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Yarn Expo to open on September 23

  

As international trade shows are gradually getting back on schedule in China, this year’s Yarn Expo Autumn will also open on September 23. The fair will house over 410 exhibitors from six countries including China, Hong Kong, India, Pakistan, US and Vietnam, in hall 8.2 of National Exhibition and Convention Centre (Shanghai).

Apart from the all-encompassing range of high-quality and innovative yarn and fiber products on offer, a number of themed areas and events will also take place during the fair to reveal the latest developments of different industry sectors, as well as offer valuable knowledge exchange opportunities.

Amongst the 410-plus exhibitors this year are some big-name players, which include: Cotton Council Internationalh 8.2-C56): will promote quality and traceable US cotton using their Cotton USA brand; Texperts India; Orient International (Holding) Co; Nantong Doublegreat Textile Co will showcase the company’s newly developed polylactic acid blended yarn; and Hmei Thread Co Ltd of Yibin Sichuan (8.2-H95): will highlight their dyed viscose spun yarn which uses top quality viscose staple fibre as a raw material, and is spun by a first-class spinning process.

More highlighted exhibitors such as M.ORO Cashmere (8.2-A56), Hi-Tech Fiber Group (8.2-A108) and Sateri (8.2-C58) will also be at the fair and present some of the highest quality cashmere products and regenerated fibre technologies.

This year’s Yarn Expo Autumn has launched a new online business matching service for all pre-registered visitors. This online platform offers access to the exhibitor search platform as well as allows users to meet with their targeted visitors or buyers virtually. In fact, as those who can attend the fair can also use this online service to start their sourcing early and schedule meetings with potential suppliers in advance, it will increase buyers’ sourcing efficiency and boost the exhibitors’ exhibit results.

 
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