For the ninth time the International Trade Centre is organizing the participation of companies from Tajikistan at “Textillegprom”, the biggest specialized industry event in the Commonwealth of Independent States, to be held from 29 August to 01 September, 2017 in Moscow.
This year the Tajik delegation will consist of the following companies supported by ITC: “Hima Textile” (Yovon), “Lider” (Khujand), “Nohid” (Istaravshan), “Mehrovar” (Qurghonteppa), “Olim Textile” (Mastchoh), “Ortex” (Khujand), “Rahimov A.A.” (Khujand), “RBT Resandai Tojikiston” (Khujand), and “Vahdat Textile” (Yovon).
Tajikistan companies will exhibit as raw materials including yarn, dyed yarn, raw cotton fabric, fabrics, as ready garment, like clothes for men, women and children, socks, knitwear, ladies’ and gentlemen’ underwear, sportswear, and different uniforms.
Travel to Moscow and participation in the trade fair are funded by the Government of Switzerland within the framework of its Trade Cooperation Program in Tajikistan.
The Federal Trade Fair “Textillegprom” is a unique platform to exhibit and view an entire range of textile industry goods, from raw materials and equipment to finished products. The fair serves as a meeting place for wholesale buyers and industry experts.
The Tajik delegation will visit other salons to meet potential trade partners and see new modern technologies and products.
Tajikistan delegation will be guided by “Business Consulting Group” (Khujand) and “ACT Development Group” (Dushanbe) consultants throughout the fair. Involvement of local partner consulting companies for preparation and participation of Tajikistan textile and clothing companies in national and international trade fairs has enhanced their capacities in different business support areas, such as organizing trade fair participation and marketing.
The International Trade Centre, supported by the Government of Switzerland, aims to increase the export competitiveness of the Tajik textile and clothing sector by supporting sector companies, and relevant trade support institutions from both public and private sectors.