Manufacturers engaged in yarn industry, the most important raw material in the textile industry will convene for the 19th time at TÜYAP Fair and Exhibition Center on June 1-3th 2023.
Visitors will find the opportunity to experience the transformation adventure of the recyclable yarns as well as sector innovations in the fair, which was established on an area of 40,000 m2 with new additional halls added this year due to intense demand.
The most important yarn fair of Eurasia is prepared to open its gates on June 1, 2023. This year 15 thousand visitors are expected to visit the 19th TÜYAP Istanbul International Yarn Fair where over 500 companies will be participating. The fair will last until June 3rd and will be globally attended by visitors coming from European countries, the United Kingdom, the USA, Brazil, Algeria, China, Indonesia, Ghana, South Korea, Iran, Israel, Japan, Canada, Qatar, Kuwait, Malaysia, Egypt, Russia, Vietnam etc. The fair will gather the giants of the yarn industry with local manufacturers and play a pivotal role in boosting exports. The fair participants will be able to receive support from both the Turkish Ministry of Trade and KOSGEB (Small and Medium Enterprises development Organization).
A rise in the number of participants and visitors
This year new halls were added to the 19th Istanbul International Yarn Fair upon an intensive participation request coming from the companies of the sector. This corresponds to a hundred percent of expansion in m2 size of the fair which is to be held in 7 halls and over an area of 40.000 m2. The professionals of the sector have shown a close interest in the fair where the online ticket requests have increased by 25% compared to the previous year.
A higher number of visiting demands are coming from the top countries of exportation
Türkiye’s textile and raw material exports have reached 2.7 million tones in 2022. The highest volume of textiles and raw materials was directed to the 27 EU countries where Italy ranked the first and Germany the second position. In the same year, the second country group with the highest export in quantity was the African countries. These countries are amongst the first 15 countries that have sent requests to visit this year’s Istanbul Yarn Fair.
Yarns made of synthetic-artificial filament fibers, cotton yarns, yarns made of synthetic-artificial discontinuous fibers, yarns made of wool and thin-thick animal hairs, yarns made of vegetable fibers, silk yarns as well as various yarn types will be showcased at the fair as the most exported yarn types of the yarn industry.
The Adventure of Recyclable Yarns Await Visitors
Focusing on circular economy, which is one of the current issues of today, the special exhibition area of recycled yarns will be set up in the fair hall, where the adventure of the yarn from waste to the final product will meet with the visitors. The visitors of the fair will find the opportunity to see in person the stages of how a plastic bottle turns into a pullover. The exhibition space will serve to showcase the sample products of the participating firms manufacturing recyclable yarn and will provide an appropriate environment for the visitors to see the products in detail at the stands of the participants.
Istanbul Yarn Fair, the International Platform of the Yarn Trade
The fair will showcase eco-friendly, high performance, and high-quality products and serve as the most important commercial gathering of the international yarn industry. While the participants of the last year express that their order volume increased by 81% at the fair, 32% of the visitors say they have purchased the products at the fair. The fair hosted 10,282 industry professionals last year, and intensive promotional activities are underway to increase the diversity and number of visitors this year.
19th Istanbul International Yarn fair to last for 3 days may be visited at 10.00-18.00 the first two days, and till 17:00 on the last day.