The Sourcing Program will coordinate with U.S. mills to display high quality yarns, knit and woven fabrics at its booth. The booth will also showcase the Cotton LEADS program and the benefits of responsibly-produced fiber.
Colombiatex 2014 will attract key textile sector contacts and offer the opportunity for Colombian and U.S. companies to take advantage of business opportunities available through the FTA.
Representatives from Cotton Incorporated will conduct presentations during the fair about denim trends as well as color, silhouette and texture trends for Fall/Winter 2015.
The COTTON USA Sourcing Program will also hold an event during the second day of the fair to reinforce the relationships with U.S. mills and important representatives of the Andean region textile industry.
Cotton Council International
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