Texworld Paris, international offer of fabrics, supplies and accessories through nearly 750 exhibitors from more than 25 countries. There is always a new player in cotton, wool, linen and silk notably from China, India and Korea. An exceptional offer is also expected from the print and jacquard sectors, which contains a lot more exhibitors than usual.
Premiere for this February 2020 edition the creation of a Turkish pavilion of about thirty companies on more than 500sqm2, to focus on the potential of the country's industry, driven by a great knowledge of the habits and customs of the industry of its neighbor Europe. A must for many brands! This Turkish pavilion, organized in collaboration with the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce, will be located in Hall 2 near the Elite and Denim sectors. It will gather an offer composed by 70% of new companies, represented in many sectors: Drapery, Knit, Silky aspects, Prints,
Shirting, Woolen, Embroidery & lace, Functional fabrics without forgetting the Turkish companies outside the pavilion, fifteen of them have joined the sustainable sourcing itinerary, thanks to a certified sustainable offer. Turkey will also be well represented in the ELITE sector, with some fifteen companies, 3 of them are exhibiting on our shows for the very first time.
Return of the Indian group Texprocil, which will present about thirty companies in the Cotton, Silk, Embroidery & Lace, Linen & Hemp, and Drapery & Tailoring sectors - also represented in the sustainable sourcing itinerary! Since its inception in 1954, as an autonomous non-profit organization dedicated to export promotion, the Cotton Textile Export Promotion Council, known as TEXPROCIL, has been the international face of India's cotton industry, facilitating exports around the world. Texprocil has a membership of about 3,000 textile manufacturing and exporting companies, and connects international buyers with appropriate suppliers according to their specific needs.
Talking about South Korea it keeps showcasing a growing number of companies through a pavilion organized by the Korean Textile Centre (KTC) and the Korean Federation of Textile Industries (KOFOTI). It will bring together around fifty companies with a strong focus on research & development, offering extensive ranges in Knit, Jacquard, Embroidery & Lace, Silky Aspects, Cotton, Sportswear & Functional Fabrics, Silk, and Woolen Material.