Turkey has exceeded global giants in manufacture and export and makes a difference in the industry in the children evening-clothing sector in terms of design
Turkey is the country with the highest birth rates compared to the European countries. In parallel, baby and children’s clothing industry in Turkey, take a step forward in order to stands out in the sector with the highest growth potential. Turkey expands its’ market share gradually with the domestic manufacturers who conducts fast delivery with the competitive prices with high quality.
Turkey Leaves Italy Left Behind
Turkey has experienced 4 billion worth of textile products in the children evening-clothing exports discipline and has taken the second biggest share in the manufacture of children evening-clothing. Turkey has also increased its’ market share around 17 per cent globally. Turkey has exceeded global giants in manufacture and export and makes a difference in the industry in the children evening-clothing sector in terms of design. Leading manufacturers in the children evening-clothing that have already set great aims are going to meet at the 38th International Istanbul Mother and Baby Products Fair (CBME) in order to increase their market share.
650 Exhibitors from 110 Countries
Leading manufacturers of Turkey will be the participant between 8 to 11 January 2020 and the fair will be held in Istanbul CNR Expo Center (CBR) attend the fair. CBI Turkey Fair Director Hatice Dinçer , “Turkey has a very important progress in children’s wear dresses in the last ten years. Our participant companies are currently exporting to nearby regions such as Europe, Africa, Middle East and Turkic Republics. We will bring together over 15 thousand buyers from 110 countries with more than 650 exhibitors who will exhibit their children’s evening-clothing collections between the ages of 0-16. ”
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