VTG exhibition attracts over 400 businesses
Wednesday, 2017-11-22 10:30:53
NDO – The 17th Vietnam Int'l Textile & Garment Industry Exhibition 2017 (VTG 2017) officially opened at Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center (SECC) in Ho Chi Minh City on November 22, attracting the participation of over 400 enterprises from 17 countries and territories around the world.
With 450 booths, the event displays products from the garment industry, such as textile and apparel processing machines, accessories, fibers, yarn and fabrics.
The exhibition also introduces many new technology machines, such as four-thread super high speed over-lock sewing machine with auto trimmer from China’s TYPICAL, and high-end computerized industrial sewing machine from HIKARI.
For apparel digital printing, NANTEX will showcase Schenk textile screen printing machine, originally made in Germany. Three top specialists in embroidery operation, BARUDAN, TAJIMA and ZSK, will introduce high-caliber embroidery machines such as single-head embroidery machines and multi-head embroidery machines, which are cost-effective and high-performing models and are ideal for small enterprises as entry-level equipment.
For dyeing machines, Turkish producer Canlar will showcase HT fabric dyeing machine suitable for processing all manner of heavy and light knitted and woven fabrics in tubular or open-width forms.
In addition, NGAI SHING will present machinery and equipment needed for almost all aspects of garment production lines such as cutting room equipment, shirts assisting, auto-sewing and industrial laundry.
Under the framework of the exhibition, a series of seminars will be held to identify challenges and propose solutions for the textile and garment manufacturing chains. Speakers from prestigious associations and featured exhibitors will gather at VTG in order to share advice through topics such as Vietnam’s preparation for free trade agreements (FTA), impacts of the fourth industrial revolution, and overview of Vietnam’s textile and garment industry.
The event runs until November 25.