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Sri Lanka to host Intex 2016 textile fair in November
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Sep '16
Courtesy: Intex South Asia
Courtesy: Intex South Asia
Intex South Asia 2016, South Asia’s only international sourcing show for yarns, apparel fabrics, denim fabrics, clothing accessories, and allied services, will be held from November 16 to 18, 2016, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, at the Sri Lanka exhibition and convention centre. It is a robust platform for untapped South Asian intra-regional trade.

Intex South Asia 2016 is the only international textile sourcing show in South Asia region and the only platform giving in-depth and ground insights to help you penetrate and develop the vast South Asian market.

Understanding the growing importance and potential of the region, Intex South Asia was created to help manufacturers and buyers take advantage of these opportunities. It is the only international sourcing textile show in South Asia region connecting global exhibitors from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, China, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and more to buyers from across the South Asia region and other international markets.

The potential for intra-regional trade is tremendous and is a critical gap that needed to be filled. Intex is the only platform in South Asia promoting intra-regional trade, thus positioning itself as the gateway to South Asian markets.

The specialised zones at Intex like Denim World (showcasing denim yarns, fabrics, accessories and washes); Trends Zone (forecasting latest trends and designs) and Innovation Zone (exhibiting latest innovations in textiles as well as services) provide a focused approach, assisting buyer and exhibitor interaction.

Intex South Asia bridges the gap and converges buyers and suppliers under one networking platform. It is the only fair in South Asia specifically designed to synergise the garmenting needs of international brands with the manufacturing strength of South Asia satisfying both exports and large domestic markets.

Saif Jafferjee, chairman, Sri Lanka Apparel Exporters Association (SLAEA) said, “Intex will surely be an ideal chance for large and small scale companies to gain exposure. Intex will facilitate and strengthen business partnerships and create a positive platform for future business.” (GK)

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