Welcome to InterTextile Shanghai 2014


EAS-TEX is going to attend SHANGHAI InterTextile during Oct.20-23. You are warmly welcomed to visit our booth in the fair. We will present a comprehensive series of EAS-TEX fabrics to all the visitors, including the latest fabrics in P/D, Y/D, prints, etc... We believe this will provide an excellent opportunity to give you a more clear vision of the trend and fashion.  DATE: OCT.20-OCT.23 TIME: 9:00AM-17:00PM BOOTH: E3D28 ADDRESS: SHANGHAI NEW INTERNATIONAL EXPO CENTER NO.2345 LONGYANG ROAD, PUDONG, SHANGHAI

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China International Textile Fabrics and Accessories Fair (Autumn and Winter) 2019


Intertextile SHANGHAI apparel fabrics Fair Name: China International Textile Fabrics and Accessories Fair (Autumn and Winter) 2019 Exhibition venue: International Convention and Exhibition Center (Shanghai) Exhibition time: 25-27 September 2019 Pavilion booth: Pavilion 7.2 G116 Booth area: 80.00 square meters (8.00 x 10.00)

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New Products Release Conference of Spring&Summer 2018


New Products Release Conference of Spring&Summer 2018New Products Release Conference of Spring&Summer 2018

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InterTextile Shanghai, Apparel fabrics (2017 Spring Edition)


InterTextile Shanghai, Apparel fabrics (2017 Spring Edition).InterTextile Shanghai, Apparel fabrics (2017 Spring Edition).

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The GM of Eas-Tex has accepted the interview of Fangyou


In Inter Textile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics (2016 Spring Edition, March 16-18), EAS-TEX company limited has received a world-wide attention for its fashion high-end fabric lines. Mr. Lu, the general manager of EAS-TEX Company Limited received a live interview from Gu Man, the reporter from FUZ net, below are the highlights from Mr. Lu’s reply to the interview: Product homogeneity problem of domestic market is now becoming more and more frequent, while as a company of unique concept, EAS-TEX Company Limited holds its own concept of delicate and freedom. It solves the problem of product homogeneity while product expresses its own brand concept. EAS-TEX Company Limited focus on developing its strengths, this is the most important difference that we distinguished from other textile companies. We commit to the development of high end, fashion and newest fabrics. By using the most advanced technology, the weakness of the traditional fabrics has been resolved, meanwhile, delicate surface, comfortable hand feel, attractive pattern, good abrasion resistance and reasonable price brings us more advantages in market competition. EAS-TEX Company Limited is now regarded as one of the most professional apparel fabric supplier in Shanghai and nearby areas. Interview video link address:

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InterTextile Shanghai, Apparel fabrics (2016 Spring Edition)


InterTextile Shanghai, Apparel fabrics (2016 Spring Edition),InterTextile Shanghai, Apparel fabrics (2016 Spring Edition)

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China abandons failed cotton stockpiling programme


By Lucy Hornby in Beijing China is abandoning a stockpiling programme that has seen the nation run up an outsized hoard of cotton that it must now sell at a loss, pledging instead to switch to a subsidy system for cotton farmers this year.  Beijing’s effort to use the state reserves system to maintain cotton plantings and thus a secure supply of raw materials for textile mills has backfired spectacularly. Higher prices meant that cotton flowed to the state reserves – which now by some estimates account for half of world cotton stocks – while denying mills the supply they needed. The No. 1 central document, which typically lays out priorities for the agricultural sector, called for a price subsidy trial for cotton grown in Xinjiang – where it is a major product of the quasi-military Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps – and for soyabeans grown in northeast China, home to most of the nation’s soya grown for human consumption. The absence of any reference to cotton reserves in a policy document that spoke of the continued stockpiling of wheat, rice, corn, rapeseed and sugar points to the quiet abandonment of the cotton hoarding programme. The reserves body earlier indicated that it would not buy more cotton, after purchasing 5.5m tonnes since the beginning of the 2013 harvest. “Without the support policy, acreage in Henan and Shandong provinces will likely drop. But Beijing is not too worried if it does; with so many stocks there is no need to encourage planting,” said one analyst who asked not to be named. China’s total cotton output last year was about 6.3m tonnes, down 7.7 per cent, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Monday. Output from Xinjiang province was unchanged at 3.5m tonnes. In an attempt to stabilise cotton supplies and soothe restive farmers in Xinjiang, in 2011 China set a cotton price floor and started stockpiling the material. But the policy backfired by diverting raw materials from textile mills, which opted in desperation to import cotton yarn. The soya reserves programme, which has had far less of an impact on the market, was set up a few years ago after lobbying by growers in the northeast, home to most of the large mechanised farms in the country. China imports the vast majority of the soya it uses for cooking oil and animal feed, but requires that tofu be produced from the non-GMO soya that is grown at home.  A representative for the Heilongjiang Soybean Industry Association said his group hoped that some sort of improved stockpiling policy would remain in place. Additional reporting by Zhao Tianqi

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2013 Autumn Shanghai intertextile Apparel Fabrics will open from 21st-24th October.You are welcome to visit our booth#D28,Hall#E4.

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