The 12th Milano Unica or Salone Italiano del Tessile 2011 will be held from February 15-17, 2011, at Milan in Italy. This international textile fair has been created through the vast experience, fine quality and tradition of five prestigious Italian exhibitions – Ideabiella, Ideacomo, Moda In, Prato Expo and Shirt Avenue. This tradeshow is held twice annually in February and September. The fair presents the finest quality products from both Italian and European textile manufacturers. If you are also eager to attend this exciting trade fair, then you should hurriedly book business class seats and fly business class to Milan
to participate in Milano Unica.
Acknowledged as the prime international trade fair for fabrics and accessories, the Milano Unica 2011 would prove to be an ideal platform for manufacturers, retailers, traders and designers to interact with each other, discuss the latest market trends, and enter into new business tie-ups. When you buy business class tickets and travel by business class flights to Milan
, you’ll be excited to meet and interact with professionals representing plants, factories and suppliers in spinning, weaving, knitting, printing and dyeing, finishing, chemical fibers, industrial textiles/non-woven fabrics, interior decorations, finished garments, trademarks, textile machinery production, industrial associations, washing/cleaning processing, and accessories manufacturing.
The Milano Unica 2011 will be bringing together a large number of experts from the fashion field under one roof. The international textiles trade fair would be providing a great opportunity to the exhibitors to display the most recent fabrics and accessories to the potential buyers. Do remember to get business tickets and travel by business class airlines
to Milan or else you’ll miss out on this important trade event. When you fly air business class to Milan, you’ll get an opportunity to see the exhibitors displaying their exhibits that includes fiber preparation machines, knitting machines, spinning machines, testing equipment and gage, weaving machines, non-woven and industrial machines, knitted and elastic textile fabrics, wool, chemical blended textile, fabrics, mercerized and reflective fabrics, jeans cloth, fiber liing and lacing, fancy yarn, hemp and cotton yarn, garment yarn, decorative yarn, blended yarn, elastic yarn, and special fiber yarn.
In 2010, the 3-day international textile fair at Milan hosted 472 exhibitors from Italy as well as other foreign countries including China, USA, Hong Kong, Russia, France, The Netherlands, Germany, United Kingdom and Japan. Over 13,000 visitors also attended the fair.