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ABIT brings international buyers to Texbrasil Décor
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Aug '08
Aimed at stimulating the exportation of domestic products, ABIT, through Texbrasil, a program developed in partnership with Apex-Brasil, brought six international buyers to the Texbrasil Décor Fabrics Show, held July 29 thru August 1 as part of For Móbile – International Fair for Wood and Furniture Vendors at Anhembi, in São Paulo.

The Texbrasil Décor Show will gather the latest trends in fabrics, colors and textures especially developed for the furniture and decoration sector in its own space and it will have the participation of more than 20 exhibiters.

Roberto Malo, of Europort, a company from Ecuador, praised the colors, compositions and quality of the fabrics and prints he found.

“I am interested in several products and I am still negotiating with some companies that need to send me samples. After that we can do some good business.

I had already imported some fabrics from Brazil, but after visiting the fair, I opened new doors,” he said.

From Argentina, Jorge Alberto, of Cadac, has already participated in the Fair three times. “Some of the novelties introduced this edition have caught my attention, like the new fabrics, which are on the same level as first world products.

I generally import Brazilian products, and through ABIT, I am always able to update business," he said. For Juan Carlos Martin, of the Colombian Martex, coming to the event can also yield good business. “I made good contacts and I'm already in advanced negotiations with two companies,” he said.

Colombian buyers Juan Antonio Olarte, from Telas e Tonos, Carlos Ceballos, from Ci Textiles Cardeco and Rodrigo Pardo, from Ropatex were also present.

In its third edition, For Móbile, the sector's largest event in Latin America, gathered 650 exhibiters and exceeded the number of projected visitors, 55 thousand people.

The business growth index can reach 15% compared to last year, when it was about US$ 750 million.

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