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JASMA registers major textile companies for JIAM 2020

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Jan '19
JASMA registers major textile companies for JIAM 2020
The Japan Sewing Machinery Manufacturers Association (JASMA), has announced that it has been accepting exhibitor applications from major textile machinery manufacturers for the Japan International Apparel Machinery (JIAM) 2020 OSAKA since May 2018. The leading textile machinery exhibition will be held from May 20-23, 2020, at Intex in Osaka, Japan.

The show has set its exhibition theme as ‘the forefront of the future technology and master craftsmanship collaboration’, with many major manufacturers and organisations expressing their intent to participate as exhibitors, according to a press release on the show.

Since exhibitor registration opened in May 2018, the show has received many inquiries from companies and organisations in Japan and overseas. JASMA has actively promoted JIAM 2020 OSAKA to the industry stakeholders at related trade shows held in Japan, as well as at sewing-related trade shows held across Asia in 2018 (including Taiwan, Dongguan, and Korea).

JASMA has also solicited groups in Europe, such as with the VDMA German garment and leather technology association and its members, for participation in JIAM 2020 OSAKA as exhibitors and visitors.

Consequently, companies from Germany and other countries in Europe have also announced their participation at the show’s overseas pavilions. Organisers plan to engage in a wide range of promotional activities to attract exhibitors and potential visitors, in addition to conducting a publicity campaign at industry-related trade shows in Japan.

A press conference for JIAM 2020 OSAKA and the exhibition overview will also take place at DTC 2019 Dongguan, China in March; as well as at Texprocess 2019 Frankfurt, Germany in May, and at CISMA 2019 Shanghai, China in September. The events will provide specific information on topics related to JIAM 2020 OSAKA accordingly. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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