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Yarn Expo brings together fashion professionals for spring buying season
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Feb '09
Beijing brings together fashion professionals for the spring buying season

Yarn Expo has always been the specialised trade event for the upstream fibre and yarn industry. Held on 30 March - 1 April 2009 at the China World Trade Centre, the three-day event will feature new product zones and an informative fringe programme, offering a quick overview of products and the latest market information.

Suppliers from China, Pakistan, Singapore, Taiwan and Turkey will be arranged into new Product Zones to help visitors find what they need with ease, including: Cotton Yarn/Fibre, Wool Yarn/Fibre, Flax or Ramie Yarn/Fibre, Chemical Yarn/Fibre and Fancy Yarn.

Another benefit for visitors is a new Fringe Programme including information industry and product seminars on site. More details about the programme will be announced closer to the fair opening date.

Beijing brings together fashion professionals for the spring buying season
Yarn Expo Spring is a feature of Fashion Week in Beijing when thousands of textile-related suppliers will be exhibiting at three events covering the entire textile supply chain. These events include: Yarn Expo Spring for textile fibres and yarns, Intertextile Beijing Apparel Fabrics for apparel textiles and the China International Clothing and Accessories Fair (CHIC) for garments.

The shows will together present the Spring / Summer 2010 trends as well as thousands of products from China and around the world. Free shuttles will connect the venues.

Yarn Expo is organised by Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd, the Sub-Council of Textile Industry - CCPIT, China Cotton Textile Association, China Wool Textile Association, China Chemical Fibres Association, China Bast & Leaf Fibres Textiles Association, and China Textile Information Centre.

China International Trade Fair for Fibres and Yarns

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