Maroc will be held in Morocco, October 11 to 12, 2018. Around 200 exhibitors will be present representing fast fashion, denim, knitting, tailoring, lingerie, work wear, leather goods, shoes and accessories. The Circular Denim Cluster, a joint project by Hallotex, Textil Santanderina, Vich Industrial and Lenzing, will present actions to ensure sustainability along the complete production chain.
A textile cluster is being planned for Morocco. This is a project for the development of sustainable production. Planned are inter alia a spinning mill that processes recycled fibers and a recycling plant that is expected to recycle over one million kilograms of textile waste per year.
Stable macroeconomic factors and a favorable investment climate make Morocco an interesting and innovative production and sourcing location for the Mediterranean and North Africa. The clothing and textile industry in Morocco accounts for 24 per cent of Morocco’s total exports.
The country is at a favorable geostrategic location at the crossroads of three continents. Fast fashion, denim, knit, technical textiles and knitwear are Morocco’s competence. A striking advantage of Moroccan production is the proximity to Europe and the many years of experience in production for the world’s largest fashion brands and retailers. Moroccan producers can react quickly to new trends, implement and deliver them.