The exhibition to introduce
China Clothing Textile Accessories Expo and the International Sourcing Expo and the Footwear & Leather Show were held in the same place at the same time.The exhibition has been held in Australia since 2001, and it has been successfully held for 16 times.Especially since 2006, the TCF exhibition in Melbourne, Australia, has been suspended, which makes "China textile and apparel exhibition" become the only influential textile and apparel exhibition in Australia.
The organizer of the exhibition is China textile import and export chamber of commerce, which is affiliated to the ministry of commerce and established on October 18, 1988.It has more than 12,000 member enterprises, covering 34 provinces, cities, autonomous regions and municipalities directly under the central government, engaged in the production, import and export of various textile fibers, yarns, fabrics, garments, household textiles, industrial textiles and accessories.The Sydney international convention centre is located in darling harbour, near Cockle Bay and Tumbalong Park.Opened in 2016, it is the first and largest fully integrated conference center in Australia, combining the conference hall, pavilion and entertainment center.As a multi-functional event venue, the Sydney international convention centre has more than 70 conference rooms, three theatres and two formal banquet halls with a total exhibition area of 35,000 square meters.The 2019 international China textile and apparel exhibition in Sydney, Australia is sure to be a great event for the Australian textile industry.
Yingtuo exhibition invites you to participate in this exhibition, looking forward to working with you to explore the market and harvest unlimited business opportunities!For more information, please visit www.showguide.cn, the designated exhibition platform of the foreign trade bureau
Australia is a highly developed capitalist country with Canberra as its capital.Australia is the leading economy in Oceania, with an annual per capita GDP of about 68,000 Australian dollars, ranking the sixth in the world.As the most developed country in the southern hemisphere, the 12th largest economy in the world and the fourth largest exporter of agricultural products in the world, it is also the largest exporter of various minerals in the world, so it is called "the country sitting on the harvesters".Meanwhile, Australia is also the country with the largest number of sheep and wool export in the world, which is also known as "the country on the back of sheep".The production and export of Australian agricultural and animal products plays an important role in the national economy and is the world's largest exporter of wool and beef.
According to statistics from the Australian bureau of statistics, in the first six months of 2017, the import and export of Australian goods reached us $213.28 billion, an increase of 20.8% over the same period last year (hereinafter the same).Among them, exports reached 112.71 billion us dollars, up 31.2%;Imports totaled us $100.57 billion, up 10.9%.The trade surplus was $12.14 billion, compared with a deficit a year earlier.In June, Australia's imports and exports of goods increased 17.5% to $36.96 billion.Among them, exports reached 19.41 billion us dollars, up 28.5%;Imports totaled 17.56 billion us dollars, up 7.3%.The trade surplus was $1.85 billion, compared with a deficit a year earlier.As of June, China remained Australia's largest trading partner, while maintaining its position as Australia's largest export market and largest source of imports.
Exhibition area: 7,500 square meters
Number of exhibitors: 363 exhibitors, mainly from jiangsu, zhejiang, fujian, shandong, guangdong and other textile and garment export provinces and cities
1. Clothing: men's suit, women's wear, children's wear, sportswear, casual wear, jeans, sweater, shirt, beach/swimsuit, underwear, pajamas, sweater, work clothes/uniform, down jacket, outdoor clothing;
2. Home textiles: towels, quilts, pillows, sheets, home decoration, blankets, curtains, tablecloths, kitchen textiles;
3. Fabrics: knitted, woven, silk, wool, hemp, environmental protection materials;
4. Clothing and accessories: tie, scarf, gloves, socks, hat, yarn, buckle, button, lace, shoe buckle, decorative beads, sewing and filling;
5. Footwear: fashion shoes, leather shoes, sandals, boots, slippers, injection molding shoes, sports shoes, children's shoes;
6. Leather: leather coats and belts;
7. Luggage: travel case, backpack, wallet.