“Texworld still has much in store to offer visitors and exhibitors. There remains plenty of potential for developing the exhibition. Already in September, visitors will be able to discover a restructured offer, like the new grouping of furs and synthetic skins,” emphasizes Michael Scherpe, President of Messe Frankfurt France, the company responsible for the organisation.
The new hall 4, which allows for optimum planning, will host the whole universe of womenswear: silk, knits, embroidery and printed fabrics, while hall 2 will be dedicated to menswear, to functional textiles and sportswear, to denim, wool, shirting and accessories.
The new organisation supports flexibility, the grouping and synergy of the different subsections, which in turn will further simplify visits and purchasing.
The exhibition welcomes an Indonesian pavilion for the first time
For the first time Texworld will host an Indonesian pavilion at the next show from 16 to 19 September. This pavilion will be made up of six companies and organized by the National General Directorate for Development and Export at the Indonesian Ministry of Trade.
Attendance by the group is testament to the commitment of the weavers and the Indonesian government to strengthen their presence on the European market. Indonesian fabrics, primarily cotton and man-made materials like viscose and polyester, are valued by the buyers for their quality and competitive prices.
The six companies, mainly from the Bandung region, are the most innovative and efficient in Indonesia.
They offer a very diverse range of products like:
- Plain or printed polyester in different weights for unisex fashion.
- Viscose and viscose blends in a circular knit or tricot knits for men and women.
- 100% cotton, rayon and linen and various plain or printed blends for menswear, womenswear and children’s wear.
- Premium category embroidery and lace.
- Cutting-edge technical materials for swimwear, sportswear and lingerie.
All the companies export a good proportion of their production, on average 80%, mainly to Europe and the United States. Some also work with China and Japan.
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