fMM&T target leather makers

20 September 2010

Following its hugely successful launch in 2009 the third Footwear Materials, Manufacturing & Technology India (fMM&T) will be held 6 - 8 May 2011, as before at the Expo Center, Greater Noida, New Delhi.

At fMM&T 2010, just over 180 exhibitors welcomed some 3,500 visitors from 18 prominent leather manufacturing countries and regions including China, Italy, Bangladesh, Taiwan, France, Egypt, Hong Kong, South Korea, Thailand, USA & India - plus featured international pavilions from Taiwan and China.

fMM&T India has carved itself into the role of an established international exhibition, offering international buyers a comprehensive range of goods and services to both international and major domestic buyers.

New Delhi has long been an important trading hub for the leather and footwear sector in North India but was lacking a professional industry exhibition.

Target exhibitors at FMM&T India 2011

On view for the 2011 exhibition will be suppliers of leather and other materials to the footwear and leather industry. Other exhibits include finishing chemicals and dyes, shoe machinery equipment & tools, CAD-CAM design and supply chain software technology and other services. The event will host a complete trade fair for the footwear and leather industry, allowing manufacturers of footwear, leather garments, importers, exporters and distributors of leather components, designers, brand owners and product developers to meet under one roof.

New for 2011

fMM&T India 2011 will introduce a special pavilion, Fashion Access India, which will feature bags and leather goods, footwear, apparel, travelware, fashion and lifestyle accessories, etc. The pavilions will attract visitors such as importers, wholesalers, sourcing agents, representatives of fashion brands, private labels, buying offices, department stores, retailers and boutique buyers.

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