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Texworld USA to begin from January 18 in New York
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Jan '11
Exhibitors specializing in Findings, Trims, Lace and Embroidery will be featured at Texworld USA which will return to New York City's Javits Convention Center, January 18 – 20, 2011 for its tenth edition.

At the last edition of Texworld USA, 1574 registered attendees chose findings and trims as a primary area of interest at the show. The lace and embroidery category was indicated as a primary area of interest for 1390 attendees in July, 2010. These registration statistics, in addition to multiple personal e-mail requests from buyers have lead to an increased focus on these areas at Texworld USA for the Spring/Summer 2012 show – timed for Spring, prom and bridal fashions.

Featured vendors include:

Arun Trading Company (India)
Arun Trading Company specialize in hand embroidered silk, nylon and polyester fabrics along with trims, motifs, woven scarves, dupioni silks and polyester taffetas. Offering fabrics embellished with crystals, sequins and Lurex, they are a bountiful resource for evening/cocktail, bridal and special occasion pieces.

DC Exports (India)
DC Exports will be showing beaded and plain fabrics in wide and narrow widths. Areas of expertise include stones, hand sewn onto tulle and trim embroidery on tulle/silk fabrics. Their versatility is proven by their capacity for lace appliqué on net fabrics and bead look digital printing on silks

Enkay Exports (India) Ltd. (India)
Enkay Exports address garment and accessories, often working with customers to produce bags, clutches, belts, jewelry, hair accessories, etc. Garment applications includes: motifs, patches, panels, necklines, brooches, etc.

Fung Ming Ribbon Industrial Ltd. (Hong Kong)
Fung Ming Ribbon mainly produces satin, grosgrain, Petersham, herringbone and taffeta ribbons of polyester, nylon, rayon, cotton and pure silk. The Hong Kong based firm recently opened a new yarn dyeing facility to enable production of yarn dyed items in many color combinations. They carry stock and welcome custom orders.

Gafa, Inc. (USA)
Gafa Inc. offers a range of beaded trimmings, fringes, appliqués and buttons for bridal, special occasion, cocktail and party dresses. They're customer service includes custom designs on buyer's fabric. Other specialties include bullion work badges, trimmings and buttons, artificial flowers, wooden bead trimmings, carnival dresses, embellished lingerie, beaded and sequined stretch lace and jersey tops and dresses. Raw-materials in stock include: sequins, glass beads, acrylic stones and rhinestones, pendants and trimmings of rhinestones.

KSDY International Co., Ltd. (Hong Kong)
KSDY is currently promoting their Eco-Friendly embroidery thread and fabric, which is colored without the use of water, resulting in a savings of millions on tons of water every year. Also, no coal is used to fuel production, significantly reducing the impact on the environment.


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