The “ GO TEX SHOW 2013 – International Fair of Textile Products “, which takes place between 23 and 25 October at the International Conference Center Anhembi, in São Paulo (SP), already has 100% of its 347 marketed stands. Among the exhibitors, especially yarn manufacturers, fabrics, accessories and finished products to clothing and home wear, and accessories.
According to organizers, 100% of the fair spaces have already been sold and dozens of companies were on the waiting list. These companies will have to wait to 2014 edition of the show to come to Brazil exhibit their products, as well as Brazilian companies that wish to also attend the event. “Our expectation was to have all the spaces marketed, just did not imagine this to happen missing more than a month for the fair. We already have 347 stands occupied and sales success has made us seek expansion of alternative space for the next edition. We are in the process of alternative research and also for the ‘GO TEX SHOW 2013′ , disclose the expanded show map for 2014, “said Pan Faming, director of Group China Trade Center , one of the promoters of the event .
Of the exhibitors at “GO TEX SHOW”, around 30% already do business with Brazilian companies and other countries in South America. Most of the transactions have taken place between Chinese and Brazilian happen with large groups and large companies. One of the differences of the fair is that it will provide also for small and medium Brazilian companies access to products coming from across the world without the need to invest time and resources for the trip. This will shorten distances, reduce costs, provide access to a range of products and companies. Pata know in situ the options for meeting suppliers in the “GO TEX SHOW”, buyers would need more than a month; during the event, the contacts can be made in just three days.
The “ GO TEX SHOW 2013″ is sponsored by Group China Trade Center with the support of CCCT – China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Textiles and Clothing and CCPIT TEX – China Council for the Promotion of International Trade through the Sub-Council of Textile Industry . The organization of the fair is the FCEM – Trade Shows, Conferences and Project , the promoter company of the largest and most important trade fair of machines and supplies for the textile industry in Brazil.