Thursday, November 20, 2014

ATF Trade Exhibition

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The 16th international Apparel, Textile and Footwear Trade Exhibition had a slow day one when it opened on 19 November, when the SA Sports Trader team had a peak.
A number of local and international exhibitors showcased at the 16th international Apparel, Textile and Footwear Trade Exhibition. 
The show, held in Hall1 at the CTICC in Cape Town, showcased products and services from more than ten countries, which included African countries such as Zambia, Ethiopia, Madagascar, etc. But, it was dominated by Chinese exhibitors, who made up approximately 54% of the exhibitors list and took up almost half of the exhibition space.
A variety of fashion and lifestyle women-, men- and children’s garments were on display, but very few in the technical sporting and outdoor categories.
Ajit Valjee showed visitors the J.M.V. Textiles knitted fabrics, dyers, finishers and rotary screenprinters. 
J.M.V Textiles, manufacturers of sport apparel fabrics, introduced some of their latest textiles, for example, new jacket fabrics, said Ajit Valjee.

Approximately 12% of the exhibitors were from South Africa and offered imported and locally made products, as well as services such as couriering, and next year’s Source Africa exhibition.
Copies of the latest African Clothing and Textile trade sourcing directory were available at the Source Africa stand.

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