US: Supply Chain USA key focus at Texprocess Americas
Thanks to growing interest in re-shoring production to the US, the Texprocess Americas trade show will feature its largest ever Supply Chain USA pavilion later this month.
Hosted by SEAMS, the National Association for the US Sewn Products Industry, the pavilion will comprise more than 35 individual company exhibits featuring full package and contract manufacturing services, textiles and fabrics, findings and trim, and a wide range of supplies and other supply chain services.
More than 200 industry professionals are also expected to attend the evening reception.
"We are pleased to see such tremendous growth and interest in both of these events," says SEAMS executive director Sarah Friedman.
"As more and more companies re-shore production and rediscover the many benefits that a local and responsive USA supply chain has to offer, the pavilion has become a one-stop resource and major destination for show attendees."
The second edition of the Texprocess Americas trade show takes place on 13-15 May in Atlanta, Georgia. The event will also feature a full line-up of computer software/information technology, cutting/spreading, embroidery, pressing/finishing and sewing equipment, as well as fabrics.
Once again it is co-located with Techtextil North America, making this the largest technical textile, nonwoven, machinery, sewn products and equipment trade show in the Americas.
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