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First edition of Texworld Istanbul sees 115 exhibitors
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Nov '14
The ongoing first edition of Texworld Istanbul has witnessed participation of 115 exhibitors from 10 countries.
 
The three-day apparel fabric and accessories fair, which will end on November 6, has seen participation of exhibitors from China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Pakistan, South Korea, Taiwan and Turkey.
 
The exhibitors at Texworld Istanbul are showcasing cotton, embroidery and lace, knitted fabrics, wool and wool blends, silk and silky aspects, functional fabrics, linen, prints, design offices, accessories, fibers and yarns and denim, reflecting the entire market for apparel fabrics and accessories.
 
Exhibitors from Pakistan are showcasing cotton and functional fabrics, whereas the Taiwanese companies are displaying blended fabrics, knitted and functional fabrics for leisurewear and sportswear.
 
Companies from India, South Korea and Indonesia are presenting embroidery and lace, silk and silky aspects. In addition, Turkey, South Korea and Taiwan are also offering products for the knitwear sector. Further, Taiwan, India and Pakistan are displaying fibres and yarns in a separate product group area.
 
“The launch of Texworld Istanbul marks a very exciting point in the development of Messe Frankfurt in Turkey,” explains Detlef Braun, member of the Executive Board of Management of Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH. “In the last ten years, our company has led the path for many Turkish textile professionals to a variety of international markets by offering high-quality fairs all across the globe. Now we are bringing the international fashion fabrics manufacturing base to Turkey.” 
 
Texworld Istanbul is targeting buyers and professional visitors from Turkey and from the surrounding regions, including the Middle East and the Gulf States, Central Asia, Russia, Eastern Europe and North Africa. (RKS)
 

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