Federal Trade Fair for Apparel & Textile in Moscow
The exhibition is an international large-scale textile and apparel fair hosted by the Russian government, Russian Textile Group and Russian Light Industry Group. The exhibition won the qualification of UFI International Exhibition Federation and Russian Exhibition Union, and only 600 exhibitions worldwide won this award. The exhibition is also the largest international light industry textile fair in Russia, the Commonwealth of Independent States, and Eastern Europe. Its influence and scale are enormous.
The exhibition began in 1993 and is held twice a year in spring and fall. The exhibition hall is located at the All-Russian Exhibition Center in Moscow and occupies up to 10 exhibition halls. Exhibitors expanded from 3,500 in the Autumn Fair 2001 to nearly 8,000 in the Autumn Fair in 2006. The number of exhibitors increased from 35 countries to 50 countries. The industry experts and wholesalers and retailers who came to visit the exhibition reached more than 100,000 person-times. A large number of buyers, wholesalers, traders or retailers came to visit the procurement and sought cooperation.
During the exhibition, various symposiums on light textiles will be held to hold seminars, seminars, exhibitions of various commodities, and new fashion shows. The exhibition has achieved a good reputation in the world. The large volume of the show attracted more Russian and foreign outstanding companies and companies. In the past 14 years, each year, companies from various countries have signed a large number of transactions or agreements. Through participating in this exhibition, enterprises play an important role in expanding into the Eastern European market and occupy a greater share of the international market. At the same time, the exhibition also played an important role in the development of light industry in Russia and promoted exchanges and cooperation between Russian domestic companies and other countries in the world. Through participating in this exhibition, enterprises play an important role in expanding into the Eastern European market and occupy a greater share of the international market.