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ZJNAC to Highlight Textile and Garments with 50 Booths at 115th Canton Fair

SHENZHEN, China, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ZJNAC, the most influential supplier and distributor of garments, fashion accessories, food, home textiles, and security products is now attending the 115th Canton Fair which kicked off on April 15.The company will attend the three phases of the exhibition with 73 booths, among which 50 booths will be displayed in Phase 3 for showcasing its key products- textile and garments.

BingxueGao, the board chairman of ZJNAC, said, "We have been attending the biannual Canton fair every year. Canton Fair is the largest international trade event with a complete product range of commodities and we are the biggest company providing more than 200 varieties of products in China. Canton Fair is the most suitable exhibition for our company!"ZJNAC group was found in 1975, dealing more than 200 varieties of products, which are sold through outlets in more than 100 countries and regions, and has developed steady trade relations with over 2,000 customers. It owns more than 10 brands and registered trademarks and also does OEM orders for many international brands.

The company has 73 booths for the 2014 Canton Fair with seven booths for Phase 1 including auto parts and tools, 16 booths for Phase 2 including household items, home decorations, native and garden supplies, and 50 booths for Phase 3 including all kinds of garments, home textiles, luggage, shoes, fashion accessories, and more. "Undoubtedly, textile and garments are always our primary focus," says Ms. Zheng, the overseas manager. "We are now making the final preparations for the Phase 3 exhibition on May 1."

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During Phase 3, ZJNAC will display 50 booths including 12 Men and Women's Clothing booths, four Sports and Casual Wear booths, one Fashion Accessories and Fittings booth, four food booths, four luggage and bag booths, eight shoes booths, 11 Home Textiles booths, four Furs booths, and two Fabrics & Yarns booths to display before visitors the company's most popular garments, home textiles, luggage and shoes with excellent designs and highest quality to attract more brand buyers.

According to the latest release of the company's Import and Export Business, ZJNAC Group has realized during January to March 2014 a total export of $126,690,000, an increase of $13,340,000 and an increase of 11.8 percent. As the core products of the company, textile and garments have taken up one third of the whole exports with a leading position among all the export items.

Bingxue Gao attributes its company's stable growth to its innovative spirit and strict quality control. "We have kept innovating and sticking to provide the highest quality products to satisfy our consumers worldwide," he said.

To promote stronger competitiveness in import and export with enhanced quality control, especially with more powerful technical support for textile and light industrial products, the company declared to establish a testing center in Jan of 2013 and the testing center launched and begun running in Nov of 2013.

The testing center is used primarily to provide physical and chemical tests for textile and clothing and light industrial products. The main test items include (but are not limited to): rubbing, washing, perspiration, hot pressing, and other color fastness tests; spray test, flammability, and other functional testing; dimensional stability, strength, pilling ,abrasion resistance, wrinkle recovery, and other basic physical testing; and pH value, formaldehyde, AZO, heavy metal, and other harmful chemical safety testing of chemical substances.

ZJNAC has introduced for the testing center 36 industry-leading international brands of equipments such as Agilent, USA; Shimadzu, Japan; JAMESHEAL, SDL Atlas, UK; and Electrolux, Sweden. Furthermore, all the technician staffs at the testing center have rich experience in working in internationally renowned third-party testing organizations holding authorized certificates such as CNAS Internal Auditor Certificate and CMA Internal Auditor Certificate.

ZJNAC Booth layouts at the 115th Canton Fair, 2014

Time

Section

Booth No.

Phase 1

Apirl 15 – 19

 

 

 

Auto Parts

2.1 A05-06

Tools

14.1 B26-28

Auto Parts(standard)

4.1 N22

Tools(standard)

14.3 I02

Phase 2

Apirl 23 – 27

 

 

 

Gardening

5.1 H24

Furniture

12.2 J24

Home Decorations

10.3 I34-35/J13-14

Household Items

14.3 G33-36/H07-10

Native items

11.1 C31-32

Phase 3

May1-5

Women's & Men's Garments

4.1 D29-34/E07-12

Sports

8.1 D35-36/E13-14

Fashion Accessories and Fittings

8.0 T16

Bags & Cases

10.3 I35-36/J13-14

Food

12.2 A11-12/B13-14

shoes

12.1 B38-39

13.1 D37-39/E09-11

Home Textiles

16.2 D26-30/E12-17

Furs and fur items

16.3 A09-10/B12-13

Fabrics & Yarns

16.4 E10-11

Contact person: Hongmei Li 
Tel: +86-571-85773870   
Fax: +86-571-85773869   
Email: [email protected]

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