UK factories sign up to the first and only trade show exclusively for British fashion & textile manufacturers

We are delighted by the response that we have had from fashion & textile manufacturers wanting to exhibit at our event. In just 3 weeks we have already sold over half of the space in our trade show, with some sections such as fabric printing, already completely full!

Some of those already confirmed to attend include:

RA Smart – A Macclesfield based textile specialist, RA Smart combine state of the art digital printing with high-end traditional screen printing and jacquard weaving. They can also manufacture ladies fashion, men’s and ladies’ accessories and household textiles, making them a one-stop shop for the production of printed products.

Mustard Ties –  Kent-based Mustard ties supply some of the world’s most prestigious brands with their ties, bow ties, scarves, cummerbunds and cravats. They can supply on a cut, make and trim or fully factored basis and all of their ties are custom made to their clients individual specifications.

Roy Lowe & Sons – Having moved their production overseas in 2006, Roy Lowe & Sons have now started manufacturing socks in Nottinghamshire again. All of their socks are produced on the latest computer controlled machinery with an electronically linked toe seam.

Team Tots – Team Tots have over 30 years experience in the design and manufacture of baby, children’s and adult clothing. They manly work in combed cotton interlock jerseys and fleece, and have capacity to make around 15,000 garments a month.

Assyst Bullmer – Assyst Bullmer Ltd are the leading manufacturers of 2D and 3D pattern cutting software, which uses the latest technological advances to create the best results in the areas of 2D platform cutting and 3D garmet simulation. The software can be offered in conjunction with CNC cutting and spreading machines.

John Hall – Established in 1980, John Hall can produce over 8000 childrenswear garments a month from their 20,000sqft facility in Lancashire. One of the leading names in schoolwear, they can deliver the whole garment process – from design, pattern-cutting and sampling, through to pleating and embroidery.

If you are a UK fashion or textile manufacturer, or related service provider, and would like to exhibit at the show, please complete this form.

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