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Indonesian exhibitor numbers double at Texworld Paris
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Apr '15
This year’s Texworld Paris will see exhibitor numbers from Indonesia more than double from that seen in the September 2013 edition, which also saw the launch of the Indonesian Pavilion.

According to a press release from Messe Frankfurt, inaugurated in September 2013, the Indonesian pavilion will host 13 businesses this time, compared to only six companies at its launch.

The pavilion is managed jointly by the Directorate General of National Export Development (DGNED), Indonesian Ministry of Trade, the Indonesian Embassy and the Indonesian Trade Promotion Center.

“The pavilion highlights the dynamism of the country’s textile industry and the desire of the weavers and Indonesian government to strengthen their presence in the European market,” Messe Frankfurt said.

Indonesia is striving to become a major player in the textile industry with its exports totaling $13.3 billion in 2014, up 5.5 per cent from $12.6 billion in 2013.

Indonesian businesses enjoy recognition for the quality of their highly-specialised range of innovative lace, polyesters, man-made fibres such as viscose, which are also highly price competitive.

Four companies Frans Putratex, Natatex Prima, Excellence and Sinar Continental will debut at Texworld, while Adetex, Daliatex Kusuma, Kewarlam, Hakatex, Intermoda, Gistex, Mayer Indah and Sinar Para return again.

Five months away from the start of the winter event, a large number of applications from potential participants has been received compared to previous years.

These originate from every country with an established textile industry, such as China, India, Pakistan and Turkey, all hoping to expand their market by exporting and confronting increasing competition.

Their offers to European markets are of very high quality, great creativity and some of a very high order, which is evident in their offers, for both women and men.

“We are delighted with and encouraged by the exhibitors’ commitment to bringing the best at Texworld,” Michael Scherpe, CEO of Messe Frankfurt France said.

“By attending Texworld, their investment will reap returns and the demands from brands and designers will encourage more and more of them to develop products jointly with exhibitors,” Scherpe added.

The trade fair selection committee is giving quality priority over quantity to reinforce the move upmarket.

Almost 890 exhibitors are expected from countries which are cornerstones of the world textile industry like China, South Korea, India, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Turkey, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Egypt and Italy.

All of these exhibitors will showcase innovations and their new collections for autumn/winter 2016/17. (AR)

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