The 11th winter edition of the Dhaka International Yarn and Fabric Show (DIFS) 2017 is set to begin tpmorrow in the capital. The show will cater to the ever growing garments industry of Bangladesh.
The exhibition shall be jointly organized by New York based multinational exhibition organizer CEMS Global and the Sub-Council of Textile Industry (CCPIT-TEX), under leadership of the China Council for Promotion of International Trade.
It added that 180 exhibitors from across various countries will present their products at the event, which includes fabric that is ready-to-use for garments, accessories, industrial use and other applications.
Currently, Bangladesh stands as the worldâ€™s second largest apparel exporter in the WTO rankings and requires to import over 75% fabric (woven) for the garment export demand of over 7,500 Garment and Textile factories/mills of the country.
The DIFS 2017 shall be the latest in a series of Yarn and Fabric exhibitions organised by CEMS Global, in Bangladesh, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Brazil.
The exhibitions of fabric show shall be held over three days and shall remain open to trade and business visitors from 10:30am to 7:30pm on all three days at the International Convention Centre Bashundhara (ICCB).
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