Yarn Expo to show sustainable products from global textile suppliers

Yarn Expo Spring will show sustainable, natural and regenerated products from international and domestic textile suppliers, paving the way for an eco-friendly industry. The fair will be held from March 17-19, 2021, in Shanghai, China. Suppliers from Asian and European countries display their collection of natural and blended yarns and fibres at the show.

Some of international suppliers of organic and regenerated cotton exhibiting at the fair include Hengbang Textile from Vietnam, displaying recycled cotton yarn for socks, mops, gloves, knitting fabric, denim, weaving, cotton ropes, blankets, pet supplies and more; and Xiamen Naseem Trade from Pakistan showcasing organic / BCI yarn, 100 per cent cotton single and double yarn, counts from 5 – 60s carded and combed knitting and weaving, Messe Frankfurt said in a press release.

With the increasing demand for sustainability worldwide, Chinese suppliers continue to offer more eco-friendly textile products. Some domestic exhibitors of naturally produced hemp products include Nantong Jinmiao Textile, Anhui Tengjia Flax Textile, Jiang Su Yuan Tian, Zhengzhou No 4 Cotton Textile and others. In addition, Tongling Worldsun Linen & Ramie Textile and Tongxiang Top Textile are among domestic exhibitors that will showcase flax and ramie fibres, according to Messe Frankfurt.

In addition to the physical fair and in response to the current ‘new normal’ brought about by the pandemic, Yarn Expo’s exhibitors will now also be online. With the show’s AI-driven business matching platform, online and onsite buyers can connect with chosen suppliers via emails, instant messaging, and video calls. Hybrid exhibitors can display their products onsite at the dedicated showcase area for buyers to examine in-person. So regardless of location and travel restrictions, exhibitors, and buyers can participate in the show and facilitate much-needed business interactions, Messe Frankfurt said.

Yarn Expo Spring is organised by Messe Frankfurt and the Sub-Council of Textile Industry, CCPIT.

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