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Over 100 exhibitors expected to participate in IATF
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Feb '17
Over a 100 exhibitors are expected to showcase their products at the 6th International Apparel and Textile Fair (IATF) that will take place from April 8-10, 2017 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. The event provides exhibitors a platform to showcase their collections to new and established retailers, wholesalers and manufacturers and build brand identity.

The event will open opportunity for buyers, distributors and designers to view a large range of fabric from the most prestigious textile mills all over the world – all under one roof.

Organised by Nihalani Events Management, the 6th IATF is supported by the Istanbul Ready-Made Garment Exporters’ Association (IHKIB), an organisation that aims to enhance the apparel exports of Turkey by having its members participate in trade related activities. In line with this, various exhibitors from Turkey will showcase their products at IATF.

Turkish exhibitors will showcase diverse products including intimate apparels, thermal wear, nightwear, swimwear, sportswear, lingerie, corsets, undergarments and loungewear. A majority of the Turkish exhibitors specialise in homewear and lingerie, thus it is expected to have a huge selection of these during the event.

Some Turkish exhibitors to look forward to during the event are Mendo, Anil, Nurteks, Bondy, Iberya, Shirly, Sevim and many more. The exhibitors will cater to men, women and children's apparel and textile needs, said the organiser in a press release.

Exhibitors from the Asian region including China, India, Korea, Japan, and Pakistan will also participate in the event. A number of exhibitors are coming from the Middle East, Europe, Africa and the US.

Print studio collections, machineries, home textiles and accessories and trims will also be showcased at the IATF. (KD)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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