Tehran Hosts the 1st Turkish Ready-to-Wear and Clothing Fair

The 1st Turkish Ready-to-Wear and Clothing Fair, organized by the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce and supported by LASİAD, opened its doors on February 1, 2015, at the International Fair Center in Tehran, the capital of Iran. The fair garnered significant attention from Iranian visitors, who formed dense crowds to see the products exhibited at the stands of Turkish companies, with a strong presence from businesses in Laleli.

During the opening of the fair, LASİAD President Giyasettin Eyyüpkoca, Vice President Muhammed Sancaktar, Vice President Ercan Hardal, and Board Members Murat Özpehlivan and Rıfat Opan were present. A total of 64 companies participated in the fair, with more than half of them being from Laleli. LASİAD played a crucial role in promoting the fair and encouraging the participation of Laleli businesses. The association’s campaigns and promotional efforts were instrumental in showcasing the strength of Laleli at the Tehran 1st Turkish Ready-to-Wear and Clothing Fair.

The fair, which runs until February 4, 2015, provides an opportunity for Turkish companies to display their latest collections, establish partnerships, and explore export opportunities in the Iranian market. LASİAD’s involvement in the fair underscores the importance of international trade events in expanding market reach and fostering cooperation between nations.

The simultaneous organization of the fair with the Tehran Textile Fair attracted significant interest, particularly from the Azerbaijani community in Iran. Dursun Topçu, Vice President of Istanbul Chamber of Commerce, emphasized that the fair would not only boost the textile sector but also serve as an example for the development of mutual investments and trade between Turkey and Iran.

Notably, the fair took place amid positive developments in Turkey-Iran relations, with a substantial reduction in customs duties for the textile industry, from 100% to 40%. Topçu highlighted that textiles were among the top 10 exported products to Iran even when a 100% duty was in place, and with the recent reductions and increased collaboration, textile products are expected to play a crucial role in advancing bilateral trade.

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