The second edition of the two-day International Textile Fair-Dubai (ITF) kicked off on Sunday, October 11th at the Dubai World Trade Centre. This season, the International Textile Fair, UAEâ€™s exclusive trade show for fashion and textile, is creating an inviting atmosphere that will inspire both exhibitors and visitors attending the fair.
Ahmed Abdul Salam Kazim, Director of Strategy & Corporate Excellence at Dubai Customs , said that importance of the ITF gains is credited to Dubaiâ€™s global status as a prominent hub for textile and apparel trade in the Middle East, Africa and nearby markets.
A wide range of brands and products that meet all tastes and needs is made available at competitive prices, thanks to a 24/7 network of aviation lines connecting Dubai to the world.
Kazim added that Dubai textile trade in the first half of 2015 hit AED 7.5 billion, with AED 4.8 billion in imports, AED 2.2 billion in re-exports and AED 508 million in exports.
The Director of Client Management at Dubai Customs , Edris Behzad, stated that Dubai Customs strives to enhance ties with textile traders. The International Textile Fair- Dubai is the place to be, as it attracts 200 exhibitors, mainly from Europe, India, Japan, Korea, Turkey and various traders from the local market.
The ITF includes a stand to introduce both exhibitors and visitors to the services offered by Dubai Customs to various business sectors and the regular sector-specific initiatives it tailors, Behzad added.
After the huge success of its maiden edition, the International Textile Fair (ITF) has returned to Dubai for its second season which is held on 11th & 12th October 2015.
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