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Representative from Reed Tradex visited Mr. Thavorn Kanokvaleewong, President, Thai Garment Manufacturers Association (TGMA) and members of the association to extend New Year wishes, strengthening the ties of both organizations to support a resilient yet flexible garment and textile industry. Both sides recognized that the implementation of automated technologies coupled with the help of creative decorations can be a key transformation that differentiates a garment and textile product from others. Therefore, the two organizations will continue their efforts in working together to encourage industry professionals to take full advantage of exhibited technologies, networking services and accessories at GFT and GMS 2017.

Taking place from 5 – 8 July 2017, the trade events will feature the latest garment and textile manufacturing technologies and solutions along with materials (such as threads, yarns, buttons, zippers, labels / tags, tapes, laces, ornaments / jewelry and interlining) from exhibitors representing 250 brands, 25 countries. The unique synergy of two shows truly makes it ASEAN’s most comprehensive exhibition for garment and textile manufacturing, drawing attention of prospects and communities.

Experience the latest machinery, accessories and materials to improve your garment and textile business only at GFT and GMS 2017.

The organizer is actively promoting the show at major garment and textile countries with ever more confidence that will, once again, deliver participants the opportunity to network and develop relations with key players around the world. The GFT team has reached out to garment and textile industrialists in many countries including (Picture: top left to bottom right) China Textile Machinery Association (CTMA), Indian Textile Accessories & Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (ITAMMA), Indian Technical Textile Association (ITTA), Japan Embroidery Association (JEA),  Japan Textile Machinery Association (JTMA), Taiwan Association of Machinery Industry (TAMI), Textile Committee of India and Textile Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (TMMA), to invite them to join the upcoming “GFT and GMS 2017.”

GFT will be co-located with Garment Manufacturers Sourcing Expo (GMS), ASEAN’s only exhibition on materials, accessories and equipment for garment and textile manufacturing, which will be co-organize by TGMA. The co-location between two shows will let you experience the latest trends in accessories and materials that add value to finished products, while also meet more potential buyers that could lead you to network expansion in higher scale.

Reserve your space to tap into the rising opportunities of the garment and textile manufacturing industries, at GFT and GMS 2017 where your business success can be multiplied via our marketing channels and promotional media.

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