Gartex Texprocess India opens tomorrow in New Delhi

The event to welcome more than 200 exhibitors from signage and textile industry

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Gartex Texprocess India is going to take place from 4 – 6 August 2022 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi
Gartex Texprocess India is going to take place from 4 – 6 August 2022 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

With the participation of over 200 companies, Gartex Texprocess India is gearing up for a power-packed edition in New Delhi. The recently announced association with Fabexa will bring fabric manufacturers and suppliers from Gujarat on the show floor to deliver a solid push to the region’s textile and apparel sector.

Following the success of its first-ever Mumbai edition earlier this May, Gartex Texprocess India, the leading B2B platform in the garment and textile machinery, fabrics, accessories, and allied industries, is ready to open the curtains in New Delhi at Pragati Maidan from 4 – 6 August 2022.

Affirming strong support and recognizing the potential impact of Gartex Texprocess India, Upendra Prasad Singh, Secretary, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India, stated, “India is one of the prominent textiles and clothing producing countries in the world. Domestically, it is the second largest employment-providing sector and accounts for 11.4% of India’s global merchandise exports during 2020 – 21 and holds a 4% share of the global trade in textiles and apparel. Gartex Texprocess India New Delhi will provide opportunities for overseas buyers to source their requirements and a platform to domestic exporters, especially SMEs, for expanding their export potential.”

Gartex Texprocess India is taking place from 4 – 6 August 2022

Co-located alongside Denim Show, Fabrics & Trims Show and Screen Print India, the three-day show will converge more than 200 companies to create an extensive display of manufacturing technologies and finished products.

Leading textile and apparel machine manufacturing brands such as Aura, Fabcare, Jaysynth Dyestuff, Wenli, Baba Textile Machinery, Orange-O-Tec and Jack have confirmed their participation at Gartex Texprocess India, while the Denim Show unites leading denim producers of India such as Jindal Worldwide, Arvind, Raymond UCO Denim, LNJ Denim, Siyaram Silk Mills, Kanchan Group and many more under its wing.

Meanwhile, Screen Print India will showcase manufacturing technologies for textile, digital and screen printing from brands such as DCC Print Vision LLP, JN Arora, Konica Minolta, Epson and Green Printing Solutions, among others.

To promote localization in the fabric sector, organizers Messe Frankfurt India and MEX Exhibitions have joined with Fabexa, an arm of Ahmedabad’s nodal textile trade body Maskati Cloth Market Mahajan, for the Fabrics & Trims Show. The Fabexa pavilion will host around 70 fabric manufacturers from Gujarat to demonstrate their expertise in fabric, cotton and natural-based fabrics, including Nakoda Fashion, Shashwat Textiles, Bhavna Processors, Viru Textile Mills, Panam Texfab, and Shree Chamunda Fabrics. The trade fair will also welcome about 300 fabrics sourcing representatives as hosted buyers for three days.

As a highly-recognized industry exhibition, Gartex Texprocess India New Delhi 2022 is backed by the support of the Ministry of Textiles as well as chief industry associations and trade bodies, comprising The Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI), Denim Manufacturers Association (DMA), Maskati Cloth Mahajan, Retailers Association of India (RAI) and the Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC).

Entering its seventh edition, Gartex Texprocess India will provide industry buyers with an excellent platform to source the latest manufacturing machinery and behold the progress taking place in textile, garment production, screen printing and other allied sectors.

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