2019 Mexico International Textile Accessories Exhibition

Exhibition Venue Mexico City World Trade Center World Trade Center

Exhibition time March 26-28, 2019 

exhibition criteria:  

Woven fabric: spinning, yarn, cotton, silk, wool, elastic, Tencel, polyester, polyester, acetate, polyester, denim, etc.

Knitted fabric: knitted fabrics such as microfiber and velvet

Other fabrics: artificial suede, artificial leather, grey fabric, embroidery, Raschel, Moffren, etc.

Fiber and yarn: cotton, silk, wool, hemp, spandex, tencel, polyester, polyester, acetate, nylon, polyester, etc.

All kinds of accessories: buttons, zippers, labels, ribbons, snaps, shoulder pads and other accessories

Exhibition overview:

If your product is sold in Mexico or South America, or even want to develop a Mexican or South American market, then this exhibition is very professional. For you, Mexico City International Textile Exhibition is a local textile industry exhibition. The exhibition is held biennially and hosted by the Mexican Exhibition Group and has been successfully held for four sessions. With the support of the international and domestic, the exhibition is getting bigger and bigger, and the reputation is constantly improving. It has now developed into a professional, free, trade fair for the textile and apparel manufacturing industry in the region. The last exhibition area was 15,000 square meters. 200 exhibitors from China, the United States, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Venezuela, Colombia, and other countries participated in the exhibition, attracting audiences from 30 countries and visiting 20,000 visitors. professional and domestic traders 25,000.

As a trade bridge between South and North America, Mexico has a relatively high degree of economic openness and has established trade relations with more than 200 countries and regions in the world. The United States has a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). According to the NAFTA regulations, the United States has lifted quota restrictions on imports of textiles and clothing from Mexico since January 1, 1994, and has granted a series of tariff concessions. At the same time, Mexico's consumer market in South America, with a population of 1.4 billion, is an important way for companies to develop the South American market. Most South American countries such as Brazil, Chile, Peru, Argentina, Colombia and the United States have signed “free trade agreements”, so the market for apparel fabrics and accessories in South America is huge. This exhibition is an important channel for entering the South American market and expanding the US market.

market information:

Mexico is one of the world's major textile and apparel trading countries. The textile and garment industry is its traditional advantageous industry and plays an important role in the Mexican national economy. The Mexican textile and garment industry has a comprehensive range of products, including all kinds of clothing, fabrics, yarns, non-woven fabrics, narrow-width blended fabrics, knitted fabrics, denim fabrics and plain fabrics. In the first half of 2015, Mexico surpassed Bangladesh and became the fifth largest source of imported clothing in the United States. The top four are: China, Vietnam, South Korea, and Malaysia. The United States is an important market for Mexican clothing products. Most of the 94% of pants, shirts, bedding, curtains, etc. produced by Mexican companies are sold to the US market.

As a trade bridge between South and North America, Mexico has a relatively high degree of economic openness and has established trade relations with more than 200 countries and regions in the world. The United States has a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). According to the NAFTA regulations, the United States has lifted quota restrictions on imports of textiles and clothing from Mexico since January 1, 1994, and has granted a series of tariff concessions. At the same time, Mexico's consumer market in South America, with a population of 1.4 billion, is an important way for companies to develop the South American market. Most South American countries such as Brazil, Chile, Peru, Argentina, Colombia and the United States have signed “free trade agreements”, so the market for apparel fabrics and accessories in South America is huge.