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Textile industry to showcase latest achievements at QITMF

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May '10
The 11th China (Qingdao) International Textile Machinery Fair (QITMF 2010) will be held in Qingdao International Convention Center, Shandong on 15 - 17 September 2010.

Riding on the success of the past ten years, the Fair is rooted in Shandong with influences spanning over Northern China and even the entire country. As a professional platform for communication within textile industry, the Fair was founded in 2000 and is an ideal choice to showcase the innovative textile machinery to buyers. This exhibition is bound to record greater achievements to attract the textile industry in Northern China.

The unique geographic advantages supporting tremendous market potentials
As China's key base for textile and apparel production, the production scale of textile products in Shandong ranked third in the Country, with 2 million people engaged in the industry - about a quarter of the province's total workforce. The output amount of yarn, cloth and home textile of Shandong also ranked first in the country. From the first three quarters of 2009, the province's export amount was up to 11.73 billion U.S. dollars, equivalent to a 15% increase over last year.

The Fair is stationed in Qingdao - Olympic Sailing Capital of the country, the city of business and trade. Led by the three biggest international textile trading corporations namely Cherry Group Co., Ltd., Qingdao Textiles Group and Qingdao Yijia International Trade Group Co., Ltd., and 78 private owned import and export textile enterprises, Qingdao has become a wonderful showcase of the strongest economic growth in the Province.

Diversified theme zones attracting both international and domestic buyers
QITMF 2009 was divided into five theme zones, including Knitting Machinery Zone, Dye & Finishing Machinery Zone, Spinning Machinery Zone, Weaving Machinery & Label Making Machinery Zone, and Printing Machinery Zone. The division of zones brought convenience to buyers in their procurement of machinery.

The Fair was supported by leaders in the textile industry with enthusiastic response. More than 110 famous exhibitors from PR China, Japan and Taiwan Province etc, participated in QITMF 2009, including Nan Shing Machinery Ltd., Jakob Mueller Machinery (China) Co., Ltd., Willknit Machinery Co., Ltd., Tit Fai Engineering Co., Ltd., Shanghai Shengyong Textile Machinery Co. Ltd., Taizhou City Xingwei Textile Machinery Co., Ltd., Zhongda Optical Instruments Co.,Ltd., Zhejiang Jinheng Numerical Control Science & Technology Co., Ltd. etc.

The Fair attracted more than 4,000 professional buyers from China, Bangladesh, Belgium, Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan province etc in 2009. As a professional platform for trading and information exchange, the Fair has successfully created business opportunities for the industry.


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