China International Hosiery Purchasing Expo.

New Design, New Materials, New Future
2015-03-18 - 2015-03-20
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It is expected that 25000 square meters of nearly 500 exhibitors and 1000 booths.Only dedicated hosiery Sourcing Event In China.
China (Shanghai) International Hosiery Purchasing Expo(C.H.P.E). is a trade fair dedicating to hosiery industry in China, which becomes a professional hosiery pageant with largest scale, greatest influence and highest level of specialization in China by 9 years’ brand development. And it enjoys extremely high popularity and good reputation in the hosiery industry. We dedicate to make an international stage for socks purchasing and products showcase and with high-quality and best professional service. CHPE provides essential business opportunities and hastens a tie-up between exhibitors and professional visitors. According To Reliable Statistics, last CHPE expo, there are 20,180 visitors come to site. It has attracted a large number of professional visitors from 37 countries. Compared to the number of last year, it has increased 21%. Among the, there are 3,367overseas visitors. The upcoming 2015 10th CHPE will kick off at Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center on March 18th , 2015 for its three-day run
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Product Directors of famous hosiery brands Purchasers of famous apparel brands Senior fashion buyers Leasing Managers of shopping malls/supermarkets Qualified retailors from 2nd & 3rd tier cities Distributors, wholesalers, dealers, franchisees Big-scale trading companies E-commerce retailors of T-mall, Taobao etc. Industry, fashion, lifestyle and mass media
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International and national hosiery brands Long, and socks manufacturers Hosiery machine manufacturers Hosiery distributors and agents Hosiery trading companies Hosiery raw material producers Underwear, bra & accessories manufacturers Leisurewear and clothing accessories

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