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Jakarta ready for INATEX Expo
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Apr '15
The stage is set for most influential event on textile industries in Southeast Asia as Jakarta prepares to host the Inatex-Indo Intertex-Technitex 2015 exhibition from April 23 to 25.
 
The exhibition at Jakarta International Expo (JIEXPO), with theme, “The Only Trade Platform to Meet ASEAN Garment Industry”, will set as an exclusive business platform for domestic and international quality supplier of textile and garment industries, the exhibition project director Paul Kingsen said in a statement.
 
Four hundred and ninety companies from 24 countries are participating in this exhibition spread over 12,000 sq m at the JIEXPO exhibition ground.
 
“This year we launch new chapter under the name of Technitex which is special exhibition performing all vertical aspect of the raw material, products and equipments relating to nonwoven industries. Since Indonesia has a growing nonwovens and technical textile sector, there would be smooth transition for many producers willing to diversify from traditional textile production,” Kingsen said.
 
“Inatex will show all range of material, products and accessories on textile industries. Indo Intertex will show new machinery and technology on textile and garment industries. The exhibition is expected to attract more than 8,000 visitors including local and international business owners and professionals who are constantly exploring option to improve their productivity and to respond promptly to customers’ demands,” Kingsen added.
 
The exhibition backed by the Indonesian ministry of industry, Indonesian Textile Association, Asia Nonwoven Fabrics Association, Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Indonesia Exhibition Companies Association and other strategic partners, will give visitors the opportunity to meet international decision makers, developers and buyers of the entire value-creation chain. (SH)
 

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