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Première Vision Yarns begins from Feb 10
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Jan '15
The next edition of the international yarn and fibre show, Première Vision Yarns, which earlier used to be called Expofil, will present latest developments for Fall Winter 2016-17 from February 10-12, 2015.

A large and varied offer in terms of yarns and fibres, targeting wovens and circular knits will be displayed by spinners of wool, silk, cotton, synthetic and artificial fibres; throwster/texturizers; and fibre producers.

As of now, the show presents a stable level of participation, which should finally be slightly higher than February 2014, when there were 39 exhibitors.

All exhibitors are international companies among the most influential in the upstream sector of the industry, and the number is significant for a very concentrated sector.

This season, three new exhibitors are joining or returning to Première Vision Yarns rounding off the depth of the show’s offer with their diversity.

Coming from important countries in terms of creativity and innovation, they portend a dynamic edition rich with proposals.

Two new spinners; Italian Santagostino and the Portuguese Trifiltrofa join the show and Turkish spinner, Canan Tekstil, returns after several editions of absence. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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