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Texfusion to host 150 international companies this year

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Oct '19
Pic: Texfusion
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The 10th edition of Texfusion is set to host 150 international manufacturers at the Business Design Centre in UK this year. The first trade show completely dedicated to world textile manufacturers in the UK will be held on November 20-21, 2019. Texfusion now includes three new hall completely dedicated to technical fabrics, denim, and garment manufacturers.

Texfusion is the first UK fair of its kind and responds to an increasing demand of international textiles by European fashion brands, retailers, and manufacturers. The products presented are fashion fabrics, apparel accessories, technical textile, denim, and a large garment section. The show attracts around 2000 buyers who travel predominantly from the UK (90 per cent), Central and Northern Europe, Russia, and the Middle East, according to a press release on the show.

Textile Events promotes an eco-friendly culture which aims to reduce the impact of the fashion industry on the global environment. There is increasing attention on the industrial impact on the planet and fashion brands are sourcing for eco-friendly alternatives. More than 60 per cent of the visitors declare to source primarily for sustainable/eco-friendly products. For these reasons, Texfusion will have a trend forum dedicated to sustainability, which will help the visitors in their responsible sourcing.

A large group of Chinese manufacturers will attend Texfusion this November, forming a pavilion of more than 60 fabric and garment manufacturers. The China Pavilion is coordinated by Tenga exhibition which collaborates with Texfusion since 2018. The pavilion includes a large selection of fashion fabrics, garments, and technical collections from the finest Chinese manufacturers.

Responding to initiatives taken in the Sustainable Sourcing Forum in The London Textile Fair earlier this year, Taiwan Textile Federation (TTF) deepens the partnership with Texfusion by joining the show with ten companies that offers a wide library of fabrics that not only delivers on high quality functionality, but also takes the market’s demand for sustainability to heart.

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