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Yarn Expo Spring 2017 sees exhibitor numbers jump 16.5%
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Jan '17
The 2017 spring edition of Yarn Expo Shanghai which takes place in Shanghai will see number of exhibitors jump 16.5 per cent to 360 participants compared to 309 in the prior edition. Floor space at the yarn trade show, which kicks off from March 15, 2017, also soared by 20 per cent to 18,000 sq metres as against 15,000 sq metres in the 2016 edition.

These exhibitors will be displaying various qualities of yarns like natural and blended yarns, wool, flax, regenerated flax, silk, as well as specialty products like elastic and fancy yarns.

Exhibitor numbers will double this year at the Fancy Yarn Zone and host around 40 companies exhibiting their innovative collection of creative fancy yarns.

The show will also see other product zones like Colourful Chemical Fibre Zone, Natural Cotton Zone, Quality Wool Zone and Green Linen Zone. These zones together will host over 210 Chinese exhibitors, who will show a wide range of innovative fibres and yarns, such as nylon, viscose filament and renewable, recycled fibres, etc.

Yarn Expo will be held concurrently at the same venue with four other textile fairs like, Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics, Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles, PH Value and the China International Fashion Fair (CHIC). (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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