The Spring 2022 edition of Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabric, held March 9-11, 2022, will help the global textile and apparel industry recover and advance the fight against climate change. The Spring 2021 edition of the fair welcomed approximately 2,600 exhibitors from 17 countries and territories and more than 80,000 buyers from 57 countries and territories.
According to a recent survey conducted by the International Federation of Textile Manufacturers, the business expectations of the global textile industry for the next six months remain high. Orders received in September 2021 are expected to increase significantly at the global level compared to May and July, and companies are expected to increase further by March 2022. With a bright future outlook for the industry, Intertextile Apparel is an ideal trading platform for exhibitors around the world to meet real buyers. Fair organizer Messe Frankfurt said, that it is considering an order.
“The Intertextile Fair is proud to have been a consistent source of business transactions in the industry for two difficult years, with both Spring and Fall editions successfully held in 2021. Global Intertextile Apparel The resilience apparel textile flagship store is reflected in the strong recovery of the Chinese market and both are making progress in a rapidly changing climate. Both editions of this year will improve the quality of buyers. We have noticed a strong intention to order. We expect this to continue at the 2022 trade fair due to the continued strength of the Chinese economy. ” Wendy Wen, Senior General Manager, Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd, Said.
The Spring 2022 edition of Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabric, held March 9-11, 2022, will help the global textile and apparel industry recover and advance the fight against climate change. The 2021 edition welcomed approximately 2,600 exhibitors from 17 countries and more than 80,000 buyers from 57 countries and territories.
China’s textile industry continues to expand, with production, revenue and profit growth in the first three quarters of 2021. The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology reported that the total profit of Chinese textile companies reached $ 26.8 bn, reaching $ 31.7 per person. Online clothing sales in China increased 15.6 percent year-on-year during this period, but increased 1 cent year-on-year.
“In 2021, we also witnessed a remarkable return for many international exhibitors who recognized the attractive business opportunities awaiting China’s developing market, and more in March 2022. We look forward to welcoming overseas participation and are determined to continue to provide a reliable and effective business platform for the recovering global textile and apparel industry, “Wen continued.
Representative of Italy’s Successori Reda SpA in the premium wool zone of the fair in March 2021. Weili Jiang, General Manager of Reda (Shanghai) Trading Co Ltd. “It is clear that the market is recovering through customer interaction, which builds our confidence. Intertextile has provided us and our customers with a place and platform. Is very effective in displaying our products directly and negotiating potential orders. “
“As a Japanese company, we believe that China is the most promising market for the future. This is the area as many consumers are pursuing comfort as China’s standard of living improves. Wants to introduce Chinese consumers with products that have high potential for development, are comfortable and environmentally friendly. Intertexture gives us good advertising opportunities. Domestic and foreign consumers , Learn about our products and our products through this platform. ” Asahi Kasei Advance (Shanghai) Co Ltd Textile Sales Manager Heiling Mo.
Hong Kong Pavilion, Japan Pavilion, Korea Pavilion, Taiwan Pavilion return to International Hall of Intertextile Apparel, Designed by Accessories Vision, All About Sustainability, Beyond Denim, Digital Printing Zone, Functional Lab, Premium Wool Zone, SalonEurope, Verve for. Domestic exhibitors were assigned according to the end use of the product throughout the hall.
The entire textile supply chain, which coincided with the spring editions of Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles, Yarn Expo Spring, CHIC and PH Value, was under one roof to help buyers find the products they were looking for. Exhibitors and visitors were able to keep up with the latest industry trends through Intertextile Apparel’s trend forums, seminars, panel discussions and product presentations. These topics include design and trends, market information and business strategies, sustainability issues, technologies and solutions.
Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics – Spring Edition 2022 is co-sponsored by Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd. Textile Industry Minor Council, CCPIT; and China Textile Information Center.