Asia Apparel Expo Comes to Berlin on Feb. 15

Asia Apparel Expo will open its doors in Berlin from Feb. 15-17, 2015, for its fourth edition. As the largest apparel sourcing exhibition in Europe, 220 clothing companies selected for their experience, quality and competence of their production capability will be on show for European clothing companies interested in working with Asian-based apparel manufacturers and suppliers.

Countries and territories represented at ASIA APPAREL EXPO include Mainland China, India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Hong Kong, providing a business opportunity for European sourcing professionals to meet and talk with potential suppliers face to face, compare skills in specific areas of apparel manufacturing and select from a wide range of apparel products, covering men's, women's and children's wear, fabrics and textiles, as well as trimmings and accessories in the convenient location of Messe Berlin.

China represents the largest group of manufacturers, with more than 120 companies, many with existing relationships with European clients. The majority of the exhibitors are located in Fujian, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Shandong and Guangdong provinces, along with the city of Shanghai, all locations which are known internationally as key China's textile and clothing production and sourcing centres for the apparel industry.

With recognized export experience in apparel production, the 26 Hong Kong-based companies will be showing a wide variety of apparel, accessories and trimmings. The EXPORT PROMOTION BUREAU of BANGLADESH is once again supporting the expo with a large contingent of 29 companies, many of which are knitwear specialists. India is well-represented with 24 companies, with 17 new companies joining the expo for the first time. The seven companies from Pakistan will be showing styles for men, women and childrenswear, along with casual, sportswear and denim ranges and knitted pieces.

With such a broad range of Asian-based producers and manufacturers, equipped with the lower cost advantages, skilled work forces, modern factories and experience in exporting to Europe, the organizers of ASIA APPAREL EXPO believe that this upcoming fourth edition will consolidate its role as a event of value and interest to European industry professionals looking to view further supply options in the apparel marketplace. Future plans include the expansion of the expo to include more fabric and textile suppliers as well as an increased number of suppliers from both Asia and Turkey.
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