One of the most important annual events in the Asian yarn and fibre industry, Yarn Expo Autumn is set to return this week from 11th â€“ 13th October 2016, with a record number of exhibitors and exhibition space.
â€œFollowing on from the strong business sentiment about the yarn and fibre industry at the spring fair in March, we are just as optimistic for this edition as well given the exhibitor number has risen once again to a new record for the fair,â€ Ms Wendy Wen, Senior General Manager, Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd, said.
That exhibitor number rises from 258 in 2015 to over 270 this year, and in order to accommodate the increase in participants from 12 countries and regions â€“ including Mainland China, Hong Kong, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Korea, Pakistan, Singapore, Thailand, the US, Uzbekistan and Vietnam â€“ the exhibition area has expanded by 35% to 11,500 sqm.
Yarn Expo has long been renowned for its product diversity, with a wide range of exhibitors from both established yarn and fibre producing countries as well as emerging producers. Among these are the India Pavilion and Pakistan Zone, with the former consisting of over 50 companies and the latter more than 20 exhibitors showcasing competitively priced, high quality cotton yarns.
One up-and-coming country is Uzbekistan, whose exhibitors have proved popular in recent editions and are bringing their cotton yarns to the Chinese market this edition. Apart from cotton yarns, there also exists a strong demand for synthetic yarn and fibre products in China that overseas suppliers from Indonesia, Korea, Taiwan and Thailand are looking to take advantage of.
The Birla Pavilion will also make its debut in Yarn Expo in which fourteen well known manufacturers specialising in Birla Modal, Birla Spunshades and Birla Viscose fibres will showcase their latest collections at the show.
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