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VTG 2009 to be held in November
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Oct '09
VTG 2009 – 9th Vietnam Int'l Textile & Garment Industry Exhibition is the most specialized yearly event in trade promotion areas in Vietnam – the 10th largest garment exporter in the world.

She'll once again open its door to the domestic as well as int'l audiences from November 5th ~ 8th at the SECC – Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center. VTG 2009 will be staged along side with the 9th Vietnam int'l Textile & Apparel Accessories Industry Exhibition. The two related events will provide outstanding opportunities for the industries professionals in the area of textile to garment industry, the show exhibits subjects ranging from spinning, weaving, dyeing, printing to finishing machinery, embroidery to knitting machinery, sewing and cutting machine, iron system, laundry equipment, CAD/CAM and fabrics, apparel accessories.

Join-organized by Ministry of Industry & Trade(MOIT) – Vietnam National Trade Fair & Advertising Joint Stock Company(VINEXAD), Paper Communication Exhibition Services, and Yorkers Trade & Marketing Service Co., Ltd, with support by VITAS - Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association, AGTEK - Association of Garments, Textiles, Embroidery and Knitting, VSA – Vietnam Spinning Association. More than 200 enterprises participation from 18 countries and regions – including Australia, Austria, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, Taiwan, Turkey, Vietnam and USA.

VTG 2009 continues to provide a productive and interactive hub where exhibitors and buyers can concentrate fully on one-stop selling and searching platform for textile and garment industry, and reached another impressive milestone this year with 10% size increased in spite of global economic recession, displaying world class leading brands with the top of the line equipments and technologies as well the most ingenious solutions to became the most representative of its kind of exhibition in the Southeast Asia.

Vietnam is considered as one of the most attractive countries to invest in the recent year, with the government dedicated 8 billion USD to deal with the economic recession to boost the economy, 20 more large scale weaving & dyeing factories are planning to built from 2010~15 to meet regional and int'l standards, the potential rewards for investment are astounding as Vietnam lag behind in term of industrial productions. Suppliers of textile and garment industries are upbeat about the current business prospects and will joining in large numbers. Int'l Associations of CTMTC, ZJMA and CNTIC from China, KOSMIA (Korea), TAMI and TTF from Taiwan, TEMSAD(Turkey), will be bringing their members to take parts in the exhibition, with major industry companies including Shima Seiki, Pailung,Jumberca, Tong Geng, Heinz Walz, Nantex, M&R, TAS, MHM, SWF, Chee Shiang, HIKARI, Ha Long, Kingtex …

Aside from the exhibits demonstrate on the fair ground, a major high light would be the VTG 2009 Fashion Show. The show will showcase the latest fashion from well known companies and specially is thankful for Shima Seiki, Nantex, Heinz Walz, Jumberca and AGTEK to sponsor the live show with two performances daily, every visitors will receive an exciting and in depth perspective on the current and the future trends of the fashion industry.

VTG 2009 welcomes all exhibitors and visitors from the related industries; built with a strong foundation from previous successful events. It is expected to attract more than 12,000 domestic and overseas visitors to attend, shuttle bus is providing by one day earlier request. Don't miss this opportunity – please come and be a part of the most important exhibition in Vietnam.

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