YiwuTex 2015 sees 9,985 buyers visiting the show
January 05, 2016 - China
YiwuTex 2015 which successfully concluded on December 3, 2015 saw over 160 participating exhibitors, while 9,985 local and international trade
visitors from 25 countries and regions visited the trade show.
“Over 70 industrial associations and enterprise delegations visited and sourced at the exhibition,” a press release from the organiser, Adsale stated.
YiwuTex 2015 had three theme zones, including ‘Knitting & Hosiery Machinery Zone’, ‘Sewing & Automatic Garment Machinery Zone’ and ‘Dyeing & Finishing Machinery Zone’.
Tiziano Sandonini, marketing director at Santoni (Shanghai) Knitting Machinery said, “We have successfully maximised our business prospects, promoted our new technology and also strengthened our brand image.”
“Meanwhile, we noticed the seamless knitting market of Yiwu is becoming quite mature, so we have sufficient confidence in this industry, and we surely won't give up this part of the market,” he added.
Wang Laicheng, president of Wellknit Machinery too said, “Adsale’s exhibitions are always satisfactory and we could enjoy a high-quality service.”
“We are pleased with the visitor flow and overall result of YiwuTex 2015 and are very likely to show more hosiery machines, circular machines and more of our latest technologies in YiwuTex 2016,” Laicheng stated.
As a specialized show focusing on knitting and hosiery, YiwuTex provides a one-stop platform running through knitting and garment industry, and has become an important trade platform for Zhejiang textile
YiwuTex 2015 was widely supported by the textile industry including; China Haining Hosiery Industry Association, Hangzhou Textile Industry Association, Wenzhou Garment Association and many others.
In addition, many top hosiery brands too visited the show including; Langsha Hosiery, Mengna Hosiery, Bonas Hosiery, Naier Hosiery, Danjiya Group, Fenli Hosiery, Zhenhan Hosiery, China Buren Hosiery, etc.
MDS Hemantha Kumara, chairman, Sarasavi Exports remarked, “We are visiting YiwuTex since the last 4-5 years and each time we could find some new technology especially in knitting and hosiery machinery.”
Yu Huiben, deputy general manager of Jason Group said, “The trend
of textile machinery development is to be safer, more eco-friendly and easier for operation, so I hope I find more equipment with high performance and low energy consumption in YiwuTex 2016.”
YiwuTex 2015 also saw concurrent events like ‘Green and Sustainable Textile Technology Forum’, ‘Fashion Trend Forecast Forum’ and ‘Using Internet+ to Realise Textile Transformation and Upgrading’.
Another highlight, according to the organisers was Santoni’s innovative exhibiting concept which divided its booth into four display areas: Design, Product Development, Production and Sales. (AR)