The only trade show in Central America that gathers the complete apparel and textile industry’s supply chain, demonstrating its capabilities and competitive advantages. The CAFTA-DR region offers high-quality garments and duty-free access to several markets, because of these, the region also focuses on having a totally integrated supply chain. Therefore, Guatemala is known to have speed to market and keep up with the evolving trends of our largest exporting market: USA. Because of these and more, Guatemala and the Apparel Sourcing Show are great places to look for new business opportunities!
On its 29th edition, the show’s dynamic and segmented exhibition floor will have more than 200 booths with over 150 exhibiting companies including textile mills, trimmings, technology, machinery, accessories, some apparel manufacturers, and much more!
The Apparel Sourcing Show also offers workshops with key information about current trends and changes in the industry, social responsibility, regional capabilities, and specific technical workshops for middle management (technology, screen-printing, etc.)
Exclusive program within the exhibition floor for international buyers with interest in placing garment production orders with apparel manufacturers in the region. One day of meetings with garment producers and factory visits accordingly.
*Type of garments produced in the region: graphic tees, basic knits, sportswear, athletic wear, lounge wear, hoisery, seamless, women´s jackets and trousers, unifroms, denim.
How to register to the Meet&Greet? Complete the general registration in the following link and then e-mail email@example.com with your information.
|Tuesday May 12th||10:00-18:00|
|Wednesday May 13th||10:00-18:00|
|Thursday May 14th||10:00-16:00|
VESTEX is the Guatemalan Apparel and Textile Association that promotes exports and watches over the interests of the industry through strategic alliances and lobbying with public and private entities at a national and international level. If you want to learn more about the show’s organizer and the industry in Guatemala click. HERE