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Events / Highlights / 24 July, 2017

One of the highlights of the next edition of Première Vision Paris will be the development of a transverse manufacturing offer. At the Parc des Expositions in Paris Nord Villepinte, between 19 and 21 September, the Portuguese manufacturing will be represented by 13 companies and Tunisia will be the guest country.

This consolidation of Première Vision’s commitment in manufacturing aims to “meet the needs of changing markets that seek to complement and diversify supply solutions: near-shore, volume and specialized sourcing”, explains the organization in a statement.

The strategy is «to improve the sourcing supply in terms of geographic regions as well as market segments and product specificities».

Alongside with Première Vision Manufacturing, the tradeshow specialized in fashion production, is also reinforcing its production solutions through three initiatives:

Specialized space: The Sourcing Connection

The Asian Pacific Sourcing Show will be part as Première Vision Paris as a new specialized space in Hall 2.

Extended offer to include leather and footwear segment: Bag & Shoe Manufacturing

A new space for footwear and leather goods’ manufacturers to complement exhibitors and manufacturers of technical components in Hall 3.

Fashion area: Bag & Shoe Elements

A fashion area launched last February at the Première Vision Leather Trends gallery, with a 360 ° view of materials and technical components for leather and footwear collections in Hall 3.

Through the various manufacturing spaces and together with the halls that offer specific materials (yarns, fabrics, leather, design, accessories), the Première Vision group «aims to implement an international supply strategy to meet fashion brands that are increasingly global and with multiple products», the organization points out.

The goal is to «help international fashion brands save time in their procurement research» thanks to a qualified and structured offer, a strong fashion/product orientation and a floorspace organized by product and lifestyle segments.

Portuguese manufacturing under the spotlight

Next edition of Première Vision Paris will host for the first time J. Caetano and, for the second time, the proposals of Rorene and Soeiro, who were included in Première Vision Manufacturing’s list of exhibitors last February.

«I think it’s tradeshow that we should continue to invest in», Soeiro’s commercial director Antonieta Barbosa told Portugal Têxtil in the aftermath of February edition.

Returning to Paris will also be the tie specialist Vandoma, who after a busy stand with the presence of French, Belgians and Americans will again land in the French capital with more than 1,000 references in its luggage.

Goucam, who chose the latest edition of Première Vision Manufacturing to present its new image – which granted him a «quite busy» stand, as CEO José Carlos Castanheira emphasised – continues to consider the presence in PV Manufacturing a priority, the same as Calvelex. «We noticed that there are more and more buyers», assessed Marco Araújo last February, the administrator of this apparel manufacturer.

Raith – a company that has been present at the show for more than 15 years – Triwool, Squarcione, Somani, Collove, A.J. Gonçalves and Siena complete the list of national exhibitors at Première Vision Manufacturing.

At each edition, the Portuguese participation in Première Vision Paris has been strengthened. In February, 55 companies were present, distributed in Yarns, Fabrics, Accessories, Leather and Manufacturing.

Tunisia, special guest country                                         

For the first time, Première Vision Paris will organize a “Country Focus” to highlight a country’s manufacturing in an exclusive space.

The Parisian tradeshow has chosen Tunisia to inaugurate the initiative, which will be reissued in all September editions.

The focus in Tunisia wishes to «mobilize, support and promote the rebirth of the Tunisian textile industry», communicated the organization in a statement.

The space design of 100 square meters located in Première Vision Manufacturing hall will be the responsibility of the organisers of Tunis Fashion Week.








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