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High-quality Indian textiles to be on show at Texworld USA
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Jul '12
As North America’s most important platform for apparel fabrics, Texworld USA has always hosted the top producing textile nations of the world. For this reason, 13 exhibitors from India present their latest silks, embroidery, wool and other fabrics from July 24 to 26 at the Javits Convention Center in New York City.

According to the Confederation of Indian Textile Industry, India is the second largest cotton, cellulosic fibers and silk producer in the world and has the third largest sheep population for production of clean and silky wool. Moreover, India has constantly been one of the top requested countries that attendees would like to see represented at the event.

Featured Indian suppliers include:

Apsara Silks, Apsara Silks, Banswara Syntex Limited, D.C. Exports, JCS Impex Pvt. Ltd, Manuela Apparel Exports, Pallavaa Group, R.B. Industries, The Indian Silk Export Promotion Council, Topman Fabrics, Topman Fabrics, Universal Textile Mills, Vasansi, Vinayak International, Virgose Fashions

In total, the thirteenth edition of Texworld USA showcases a record 328 companies and associations from 14 countries, making this the largest edition to date.

Texworld USA is the largest sourcing event in North America for apparel fabric buyers, R&D and product development specialists, designers, merchandisers and overseas sourcing professionals. The thirteenth edition of Texworld USA will take place July 24 - 26, 2012 at the Javits Convention Center in New York City.

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