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Around 500 exhibitors at Yarn Expo

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Oct '18
Around 500 exhibitors at Yarn Expo
More than 500 exhibitors from 14 countries and regions will showcase an unrivalled range of yarn and fibre products at Yarn Expo to be held during October 15-17. Seen as the leading first stop of every textile sourcing season, the expo will see a wide variety of visitors throughout the textile supply. The fair will take place alongside ITMA ASIA + CITME.

For those looking for the industry’s latest innovations, Yarn Expo Autumn is the place to be. The reliability of buyer quality has once again attracted big-name industry players – including PT Indo-Rama, Chemtax, Shandong Ruyi, Jiangsu Shenghong and Jilin Chemical Fibre Group – who choose the fair as a platform to debut new products each year. The fair’s product groups have also expanded in recent years, reflecting market needs. The products at display include natural fibres (cotton, wool, silk and flax / ramie), man-made fibres (regenerated and synthetic), specialty fibres, natural and blend yarns (cotton, wool, silk & linen / ramie), man-made and blend yarns (regenerated and synthetic), elastic yarns, fancy yarns and specialty yarns.

Significant new business partnerships in the yarn and fibre industry are expected at the fair, with new international sourcing options this edition. Highlighted big-name newcomers at the fair include Safilin from France, offering premium linen products developed through the brand’s extensive history, and Italy’s Sinterama Asia who will show their range of 1,200 diverse chemical fibres and end uses.

One of the world’s largest single site spinners, Novetex Textiles from Hong Kong, will feature super soft merino in a wide range of colours, along with sustainable options in glen merino and 100 per cent lamb’s wool. Another not-to-be-missed highlight is Parkdale Mills from the US, the world’s leading manufacturer of spun yarns, who will showcase cotton varieties, such as open end fibres, ring spun, air jet and vortex, in different blends.

Another international must-see is the Pakistan Zone, returning to the fair this year with a strong collection of the country’s leading yarn and fibre exhibitors. Highlights include Abtex International who will showcase their new mélange blends and fancy yarns, Fabcot’s cotton yarns and greige fabrics, and International Textile’s 100 per cent MJS yarn and fabrics. Meanwhile, Texstyle will be a worthwhile visit for those in keeping with sustainability trends, as they highlight their recycled and regenerated yarns from cotton, polyester, acrylic and wool.

Joining them are more than 50 exhibitors in the India Pavilion, organised by Texprocil, while domestic exhibitors can be found at the Fancy Yarn Zone, Chemical Fibre Zone, Cotton Yarn Zone and Wool / Linen Zone. Group pavilions at the fair include the Sateri Pavilion and Birla Satellite.

Yarn Expo Autumn is Asia’s leading trade platform for the yarn and fibre industry, with quality suppliers from around the world showcasing natural and blended yarns including cotton, wool, flax, and man-made fibres and yarns, as well as specialty products including elastic, fancy and blended yarns. Last year’s Autumn Edition attracted 493 exhibitors from 13 countries and regions, and 17,185 trade buyers from 84 countries and regions.

The fair is organised by Messe Frankfurt (HK) and the Sub-Council of Textile Industry, CCPIT. (SV)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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