ExpoProducción Textile and Apparel Trade Show in Mexico
A new trade show in Mexico City, Mexico has just been launched by Clarion Events North America (CENA) called ExpoProducción with the intention of spotlighting the apparel of Mexico and Central America. The show will take place on February 6-8, 2013 at the World Trade Center in Mexico City with the support of the Cámara Nacional de la Industria del Vestido and the Mexican industry publication, MexCostura. ExpoProducción will house an assortment of textile products, apparel, technical textiles, and fabrics and will present vital technological information on the supply chain of such products. The event will also serve as an important networking event for individuals from all over the world.
In a press release about the upcoming event, Clarion Events North America’s President, David Aubrain described, “This show will be the only one of its kind in Mexico and will focus on delivering superior value and assistance to the garment and sewn products manufacturing market in this important and growing region,”
The trade show will take place in Mexico City strategically because of the city’s position as a hub of textile and industrial production in Mexico. As demand goes up for local Mexican goods, the whole textile industry and apparel in Mexico is becoming more and more competitive because of the high quality of state of the art goods.
Meetings like this new ExpoProducción trade show in Mexico City have also had a staggering economic impact on the economy of Mexico. In a study called the “Economic Impact of the Meetings Activity in Mexico” the meetings industry in Mexico is documented to contribute around $18.1 billion every year to the country’s GDP. For more information on the economic impact of the meetings industry on Mexico visit the article on mexicotoday.org.