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Asia Apparel Expo to expand production opportunities

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Jan '19
Courtesy: Asia Apparel Expo
Courtesy: Asia Apparel Expo
The Asia Apparel Expo from February 20 will expand factory network and production opportunities in Asia by connecting with new Asian-based apparel suppliers. The 3-day fair in Berlin will again be the meeting place for apparel sourcing professionals in Europe to select from companies which provide a snapshot of the significant apparel production in Asia.

On show will be a wide range of men’s, women’s and children’s wear, knitwear, fabrics and textiles, fashion accessories, as well as trimmings and garment accessories.

European apparel professionals will get an opportunity to meet with a wide variety of Asian suppliers brought together under one roof, from men's, women's and kidswear clothing manufacturers, fabric and textile suppliers, as well as a wide range of fashion accessories plus garment trimmings.  More than 350 companies from Hong Kong, China, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Taiwan will be at the show.

The expo has now established itself as the major sourcing event in Europe exclusively for Asian suppliers of finished apparel, contract manufacturing and private label development. The exhibition is open to all apparel sourcing professionals, brand manufacturers, trading companies, wholesalers, multiple retailers, chain stores, department stores, agents, designers, private label and buying offices.

This year, the expo is supported by Export Promotion Bureau – Bangladesh, China Council for the Promotional of International Trade (CCPIT) Jiangsu, China, China Council for the Promotional of International Trade (CCPIT) Zhejiang, China and Bureau of Commerce of Qingdao, China. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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