CEMS-Global USA’s International `Textile Series of Exhibitions’ is a renowned series being held in Bangladesh, Brazil, Morocco, Sri Lanka, and Thailand. The `Yarn & Fabric series of Exhibition’ which is a part of the Textile Series has reached its accession in popularity around the world with the series exhibitions being organized by CEMS-Global across 4 continents of the world with the Brazilian edition focusing on the entire Latin America and the Moroccan edition on entire Africa.
With the undeniable success of the previous Morocco edition organized by CEMS-Global USA in 2019, after the Pandemic, CEMS-Global is delighted to relaunch this prestigious Event in Morocco again in 2024 as the 2nd Morocco International Yarn & Fabric Sourcing Show 2024, from 7 - 9 November 2024 at Foire Internationale de Casablanca Expo Center, Casablanca – Morocco.
Casablanca is Morocco’s largest city and economic center. Morocco – a leading regional power and one of the most developed countries in Africa; Morocco is a melting pot of indigenous Berber, African, Arab, and European influences. Due to its strategic location and proximity to Europe, the kingdom has been able to accommodate its cultural diversity in a stable and politically inclusive system. Located strategically between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, Morocco is a bridge in the trade with West African countries.
The Textile industry has shown a steady revenue increase in recent years. Some European Apparel buyers and distributors have re-oriented their purchasing strategy away from Asia to focus on nearby markets such as Morocco, Turkey, or Tunisia. With a business-friendly and welcoming environment, special economic Industrial zones, and parks, Morocco is attracting huge Foreign investments as it moves to increase production in its Industries. Morocco's free-trade agreements and infrastructure network (Port of Tangier, free-trade zones) have transformed the country into a production and export platform for Europe, the United States, and the MENA region with lead times between four and six weeks.
A major part of the textiles sold in Europe is produced in Asian countries, like China, Bangladesh or Vietnam. Yet new producers have begun to emerge in recent years and Morocco is becoming increasingly important. It is already the third biggest producer for Europe and there are many advantages the factories there have over their Asian competitors.
The Textile industry of Morocco will see robust growth in coming years due to the Government’s active initiative and focus on the textile industry as its priority, to double the jobs in the garment industry and further develop its exports.
Morocco is recognized today as a major player in fast fashion with regard to its long-standing and established experience with the biggest vertical fast fashion brands and retailers in the world. One of its major competitive advantages lies in its proximity to Europe, and therefore its ability to react immediately to new trends to be delivered within a short time.
The 2nd Morocco International Yarn & Fabric Sourcing Show 2024 will be a one-stop marketplace of Morocco for textile business as well as presenting the latest yarns, fabrics, trends, new technological advancements, and developments in the trims and accessories segment. Over 500 exhibitors from around the world will present their up-to-date yarn, fabrics, trims, and accessories; which are ready to use for garments, accessories, industrial use, and other various applications. The Show will be fully equipped with a range of textile products enhanced with the latest technology and will set a new definition of smart fabrics to satisfy the growing demand of buyers.