2014 Taiwan International Textile & Garment Machinery Exhibition
Co-organized by Chan Chao International Co., Ltd. and New Taipei Sewing Machine Association (NTSMA), 2014 Taiwan International Textile & Garment Machinery Exhibition (TTG 2014) will be staged at Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC) Exhibition Hall 1 from March 12 to March 15, 2014.
Free admission by registration and presenting 1 name card at the entrance of the exhibition hall. No admission for children under 12 years old.
Textile machinery & accessories, Spinning machinery & accessories, Looms, Yarn processing machinery & accessories, Weaving machinery & accessories, Bleaching & washing machines, Chemicals and dyes, Steaming machinery, Cloth processing machinery & accessories, Embroidery equipment, Knitting machinery, Auxiliary equipment, Testing equipment and controls, Winding machines, Textile screen printing machinery.
Apparel Machinery & Accessories, Cutting & laying machines, Knives/scissors grinding machines, Garment accessories, Ironing and steaming equipment, Sewing machines & parts - industrial & households, Laundry machinery & accessories, Dry-cleaning equipment.
Space Only: USD 230 / sqm (minimum 9 sqm)
Space, name of Exhibitor in Catalogue
Basic Stand Package: USD140 / 9sqm
Including: Needle punched Carpet, 3 Sides System Panel, 1 Set Fascia Name, 1 Unit Reception desk,
2 Units Chairs, 3 Units Spotlights, 1 Unit Waste Basket, 1 Unit of 110V/500W Single Phase
Socket (5% VAT is exclusive)
(5% VAT is exclusive)
Chan Chao International Enterprise Group was founded in October, 1985 and is the first civil professional exhibition corporation. We are engaged in organizing large-scale international exhibitions and conferences, publishing exhibition magazine and CD-title, deputizing digital online exhibition.
Here in CA it is saturated.
My friend bought a simple screen printing machine some time ago and has not made back his investment.
The problem is, actual screen printing shops have the more sophisticated presses and can work in volume better than a little guy, so even if you get a few small sample orders once they go to full production they probably will not need your services.
Plus the most savvy shirt makers source their screen printers on the internet, and I'm not just talking about Cafe Press--when my bro needed cool promo t-shirts he found a printer that could do gold metallic and used American Apparel t's in really cool cuts that were super popular among his indie fans