Mauritian delegation to explore clothing and fashion sector of Denmark

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2016-04-05 14:00:00 – Port Louis

A delegation of leading Mauritian manufacturers including the textile and clothing sector will visit Herning and Copenhagen in Denmark to attend a series of buyers’ and sellers’ meetings to be held on 12 and 13 May. As Mauritius was a competitive supplier into the knitwear, denim and fashion markets internationally. This is a sector that the Mauritian delegation is particularly interested to explore in Denmark.

The buyer-seller meet is facilitated by trade agency, Enterprise Mauritius and Copernicus International Consulting Ltd. In support of the event there is a dedicated website which provides more details and the ability to request meetings with the companies from Mauritius.

There are in fact 9 companies participating in the events, offering a rare chance to meet one-to-one and establish contact with multiple businesses in a relatively short space of time. Following which a number of buyers may be invited to see the production facilities in Mauritius, all courtesy of Enterprise Mauritius.

It is highly recommended that stakeholders or interested parties within the clothing, apparel and fashion industry take this one-off opportunity to meet with the delegation and see for themselves exactly what Mauritius has to offer.

Enterprise Mauritius CEO, Arvind Radhakrishna said that the trade mission will build on their existing strong relations with Scandinavian companies, and those in Denmark in particular.

Bilateral trade between Mauritius and Scandinavia has increased 254% in respect of exports from Mauritius and more than doubled in value of imports to Mauritius from Scandinavia in the same period.

The delegation includes companies across the textiles and clothing sectors. From jeans to T-shirts, menswear, ladies wear and children’s wear, quality mass produced knitwear to fine knits including Cashmere and Merino, the participants manufacture ethically for global brands (Laura Ashley, Hugo Boss, Top Shop, Saks 5th Avenue, Primark, Matalan, Harrods and more), offering production runs of as few as 120 pieces to as many as 20,000, from modern, ethical factories certified to Global Standards.

This is also a great opportunity for Danish companies and industry stakeholders to sit down with business owners and key staff and gain insights into new ideas, improvements and innovations.

It is well known that Mauritius offers quality, flexibility and reliability, competitive prices and short lead times, compliance to International Norms and Standards, capability to adapt to new designs and state-of-the-Art Technology.

The main exports from Mauritius to Denmark include t-shirts, knitwear, shirts and accessories, jewellery leather products and canned tuna.

Enterprise Mauritius (EM) is the Apex Trade Promotion Organisation of the Republic of Mauritius which collaborative partnership between industry and government. Every year, Enterprise Mauritius coordinates the participation of businesses in various local and international events such as Trade Fairs, Buyers Sellers Meetings, B2Bs (Business to Business), Contact Promotion Programmes, and conferences.

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