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AAMA-Tex: Textile & garment machinery fair concludes
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Nov '09
'AAMA-Tex Vietnam 2009', an international apparel, garment machinery and accessories exhibition had been organized recently at the HCM City International Exhibition and Convention Centre in Tan Binh District.

Around 60 exhibitors from 14 different countries including Japan, the US, China, Germany, Italy, Thailand, the UK and Vietnam took part in the exhibition displaying the latest technologies, machinery, equipments and accessories used in garments and textiles production.

AAMA-Tex is an opportunity for the visitors to evaluate innovative solutions to perk up cost efficiency, product quality and delivery commitments, said Project Director of AAMA-Tex Vietnam, Mr. Cheah Wai Hong.

Textile and garment industry of the country remains one of the most important sectors for local exports even during the ongoing economic slowdown, said Mr. Cheah.

Adopting latest technologies and manufacturing solutions should be the points of focus of industry people in order to offer a competitive stand to the sector and to develop the value chain as well, he stated.

Around 2,500 visitors visited the exhibition, which was co-organized by Pico Event Management Pte Ltd and the Viet Nam Advertisement and Fair Exhibition Joint-Stock Company.

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