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Yarn Expo Spring proves yarn biz gaining popularity
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Apr '08
The specialised trade event Yarn Expo Spring attracted nearly 3,600 visitors from 41 counties and regions 27 - 29 March 2008 at the China World Trade Centre in Beijing.

The show is a focused event catering to the textile fibre and yarn industry and featured nearly 100 suppliers from eight countries and regions.

Exhibitors complimented the flow, internationality and quality of visitors. "I think we've seen more visitors than in the past," said Mr Sandeel Goel, General Manager for Textiles and Yarn for Kaybee, Singapore, a long-term exhibitor at Yarn Expo.

"This is a good place for us. We find Chinese and international customers, and when people come here they can focus on exactly what they want."

First-time exhibitor Haksa Iplik from Turkey featured high-quality recycled yarns that are gaining interest in China. Mr Serdar Sagiroglu, a company board member, said: "Yarn Expo proved to be a good opportunity to move into the China market."

He said visitors came from not just China but Italy, Egypt and elsewhere. "That is a good surprise for me. For our first time here, it's been very successful for us."

Chinese suppliers were pleased with the number of international visitors who attended, said Mr Guo Xisheng, Manager of China Garments, China.

"Our company offers hemp fibres for lingerie and home textile products. Many overseas buyers came to our booth. We are satisfied with the results."

"We joined this fair to promote our speciality fibres - Aramid, a high-temperature and flame resistant material for firefighting and military use," said Mr Lee Pang Zhou, Northern Region Manager of Yantai Spandex, China.

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