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'ILF 2009' & 'IGT 2009' to run concurrently from April 30
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Jan '09
The ILF 2009 - Indo Leather & Footwear, the 4th Int'l Exhibition on Leather and Footwear Machinery, Manufacturing Technology, Materials and Services begins from April 30 to May 3, 2009. The expo will feature among many, Leather and Footwear, Semi-finished Leather, Finished Leather, Hides and Skins, Exotic Leather, Synthetic/Natural Materials, Man Made Leather.

Others include Equipment and Tools, Components and Accessories, Process Chemicals and Dyes, Footwear Machinery, Manufacturing Equipment, Tanning Machinery, Technology Cad-cam System, Trade Association, Leather and Footwear Institution/schools, Trade Press, Magazines and Services.

The show is being held in conjunction with IGT 2009 - Indo Garment & Textile, the 2nd Int'l Exhibition on Garments and Textiles Machinery, Manufacturing Technology, Materials and Services. This fair will be represented by textile Machinery, Accessories and Fabrics, Auxiliary Equipments, Accessories for Textiles Machinery, Bleaching and Washing Machinery Chemicals and Dyes.

The exhibit also represents Embroidery Equipments, Cloth Processing Machinery and Accessories Inspecting, Measuring and Folding Machinery Knitting Machinery, Laundry Equipments Looms, Spinning Machinery and Accessories Steaming Machinery, Testing Equipments and Controls, Textile Screen Printing Machinery Weaving Machinery and Accessories Winding Machinery, Yarn Processing Machinery and Accessories

Our continually updated trade visitors' database ensures that visitors are to the targeted segments and level. Our invitations are mailed to Department Store, Wholesalers/Agents, Retailers, Footwear and Garment sourcing departments, and promotional product manufacturers.

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