ColorJet at Uttar Pradesh International Trade Fair

Yogi Adityanath apprised of ColorJet's innovations

UP chief minister Yogi Adiyanath at ColorJet's stand.

Digital inkjet printer manufacturer ColorJet Group presented its road map toward fostering innovation and economic growth and establishing global recognition for the state at the recently held Uttar Pradesh International Trade Fair.  

Chief minister Yogi Adityanath commended ColorJet’s efforts during a meeting with Madhu Sudan Dadu, chairman of Colorjet, the company said. Along with the chief minister, UP finance minister Suresh Kumar Khanna, state cabinet minister for industrial development, export promotion Nand Gopal Gupta and Rakesh Sachan, UP minister for MSME, khadi, village industries, sericulture, and textiles, visited the ColorJet stand. 

The trade fair was inaugurated by Yogi Adityanath on 21 September at the Noida Trade Expo. During his visit, he stopped by ColorJet’s booth and was introduced to ColorJet’s innovations in digital textile and UV printing. 

Speaking to the media, Madhusudan Dadu said, “Uttar Pradesh’s textile industry is the most diverse in India and needs to be advanced systematically. Colorjet is committed to the cause by providing the necessary machinery for local entrepreneurs and artisans to start their businesses.” 

“We are honored to have Yogi Adityanath Ji at our stall. We appreciate his assurance and the way he has instilled confidence in the state’s business community. Colorjet is dedicated to working with the state government to propel the local business forward.”

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