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14th China Yiwu International Expo begins today
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Nov '13
"The 14th China (Yiwu) International Exhibition on Hosiery, Knitting, Dyeing & Finishing Machinery" and "The 3rd China (Yiwu) International Exhibition on Automatic Garment Machinery & Sewing Equipment" ("YIWU TEX 2013") opens today at Yiwu International Expo Centre, Yiwu City, Zhejiang Province, PR China.

The 4-day exhibition (till Nov 22) has attracted 200 knitting and automatic garment machinery exhibitors from 11 countries and regions, which occupies over 15,000 sqm exhibiting area.

YIWU TEX 2013 is expected to receive 12,000 visitors and around 10 delegation groups from local and overseas to visit and source at the exhibition. With the aim of specialization, marketing and brand building, the exhibition strives to provide the strongest trading platform for knitting and automatic garment machinery.

With the support from The People's Government of Zhejiang Province as the organizer, YIWU TEX 2013 has a breakthrough on both show scale and influence. Relying on the exhibition's own brand impact and appeal, YIWU TEX 2013 gains the strong support and participation of local and overseas exhibitors in knitting, hosiery, seamless underwear and automatic garment machinery industry. They will display the top-notch knitting technology and product at the show, including:

Apart from the showcase of high-level equipment, YIWU TEX 2013 organizes a series of professional, high-end and effective concurrent activities to present the latest market trends, explore the future development and get the advice on upgrading and transformation, including:

Besides, "Intimate Wear in Style Exhibition Tour 2013" and "Knitting Collections Wardrobe" will bring a visual brilliant feast to all participants.

YIWU TEX 2013 continues to gain industry players' appreciation and recognition, there are around 10 key textile associations confirmed to organize buyer delegations and invite their members to visit, including: Putian Commerce Association, Hangzhou Textile Industry Association, Eastern Silk Market China, Hanning Hosiery Industry Association, Pujiang County Knitting, Printing and Dyeing Industry Association, Sewing Machine Development Club (Ludhiana, India), etc.

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