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21 Sep 201908:46

Texworld and Apparel Sourcing post a 10% increase in exhibitors

Both trade shows will hold their upcoming edition from 17 to 20 September in Paris, with exhibitors mainly from Asia. This time, Texworld will introduce a new leather-dedicated space.

13 Sep 2018 — 16:30

Texworld and Apparel Sourcing post a 10% increase in exhibitors



Texworld and Apparel Sourcing attract more companies this season. Both Parisian textile fairs, organized by Messe Frankfurt, will reunite 1,850 exhibitors during their upcoming edition, taking place in the Parc du Bourget venue from 17 to 20 September. The number represent a 10% increase compared to the prior edition.


On this occasion, Texworld will expand its offer with the introduction of Leatherworld Paris, a space dedicated to this material that will welcome 33 exhibitors, most of them coming from Asia.


Texworld will be joined by one thousand exhibitors, with China and India as main home countries. Pakistan, Thailand and South Korea will run their own pavilions on the fair, while Indonesia will be represented by eight manufacturers. From Turkey, one of the major sourcing hubs for the textile industry, there will be one hundred groups, the majority offering cotton apparel and knitwear, according to FashionNetwork.


On the other hand, the Apparel Sourcing supply fair will reunite over 800 exhibitors and, for the first time, it will include a space to introduce additional services for visitors, mostly computer and logistics suppliers. Exhibitors come from China, India, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Sri Lanka and Vietnam.  

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