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'Intl Textile & Garment Machinery Industry' expo from Dec 11
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Dec '08
Following the success of the of VTG2007, for the 8th time, the most anticipated Vietnam International Textile & Garment Machinery Industry Exhibition will once again open it's door for the professional buyers and exhibitors of the industry on Dec, 11 to Dec, 14 2008 at Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

VTG2008 will lead the way in showcasing top of the line technologies and equipments of the current industries. This year, exhibition is jointly organized by Ministry of Trade – Vietnam Trade Fair & Advertising National Company, Paper Communication Exhibition Services and Yorkers Trade & Marketing Service Co., Ltd.

This year, VTG2008 is proudly supported by VSA (Vietnam Spinning Association), TEMSAD(Turkey Textile Machinery Manufacturers and Accessories Association) as well as the strategic partner CTMTC from China for textile sector with Country Pavilion.

Furthermore, in garment sector, CSMA (China Sewing Machinery Association), KOSMIA (Korea Sewing Machinery Industrial Association), TSMA (Taiwan Sewing Machinery Association), ZSMA (Zhejiang Sewing Machine Association) will also lead their members to participate in Vietnam's most anticipated event.

Apart from the industry association endorsements, the event is also sponsored by government agencies from, Ministry of Industry & Trade, Ministry of Planning & Investment, Ministry of Science & Technology, The Vietnam Mechanical Association, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association (VITAS), and Association of Garment – Textile – Embroidery – Knitting in Ho Chi Minh City (AGTEK) etc.

The Grand Opening of SECC - Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center:
VTG2008 will be hosted in the new exhibition center - Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center. SECC is Vietnam's newest international standard facility that is capable of satisfying the requirement of national and international conventions. Visitors and exhibitors of VTG2008 will experience firsthand, the most modern, and technical exhibition ground which will unquestionably, achieve a fruitful outcome.

Diverse index of Textile & Garments products and machineries:
VTG2008 is the largest event of its kind in Vietnam, it is comprised a wide variety from machinery to accessories. All visitors are guaranteed a comprehensive offers, and show casing from all sectors including; Textile Machinery from Spinning, Weaving, Knitting, Embroidery, Dyeing, Screen Printing to Finishing; Garment Machinery from Cutting, Laying, Sewing, Sealing, Laundry Ironing and Finishing Equipments, Fibers, Filaments, Yarn, Fabrics, and Accessories.

Exhibitors from 22 Countries:
Hundreds of leading suppliers around the globe will gather in this mega 4 days event; more than 520 booths, and 242 companies from 22 countries (Austria, China, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Swiss, Taiwan, Turkey, UK, USA, Vietnam …) will be highlighting their latest machineries and products. 4 outstanding pavilions led by China, Korea, Turkey, and Taiwan.


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