Beijing's leading international trade fair for yarns and fibres, the next Yarn Expo Spring, will take place in a more convenient venue.
The China World Trade Centre is close to the new underground system and with many hotels nearby it, occupies a prime location in the heart of Beijing's Central Business District.
Scheduled for 29 - 31 March 2006, Yarn Expo Spring 2006 provides a unique opportunity for fibre and yarn manufacturers to promote their latest products in one of China's fastest growing regions.
Annie Ma, Group Manager of Trade Fairs for Messe Frankfurt, said, "We have launched this show in 2004 due to increasing market demand."
"Domestic and overseas manufacturers and suppliers recognise that China plays a huge role in the global textile industry, so it is imperative to have an event enabling them to promote their products," Annie added.
China has been the world's largest garment producer for a few years now, but last year have been especially productive. This surge is the direct effect of the quota abolition. Clothing exports have soared by 22 percent during the first seven months of 2005. This fast development in garment manufacturing is not only due to the increase in apparel exports but also to the booming consumption of clothing domestically.
According to the China national bureau of Statistics, China's clothing sales rose by an impressive 24 percent in 2005 resulting in a huge demand for textiles, yarns and fibres.