World’s second-biggest apparel export destination Vietnam will host four textile, garment and footwear exhibitions at a single venue in November 2018.
All the upcoming exhibitions will be held in Ho Chi Minh City, a high-octane city of commerce and culture in Vietnam, from November 21-24 at Sài Gòn Exhibition and Convention Centre.
The key one will be the 18th edition of Vietnam International Textile and Garment Industry Exhibition (VTG) which is expected to have more than 400 exhibitors. The list will include top companies from Mainland China, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Portugal, Taiwan, Turkey, and Vietnam itself.
Alongside, Vietnam International Textile and Apparel Accessories Exhibition will be held. At the fair, China Textile Machinery Association, Hong Kong Apparel Machinery Association, Korea Textile Centre, Chamber of Commerce and Industry Portugal – Việt Nam, Taiwan Textile Federation and Turkish Textile Machinery and Accessories Industrialists Association, will have country-specific pavilions where companies like ZSK, Tajima, Epson, Grafica, Sulfet and many others will showcase new range garment and textile accessories.
Also, latest flat knitting machines will be presented by Beworth and Silk Road while Japanese sewing machines makers such Brother, Hikari, Juki and Yamato will also be there.
An all-new platform, The Vietnam International Footwear Machinery and Material Exhibition will also be held under the same roof to feature innovations in this part of the industry. Footwear, artificial leather, handbag and suitcase machinery, CAD/ CAM system, footwear materials, knitting shoe machinery, and components will be showcased here. Brands like Nike, Adidas, The North Face, Timberland and Columbia are notably the key buyers of Vietnam’s footwear produce.
Last but not the least, 8th edition of Asia International Dye Industry, Pigments and Textile Chemicals Exhibition will be held in HCMC, where exhibitors will portray a colourful display of what chemicals and dyes are trending in the industry and what the future holds…