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SEAMS to host pavilion & networking gala at fair
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The National Association for Sewn Products Industry, SEAMS will organise the Supply Chain USA Pavilion, which will house 38 exhibiting companies, and the Supply Chain USA Networking Gala, an evening reception for the fashion and sewn products executives, at Texprocess Americas to be held in Atlanta, USA from May 3-5, 2016, according to a press statement by SEAMS.

The 38 featuring companies of the pavilion will exhibit Made in USA raw materials, manufacturing capabilities, and supplies and professional services for fashion and sewn products industry. The networking gala will be organised at the Omni Atlanta Hotel at the CNN Center.

Commenting on SEAMS organising a pavilion and a networking gala, Sarah Friedman, executive director of the association said, “This edition of Supply Chain USA comes at a time when both sourcing and manufacturing companies are showing great interest in and shopping for domestically-produced goods and services. “

“As we work year-round to help retailers and brands leverage the speed, reliability and other benefits that the USA supply chain offers, we find that few are fully aware of the wealth of competitive services that are locally and conveniently available,” Friedman said.

“The Supply Chain USA Pavilion is a great place to connect with the business partners they need to meet today's consumer and market demands. We also encourage all show-goers to join in the networking event where they can relax after a full day at the show to socialise and strengthen business relationships,” she added. (MCJ)

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