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February 4, 2016

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15th Textile Asia next month

KARACHI: Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association (Prgmea) on Wednesday announced to hold 15th Textile Asia 2016 International Textile and Garment Machinery Trade Fair incorporating clothing, fFabric and Textile Asia in Karachi.

Shaikh Mohammad Shafiq, chairman of Prgmea, announced the schedule for the fair, which would be organised in collaboration with the Ecommerce Gateway (Pvt) Ltd.

The three-day trade fair will be held from March 9-11, 2016 and has been termed as the country’s biggest B2B fair on textile, garment, embroidery, digital printing machinery and chemical and allied services. 

The trade fair will provide an effective podium for joint ventures / collaborations to the textile SMEs and provide a platform to its international participants to meet respective Pakistani business personals to make future business leads in Pakistan, a statement said. 

The exhibition will focus on buying and selling potential of textile and garment industry and poised to introduce overseas suppliers of textile and garment materials, accessories and parts and machinery to the textile industry of Pakistan.

“This will complement their efforts for high quality, value added products and assist them to further develop their business in the export markets,” the statement said.

The trade fair will have more than 550 international brands displaying their products in over 700 booths and over 500 foreign delegates mainly from Austria, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, India, Italy, Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, UK, US etc likely to attend the event.

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