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Yarn Expo Spring 2020 to serve as a springboard for exhibitors and visitors

"The global textile trade in the past year has experienced recorded growth since 2012, and China was among the top three largest exporters and importers of textiles. As a result, suppliers are striving to meet robust demand with innovation and eco-friendly solutions. Yarn Expo Spring will present as an the ideal sourcing platform for the industry by attracting worldwide suppliers with the potential to explore new partnerships and markets in China and globally while offering buyers strong product diversity and updated market information"

 

Yarn Expo Spring 2020 to serve as a springboard for exhibitors and visitorYarn Expo Spring, to be held from March 11 to 13, 2020 at the National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai, will serve as serves as a fast-developing springboard for exhibitors to attract Chinese and international buyers.

As per the World Trade Organisation, the global textile trade in the past year has experienced recorded growth since 2012, and China was among the top three largest exporters and importers of textiles. As a result, suppliers are striving to meet robust demand with innovation and eco-friendly solutions. Yarn Expo Spring will present as an the ideal sourcing platform for the industry by attracting worldwide suppliers with the potential to explore new partnerships and markets in China and globally while offering buyers strong product diversity and updated market information. 

Multiplicity of the leading fair

Eco-friendly solutions and innovations across all product categories will  continue to be a major trend at Yarn Expo Spring 2020, with highlighted domestic zones including natural cotton, quality wool, green linen, chemical fibre and specialty yarn. In particular, the Fancy and Specialty Yarn Zone will feature the Fancy Yarn Vision display area, which was first introduced at Yarn Expo Autumn 2019. Meanwhile, international pavilions and zones showcasing an increasing number of strong suppliers include India Pavilion and the Pakistan Zone.Yarn Expo Spring 2020 to serve as a springboard for exhibitors and visitors

Ravindranathan Narayanasamy, Director of the Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council (TEXPROCIL), organisers of India Pavilion describes the fair as a key place to do business face-to-face in China: “The visitors to Yarn Expo are very professional and match our exhibitors’ expectations. Some large Chinese importers visited our booths, and I’ve noticed this edition there are a lot of new importers who haven’t bought from India before.” He also acknowledges the increase and diversity in visitors: “In addition to the local market, we have seen a lot more overseas buyers, from Korea, Japan, the US, a lot from Europe and some from Russia. We’re really happy with our participation in the fair as this is a global meeting point. This is definitely the best fair in China, and one of the best in the world.”

Yarn Expo Spring and the other four concurrent fairs will bring the whole textile supply chain to one ground to enable their exhibitors and visitors to strengthen business contacts and discover new opportunities in the industry together.

 

 
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