The International Trade Centre was one of two general sponsors of the 7th International trade fair “Interlegprom-2013”. According to the preliminary calculations, more than 15,000 people visited the fair.
The 7th international fair of the light and textile industries “Interlegprom-2013” was conducted in Dushanbe from June 6th to June 8th, 2013. The event was organized by the Chamber of Commerce and Trade of Tajikistan under official support of the Government of Tajikistan.
The exhibition featured a wide variety of products: fabrics, carpets and rugs, shoes, clothes, lingerie, hosiery, children’s goods, hats, home and technical textiles, equipment, accessories, yarn, raw materials, handicraft products, products of the construction industry, furniture, electrical and household appliances, refrigerators, agricultural machinery, detergents, perfumes, jewelry, and consumer goods. It aimed to support the sustainable growth and export diversification of small and medium enterprises in Tajikistan through increasing competitiveness of the textile and garment industry, as well as improving the product quality management infrastructure in the country.
– “During seven years of its existence “InterLegProm” fair has established itself as one of the most significant and large scale business events in the textile and light industry, reflecting the situation in the domestic and foreign consumer market” – said Larisa Kislyakova, Deputy Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce and Trade of Tajikistan, at the opening ceremony. She said the fair deserves its unique status based on the scale and significance of the event. Every year, this event brings together businesses not only from large regions of Tajikistan, but also from the countries abroad, both near and far
“InterLegProm has become an image event for many domestic and foreign enterprises of the sector, and demonstrates the level of development of enterprises, their success in the market, as well as their competitive advantage,” – said Deputy Minister of Energy and Industry of Tajikistan Khairullo Mahmadulloyev.
Iran was represented by the largest group of companies with55. Tajikistan was represented by “Nassojjii Tojik,” “Nafisa,” “Umed,” “Suman,” “Atlasi Khujand,” “Spitamen Textiles,” “Nohid,” “Qolinhoi Qairoqqum,” who introduced textile products, traditional souvenirs and clothing, carpets, hosiery, knitwear, yarn, etc. There are 25 cotton fibers processing companies in Tajikistan with total production capacity of about 75,300 tons per year.
Reprinted with changes and cuts from the official website of the Tajik Chamber of Commerce and Trade