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BISMA 2008 likely to attract Intl machinery buyers
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Mar '08
The Beijing International Sewing Machinery Show (BISMA) 2008, to be held from March 27 to 29 in the city, will be sponsored by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade.

A large variety of sewing machineries will be displayed at the event of which nearly 80 percent will account for domestic and overseas popular brands.

Moreover 40 percent of the collection showcased will belong to some of the top-grade foreign brands.

Equipments will largely include CAD/CAM, machinery parts, embroidering, carving and other machines.

Besides, the fair will introduce the newest home sewing machines which are expected to attract a large number of buyers.

BISMA has almost always lured a large number of Chinese visitors and this year, it is expecting over 100,000 visitors from all over the world.

Sponsors this time have contacted professional buyers via the database, and at the same time, they have sent relevant information about the potential purchasers to the related manufacturers. This brilliantly planned move is likely to add credibility to the annually held BISMA fair.

It is the best opportunity for ingenious corporations of sewing machinery and accessories with international brand, nationwide brand selling in north of China to display production, build up brand and contact clients.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - China


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