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Maiden Leathertech Cambodia trade fair to connect global industry players

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The footwear and leather goods sector is seen to be one of the growth drivers.

Maiden Leathertech Cambodia trade fair to connect global industry players

India-based ASK Trade and Exhibitions Pvt Ltd, a leading exhibition company is organising the first-ever international technology tradeshow for the travel goods and footwear manufacturers and exporters in the Kingdom, titled Leathertech Cambodia 2019.

The trade fair will be held at Diamond Island Convention and Exhibition Centre, Phnom Penh between November 15 and 17.

H.E. Sam Sereirath, Secretary of State, Ministry of Commerce, Okhna Van Sou Ieng, chairman, Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC), H.E. Nguon Mengtech, director-general, Cambodia Chamber of Commerce, Okhna Ly Kunthai, chairman, Cambodia Footwear Association will be the dignitaries at the inauguration function to be held at 10 am at the convention centre on Friday.

Cambodia is drawing the world’s attention as a fast emerging exporting destination for travel goods and footwear.

Organised with an objective to bring the global suppliers closer to the doorsteps of the production clusters, Leathertech Cambodia 2019 after seven successful editions in Bangladesh is all geared to make its debut in Cambodia.

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Buyers can source from a variety of leather, machinery, components, accessories and chemicals on display at the event.

Fifty exhibitors from different countries will showcase a wide range of exhibits such as finished leather, components, machinery, accessories for the benefit of manufacturers of all kinds of footwear, wallets, bags, luggage, furniture and car seats, among others.

Cambodia has grown significantly over the years in the exports of footwear and travel goods and in recent times is attracting investments into this sector.

Technology is an important area which has to be addressed constantly to face global competition.

A tradeshow close to the production hub will help the shopfloor personnel to visit and understand new technology in action and gain knowledge about new innovations, components, accessories and finished leather and chemicals on display.

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Saleem : Tradeshows act as a bridge.

“We have been organizing similar show in Bangladesh for the past 7 years. Inspired by our participants and growing footwear and travelgoods sector we are organizing Leathertech at Cambodia and the response has been encouraging.

“We believe the sector is in the growth curve and is poised to scale newer heights. Trade shows always act as a bridge between end users and suppliers by providing an opportunity for one-to-one interaction and providing multiple sourcing options.

“This is a good a opportunity for all the stakeholders be it the shop floor technician, mid level managers or top management to meet, interact and network,” said Saleem B., director of ASK Trade and Exhibitions Pvt Ltd.

Organisers hope that top and middle management as well as the shopfloor personnel visit this tradeshow and benefit.

The tradeshow supported by Cambodia Footwear Association and targetted at the members of GMAC, will be open between 10am to 6pm and entry is free.

For more information visit www.leathertechcambodia.com or mail [email protected]

Visit and source from a diverse range of Leather & Chemicals, Footwear Machinery & Components, Accessories & Support Services such as : Natural & Synthetic Leather used in Footwear, Bags, Wallets, Belts, Luggage, Furniture, Car Seats. Machinery used in the manufacturing of Footwear & Travelgoods, Components used in Footwear and Drums, Shoe factory lean production system, Leather testing certification, Knitted Fabrics, Laminated Fabrics, Coated Fabrics, Fur Linings, All kinds of Decoration Materials, Show Buckles and CAD CAM Software

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Buyers can source from a variety of leather, machinery, components, accessories and chemicals on display at the event.

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