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250 firms to partake in Baltic Fashion & Textile Vilnius
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Aug '14
More than 250 companies from over 20 countries will partake in the forthcoming 23rd edition of one of the biggest international trade fairs in the Baltic region, Baltic Fashion & Textile Vilnius (formerly known as Baltic Textile + Leather).
 
Slated to take place from October 16 to 18, 2014 in the Lithuanian capital city of Vilnius, the event primarily aims to boost the overall textile industry of the Baltic nations and tap in new international markets for the manufacturers.
 
The trade event serves as a professional linkage for the global apparel and textile community to connect with Baltic brands for sourcing solutions, supply chain management, development and production of niche products, agency services, distribution and retail, and trade opportunities in West and East.
 
The fair will exhibit brands that specialize in men’s, women’s and children’s outerwear, knitwear, innerwear, sportswear, leatherwear, workwear, fur products, uniforms, fashion accessories and online retail sales.
 
Also, labels producing home and interior textiles, fabrics, knitted and non-woven materials, technical textiles, fibres, yarns, textile accessories and dyes, as well as other raw and subsidiary materials will participate in the event. 
 
Additionally, sewing and knitting machinery, subsidiary parts, latest technologies, equipments and transport and custom service providers for textile and apparel products will be showcased at the fair.
 
Conferences and presentations, covering topics related to the textile and leather sectors, catwalk shows, featuring new collections from designers, clothing companies and brands, and B2B trade meeting events will also be held on the sidelines of the three-day fair.
 
Jointly organized by the textile industry associations of Latvia and Lithuania, the Baltic Fashion & Textile is hosted twice a year, alternately in Riga (spring) and in the Lithuanian capital city of Vilnius (autumn).
 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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