The trade fair is organised by Hong Kong based Kenfair Exhibition Limited and managed by Comasia Limited. It is the largest tradeshow in Europe where clothing professionals can meet with Asian factories that offer production of apparel products for men, women and children as well as fabrics and textiles, and trimmings and accessories, and that are ready to meet European customers’ demands for finished garments, contract manufacturing and private label development.
Asia is the world’s number one destination for apparel manufacturing and Asia Apparel Expo connects world-class Asian clothing manufacturers and fabric suppliers, providing low cost, high quality and stable product supply, to European brands, said the organiser in a press release.
The sixth edition of the three-day expo is supported by Export Promotion Bureau of Bangladesh, China Council for the Promotional of International Trade (CCPIT) Shanghai Pudong Sub-Council, CCPIT Jiangsu, CCPIT Zhejiang and Bureau of Commerce of Qingdao of China, and The Indian Silk Export Promotion Council and Federation of Indian Export Organisations of India.
Europe imports about half of the world’s total clothing production and Asia is the major apparel supplier, producing more than 32 per cent of the world’s clothing exports. China is the leading world producer and supplier of clothing and has thrived under a government policy geared towards developing a clothing and textiles industry open to the world.
Asian countries have developed highly competent, competitive and skilled manufacturing bases with continuous improvements in quality, on-time delivery, customer service, ethical and environmentally-friendly employment practices and working conditions. Six Asian countries (China, Indonesia, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and India) account for 80 per cent of Asia’s apparel exports to Europe, Americas and Japan.
Asia Apparel Expo is open to sourcing professionals and brand manufacturers, trading companies, wholesalers, multiple retailers, chain stores, department stores, agents, designers, private label and buying offices. (KD)
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