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150 suppliers partake in China Yarn Expo Autumn
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Oct '13
The recently concluded Yarn Expo Autumn at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre has met with increased participation this year, as nearly 150 suppliers from 13 countries and regions showcased natural, blended as well as artificial yarns and products made from them at the expo.
 
The expo is believed to be an ideal platform for yarn producers to present their goods to Chinese and global buyers. However, the growth this year is mainly attributable to increased participation from South Asian countries.
 
The number of Pakistani producers offering competitively priced cotton yarns grew almost three-fold from last year to 21, while over 30 yarn suppliers from India also participated in the fair and showcased latest dyed and fancy cotton yarns and natural fibres, varieties of single, twisted, compact, gassed, mercerised and crepe yarns for knitwear and weaving, as well as 100 percent cotton and linen yarns.
 
Natural and blended yarns including wool, cotton, flax/ramie, and a wide range of specialty products made from artificial fibres and yarns like elastic, fancy and blended yarns were also displayed at the expo.
 
Two leading firms from China—Fulida Group Hangzhou Import & Export Co Ltd and China Resources Textiles (Holdings) Co Ltd. also took part in the event and displayed different latest fine yarn, cotton textile yarn and nylon yarn products.
 
Other participants were from Turkey, Thailand, Singapore, Lithuania, Italy, Korea, Indonesia, China, Sri Lanka, and Hong Kong.
 
The three-day expo was organised by Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd; the Sub-Council of Textile Industry; China Cotton Textile Association; China Wool Textile Association; China Chemical Fiber Association; China Bast & Leaf Fibres Textiles Association; and China Textile Information Centre.
 
The next spring edition of Yarn Expo is scheduled to be held from March 3 to 5, 2014.
 

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