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New Trade Show Spotlights Textiles Trim And Sourcing

Fairchild Urban Expositions, Atlanta, recently announced it will be launching the first annual Material World, a trade show to serve as the leading exposition for textiles, trim and sourcing opportunities.The inaugural show is planned for September 19-21, 2000, at the Miami International Merchandise MartandRadisson Centre, Miami.Textile, trim and related product manufacturers approached us about developing a show to fill a void in the marketplace, said Doug Miller, president, Fairchild Urban Expositions. Until now, there has never been a trade event focusing exclusively upon the specialized buying, sourcing and selling opportunities for these core categories. For the most part, these sectors have primarily been served by regional markets or featured within larger expositions. We think that the potential for a targeted show of this nature is tremendous, he added.Material World will feature more than 400 booths, showcasing the latest introductions and innovations from leading textile, trim and related product manufacturers, importers, exporters and mills.Products and categories will include a wide range of fabrics including knit, woven, non-apparel and other specialties; trims; threads; linings and interlinings; closures; software and CAD systems; services such as sourcing, broker and custom service agencies, freight, forwarders, consolidators, carriers, auction, banking, financing, trade associations, education and trend/product development; electronic data interchange (edi); general manufacturing and standard data systems.For more information, call Fairchild Urban Expositions at (770) 952-6444.


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