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ANEX+SINCE to showcase latest developments in nonwovens
Aug '08
Preparations for next year's ANEX+SINCE 2009 are already well under way.

To be held from 20 – 22 May 2009, in two separate exhibition halls, the INTEX Shanghai and Shanghaimart and covering a total area of 16,000 square meters, ANEX+SINCE 2009 will create a perfect platform for suppliers, manufacturers, new players and other related parties in the global nonwovens industry to grasp opportunities and find customers.

In the wake of global economic integration, the world economy has generally been on the rise for the past few years, with the Asian economic growth being particularly outstanding.

Among the Asian Economies, the growth of China, India and Vietnam have astonished the world, with their GDPs having grown at the rate of 8% every year.

The GDP of China has grown for over 10% in 2007. Hence, we can see that the Asian nonwovens industry is continuing to grow at a high speed.

ANEX'09 + SINCE'09 will showcase the latest developments in nonwoven applications and technological breakthroughs. It will unite leaders from all ranges of manufacturing, machinery and raw material supply with leading industry decision-makers, purchasing and sales professionals and key marketers.

It will be one of the main focus of world's nonwovens industry and promises to be a top level quality event with excellent opportunities for networking and business development.

Bookings for stands at the show are filling up at a fast pace and the standspace at the two levels of INTEX Shanghai have completely filled up. Suppliers are strongly encouraged to ACT FAST now to ensure a prime location at the next hall in Shanghaimart.

ANEX'09 + SINCE'09 is organized by CNTA Science & Technology Co Ltd and CMP Asia Trade Fairs Pte Ltd. Sponsored by Asia Nonwovens Fabrics Association (ANFA) and China Technology Market Association (CTMA) and co-sponsored by European Disposables and Nonwovens Association (EDANA) and Association of The Nonwoven Fabrics Industry (INDA).


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