Gartex Texprocess India announces new dates

Expo for textile supply chain

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Gartex
The expo was originally scheduled for August 2020

Gartex Texprocess India, an exhibition on the garment and textile manufacturing supply chain, has announced new dates for its Delhi and Mumbai editions. While the Delhi edition will take place from 17 – 19 December 2020 in Greater Noida, the Mumbai edition has been scheduled from 19-21 March 2021.

Organized by MEX Exhibitions Pvt Ltd and Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India, Gartex Texprocess India was originally scheduled in August 2020. The organizers believe that the new dates will ensure the optimal revival of trade and provide additional time to exhibitors to plan their exhibits and product launches more effectively in the current environment.

The decision which was taken on the basis of feedback from exhibitors, partners, and industry associations, also aims to ensure that the event serves its objectives of business, knowledge, and tech-exchange in a more meaningful way when the entire textile fraternity can come together.

According to the organizers, the three-day fair provides an experience to participants not just by way of an extensive display of exhibits, but also through a series of seminars and workshops aimed at facilitating dialogue that highlight on-going trends, opportunities, and challenges for the business of textiles. Prominent highlights of the show include denim show, embroidery zone, garmenting & apparel machinery zone, digitex show, India laundry show, and fabrics & trims show.

Between now and it’s opening in December 2020, the organizers aim to continue to keep the industry connected through its webinar series to draw focus on sustainable measures and support the sector during its recovery phase.

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