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), will offer free service vans depart from Terminal Tiete and the Brás neighborhood. In Brás, the vans will leave the Square Republic of Korea (between Streets Maria Marcolina and Silva Teles) bound to Anhembi. In Tiete the starting point will be the Office Park Parking (Street Volunteers of the Homeland, 560) bound to Anhembi, as schedules below table.
The organizers are providing the shuttle service to facilitate access of visitors to the fair. “We want our visitors to have convenience to travel to the Anhembi. For this reason, we chose the Brás neighborhood as a starting point for bringing together a significant number of potential visitors / buyers who will visit the fair; the Tiete already a reference for all events held in the north, including for its subway station that facilitates locomotion rationally in a difficult transit city like São Paulo, “says Pan Faming, director of China Trade Group Center , one of the promoters of the event .
The transfer especially for Brás retailers is a counterpart to support the ‘ Go TEX Show 2013′ is receiving the Alobras – Tenants Association of Brás . The district receives daily thousands of buyers from all over Brazil to supply its stores as well as clothing manufacturers and designers to do their research. For this reason, the Brás is considered a barometer for the business sector and was chosen as vans starting point for the fair.
“We are delighted that the Alobras Partners with the ‘ GO TEX SHOW 2013′ . The International Fair of Textile Products is an excellent opportunity for Brás the shopkeepers know the news of fiber segments, yarn, fabric, clothing (fashion and homewear ) and trims, among other innovations. This cultural exchange between Chinese exhibitors and Brazilian traders Brás has everything to succeed and benefit the consumer which will manufactured using the most modern, beautiful and rich fabrics, “says Jean Makdissi Jr., executive director of the Alobras .