Web Exclusive | September 2019
4,400 exhibitors at Intertextile Apparel
Doors will open on September 25 in Shanghai, China for Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics, with over 4,400 high-quality exhibitors from 33 countries and regions preparing to meet tens of thousands of potential trade buyers. Keeping its roots in internationality, the fair will feature 11 country & region pavilions and zones to showcase the best of global talent, while VIP buyer delegations have been organised from India, Malaysia, the Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam, to promote more business exchanges on a global scale. The fair will be open from 25 – 27 September at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai).
“As one of the flagship fairs of Messe Frankfurt’s global Texpertise Network, we believe that Intertextile maintains its status as a strong business platform thanks to its internationality,” said Olaf Schmidt, Vice President of Textiles & Textile Technologies at Messe Frankfurt. “The fashion industry thrives on a global exchange of ideas and innovation. After 25 years, we’re proud to have cultivated a diverse range of suppliers, offering all kinds of apparel textile products, which in turn continuously welcomes visitors from all over the world.”
At a glance: the 2019 Autumn Edition
• Over 4,400 exhibitors from 33 countries & regions.
• SalonEurope (hall 5.1): over 140 exhibitors from Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, the UK and more, as well as the Premium Wool Zone and Verve for Design.
• Asian country & region pavilions and zones: hall 4.1 will house India, Taiwan and Pakistan, while hall 5.1 will feature Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Thailand and Turkey.
• Beyond Denim (hall 7.2): over 140 overseas and domestic exhibitors will showcase their denim products and technology, with an A/W 2020-21 display zone featuring in this area.
• Digital Printing Zone (hall 4.1): a major trend in the fashion industry, this zone will offer the latest technology and innovation. A Digital Printing Micro Factory will host onsite demonstrations.