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Munich Fabric Start to concentrate on manufacturing

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May '19
Pic: Munich Fabric Start
Pic: Munich Fabric Start
The Munich Fabric Start will reserve a space as the Manufacturing Area at the upcoming trade show scheduled to be held between September 3 and 5. The new Manufacturing Area will enable the internationally established brands at the trade show to get in touch with prime apparel producers, thereby consistently mapping the complete textile value chain.

Around 70 international apparel manufacturers and producers will present their services for various segments including women and men, accessories, corporate, couture and tailored.

“With the new manufacturing concept area, we are focusing on providing a sort of co-working space for company and product presentations. The idea behind this concept is to create an inspiring backdrop, with a contemporary and elevated atmosphere, to facilitate meetings and exchanges. We will surprise exhibitors and visitors with a completely new format,” said Sebastian Klinder, managing director of Munich Fabric Start. (RR)

 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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