian textiles & clothing expo from Nov 22-24
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Jul '11
In the backdrop of the recently concluded landmark India-Malaysia Comprehensive Economic Co-operation Agreement (IMCECA), Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India has nominated 'The Synthetic & Rayon Textiles Export Promotion Council' (SRTEPC) as the lead Council for organizing the Combined Textiles & Clothing Exhibition in Malaysia during 22-24 November 2011 in co-ordination with the other Export Promotion Councils.

The Combined Indian Textiles & Clothing Exhibition will be held at the MATRADE Exhibition & Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur and will coincide with INTRADE Malaysia at the same venue. The Council will accommodate participating Indian companies in Hall No - A, which will be designated as “India Pavilion” to get the focused attention of visiting buyers.

International Trade Malaysia (INTRADE) is the annual international trade and export exhibition organized by the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) to enhance networking, business matching, exchange of ideas and inspiration amongst the business communities of different countries.

Visitor Promotion:
An extensive visitor's promotion campaign by direct mails, invitations, exhibitor's catalogues, flyers, advertisements in trade magazines and newspapers, press release, telemarketing, Networking breakfast, Dinners, Seminars, and Conferences – will bring the top decision-makers to the stalls of the Indian exhibitors.

Invitation to leading buyers with complimentaries:
Besides the visit of the local Malaysian Buyers of Textiles & Clothing; the Council will also invite around 200 leading Buyers from the neighboring ASEAN countries to visit the Indian Pavilion offering complimentary air-tickets / hotel accommodations. This will help Indian participating companies to meet the leading importers of the neighboring countries and explore the possibility of doing business with them.

Market Potential:
While India is Malaysia's largest trading partner in the South Asian region, Malaysia is India's second largest trading partner in the Asean countries. It is also the 18th largest investor in India.

The Malaysian textile & clothing sector encompasses a broad range of activities including polymerization, man-made fibre production, spinning, texturising, weaving, knitting, printing, dyeing, finishing & garment making. Though, Malaysia is a producer of textiles, it does import a variety of textile materials from various markets to support its production of garments.

Malaysia's Textile Scenario:
• Malaysia imported around USD 1425 million of textiles & clothing from world in 2009.
• It imported around USD 520 million of MMF Textiles (nearly 35% of T&C imports) from the world during 2009.
• Major supplying countries of MMF Textiles are China, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, and Korea etc.

Terms & Conditions of participation:
• The Cost of a furnished booth of 9 sqm is only Rs.60,000/- + 10.3% Service Tax. The furnished booth will include table, chairs, display props, spot lights, name on the facia of the booth etc.


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