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Shanghai to host ITMA + CITME in July
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May '08
CHINA'S largest city and the hub of its vast textile industry is ready to welcome 100,000 visitors to ITMA ASIA + CITME 2008.

From July 27 to 31, Shanghai will host China's biggest-ever textile machinery exhibition, uniting the ITMA and CITME events to provide a ground-breaking display of latest technology.

Shanghai is gearing up to meet the demands of show delegates from China, other Asian countries and the rest of the world, with a comprehensive range of travel and visitor services offered by the event organisers and their business partners.

With top class hotels available for attractive prices – including five-star rooms starting at around US$100 – the city can boast an unrivalled combination of economy and comfort, coupled with the appeal of a popular tourist destination and major commercial centre.

Official travel agent New Shanghai CITS, founded in 1987, is part of China International Travel Service (CITS), and offers specialist flight, hotel and visitor services specifically tailored to ITMA ASIA + CITME 2008 visitors.

Full details can be found on the company's website (www.mice.name), and dedicated staff members Joyce Hwang and Ivy Kang are also available to answer telephone queries about packages on offer.

Additionally, there are accredited travel partners in many countries worldwide to enable visitors to discuss their plans locally, including: Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, Colombia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Iran, Israel, Italy, Lebanon, Malaysia, Myanmar, Mexico, New Zealand, Netherlands, Pakistan, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore Syria, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, UAE and Vietnam.

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CEMATEX, The European Committee of Textile Machinery Manufacturers

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