“The Textile Sector in Morocco Is Growing Up”

In a statement to MAP at the inauguration of the 18th edition of the Maroc in Mode (MIM) fair, initiated by the Moroccan Association of Textile and Clothing Industries (AMITH), Mr Mazour indicated that the national textile sector is “in full mutation”. “.

For this purpose the Minister highlighted the export activities of Moroccan collections around the world including the most advanced countries.

“Today we are proud to see that the region has not only consolidated and regained its complexion after the pandemic, but is also in full expansion”, Mr. Mezour continued.

In addition, the minister said that he was proud to participate in MIM, a show designed in a sustainable manner, noting that it “predetermines the textiles of today and tomorrow that are sustainable, recycling and respect for the environment.” based on”.

An indispensable event for fashion and textile professionals, the Marrow in Mode trade show has been refurbished this year and all links across the textile and clothing chain, namely manufacturing, clothing, home textiles, innovation and machinery as well as accessories and services. expands its offering. , In order to provide a complete offer, MIM also welcomes representatives of the leather sector to the dedicated MAROCUIR space.

Thus, visitors will be able to discover 160 exhibitors from Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Turkey, France, Italy, Spain and Uzbekistan, set on a surface of 3000m² covered by the show. These 160 exhibitors cover a wide range of sectors such as Manufacturing, Fabric, Home Textile, Innovation/Machinery, Accessories, Services and MAROCUIR.

A de facto forum for professional meetings, MIM is committed to sustainability this year and puts social, environmental, economic and temporal responsibility at the center of its concerns. Thus, the show has been kept under the theme DAYEM, one of the most important axes of the new vision presented by AMITH a few months back.

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Based on data collected in the field by the Association and its partners, but also based on the profound changes that have taken place in the field over the past two years, DAYEM is presented as a transversal guide for all players in clothing to honor to be developed. Ethical and sustainable values.

In addition to the exhibition, MIM, which is being held in El Jadida on March 30 and 31, is organizing a half-dozen conferences with international experts and speakers from various backgrounds, around priority topics in the region. The show also organizes partnerships with trendy spaces or cooperatives.

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