Indian pavilion at Yarn Expo Autumn
Yarn Expo Autumn will be held from 21 to 23 October this year, at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre. Over 100 exhibitors from 11 countries and regions will take part, with many repeat exhibitors returning again this year. According to the organizer Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd, the exhibitor numbers have already surpassed last year’s figure.
During the exhibition, on offer will be a range of products made with natural and blended yarns including cotton, wool and flax or ramie, as well as regenerated and man-made fibres and yarns, plus a broad range of specialty products including elastic, and fancy and blended yarns.
Participating exhibitors come from countries and regions including China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea, Lithuania, Pakistan, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Thailand and Turkey.
Yarn Expo Autumn is an opportunity for overseas buyers to gain access to some of the leading domestic suppliers in the industry. Two such Chinese companies are Fulida Group Hangzhou Import and Export Co Ltd and China Resources Textiles (Holdings) Co Ltd. They will showcase the different latest fine yarn, cotton textile yarn and nylon yarn products.
Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd says that the exhibition is increasingly recognized, as confirmed by the strong overseas exhibitor presence this year. Two of the world’s main cotton manufacturing countries, India and Pakistan, both has a large involvement this year, with the Indian Pavilion and Pakistan Zone set to be popular attractions for visitors.
Yarn Expo Autumn is organized by Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd; The Sub-Council of Textile Industry, CCPIT; China Cotton Textile Association; China Wool Textile Association; China Chemical Fiber Association; China Bast & Leaf Fibres Textiles Association; and China Textile Information Centre.
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