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Texperts to strengthen business in Myanmar
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May '16
Courtesy: Texperts
Courtesy: Texperts
In order to strengthen its business in Myanmar, Texperts, an international textile sourcing, marketing and garment buying house, will be participating in the Myanmar International Textile & Garment Industry Exhibition next month.

The company's participation in the expo, to be held from June 24-27, shows that Texperts sees market potential in Myanmar for its wide range of products.

Texperts, which is participating for the first time in this exhibition, will present its comprehensive expertise and longstanding experience as a reliable sourcing partner and business promoter at booth 155 during the four-day event.

The tradeshow spread across 4,000 square metres will see participation of 110 exhibitors from 14 countries, and is expected to attract over 9,000 attendees.

“The demands and trends change on a regular basis and one needs to be quick in providing solutions. We are pleased to participate in the exhibition as it provides us the platform to discuss our ability to support companies achieve excellence through a combination of our expertise and services, and thus help them meet the purpose of profitability by introducing new fibres, yarns, fabrics, garments and applications,” says Kumarjit Dasgupta, director, Texperts India.

“Myanmar currently represents a tremendous opportunity for garment and apparel buyers worldwide. We are confident that our participation in the tradeshow underlines the value we place on this important market and that our participation presents our company as a professional and reliable sourcing team,” he adds. (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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