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Iranian textile fair Irantex kicks-off on Nov 17
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The 20th edition of Irantex, a trade fair of textile machinery, textile raw materials and finished products will held from November 17-20, 2014 in Tehran.

Irantex 2014 will see participation of 170 Iranian and 160 foreign exhibitors from Japan, China, India, South Korea, Germany, Turkey, Spain, Italy, Turkey, Netherlands, Russia and Taiwan.

Trade Promotion Organization of Iran & Iran International Exhibitions Company are supporting this show and is being organized by four Iranian textile trade associations.

Organisers of the show say exhibitors from the Indian and Chinese textile industry are debuting at the exhibition for the first time.

On display will be various textile raw materials like – fibres, yarns, dyes and chemicals; home textile products including upholstery, curtain fabrics, bed linens, napkins, table cloth, etc.

Visitors will also be able to see various textile processing machinery and equipment like embroidery machines, sewing machines, cutting machines, etc.

Exhibitors will also be showcasing men’s, women’s and kids apparels and fabrics. Alongside, engineering service providers and consultants are also partaking at the trade show.

Irantex 2014 will host 15 science workshops and two conferences, at which experts from the industry will address delegates.

According to the organisers, the exhibition seeks to introduce latest products from across machinery, textile raw materials, apparels and home textiles to visitors.

The exhibition will also help the Iranian textile industry find new overseas markets and offer foreign overseas firms to find investment opportunities in Iran’s textile industry. (AR)

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