Gartex Texprocess India’s Delhi edition ends on high note

14,895 trade visitors from 384 cities

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Gartex Texprocess
The event attracted 14,895 trade visitors from 384 cities, 28 states, 7 union territories and 27 countries with advanced tools, products and machinery for manufacturing garments and textiles.

Covering all aspects of the garment and textile industry with advanced innovations, Gartex Texprocess India’s New Delhi edition concluded with a healthy footfall, good business activities, seminars and a robust product showcase – manifesting the growth of India’s garment and textile industry. 

The event attracted 14,895 trade visitors from 384 cities, 28 states, 7 union territories and 27 countries with advanced tools, products and machinery for manufacturing garments and textiles. 

Brands such as Jaysynth, Mimaki, Epson, Morgan Technica, Groz Beckert, DuPont, Schmetz India, Jack, Brother, Kansai, Siruba, Durkopp Adler, Colorjet and others displayed their latest and running products in the market. The three days of the event witnessed successful business activities, leading to satisfy the exhibitors and visitors.

Prakhar, country manager India & Bangladesh, Morgan Technica, said, “We have participated in the show with our complete cutting room solution and have exhibited our fabric checking machine with our CAD system and spreading machine. We received customers from all across India. The response in the last two days has been quiet encouraging.”   

Arun Varshney, vice president & head – Textile, Colorjet, said they received very good response from customers. They appreciated the products that we displayed and it resulted in a good number of buyers. We had a very good experience and we look forward to participating in the next edition as well.”

Live demonstrations from multiple brands resulted in high engagement and satisfied visitors at the Surat Pavilion, the zones of Screen-Print India as well as Fabrics & Trims. 

Amandeep Singh Kukreja, managing director, PS Dyeing House, shared, “I visited Gartex Texprocess India to see new machinery and chemical products for a new product line I am thinking about. It is related to the printing of T-shirts. My visit to Gartex Texprocess India was beneficial and saw few machinery that are helpful for me. I have their contacts and have meetings planned with them.” 

Satisfied by the industry updates, Angad Singh Puri, managing director, Franklyn Wearing, said: “I came here looking for printing technologies that we are using for our own brands and find new technologies and machinery to simplify the methods.”  

The line-up of sessions across three days centered around sustainability in textile manufacturing and technological advancements in the industry. This included sessions such as ‘circular Fashion: Building Pathways For ESG’ organized by Conserve India that discussed the escalating carbon footprint due to lack of policy framework and operational regulations in textile industry.

The panel included industry experts who put forward their perspectives on the matter. Raman Dutta, founding member and general secretary, Brands & Sourcing Leaders Association, said, “There are several schemes and initiatives from the government for MSMEs to become more sustainable like grants for water conservation, 50% reimbursement options for sustainable machinery and practices and other state-wide policies. It is the lack of awareness that is hindering this transition.” 

Sandeep Chopra, head – Sustainability & Impact, Tri-Impact Global laid stress on worker rights in circularity while Gautam Malik, founder, Jaggery Bags highlighted the need for engaging the community as a stakeholder in the circular economy. Recent world developments provide an opportunity to Indian industries to lead the way in circularity.

Gaurav Juneja, Director, MEX Exhibitions, said, “Gartex Texprocess India has once again written a new growth story with increased number of visitors which effortlessly conveys the potential of this industry event. The government initiatives and a pool of opportunities are shifting the gears of Indian textile and garments industry towards a growth phase. We are pleased to see yet another edition of the show end on a successful note.”

Raj Manek, executive director and board member of Messe Frankfurt Asia Holdings , said, “It gives me immense pleasure to see the success of the back-to-back editions for Gartex Texprocess India this year. As trade fair organizers, we have diligently aimed to evolve the platform that allows the exhibitors to leverage the opportunities in the markets backed by series of government initiatives to accelerate the Indian textile manufacturing sector. The satisfied exhibitors and visitors have enthused us for the next edition and enhance the fertility of the platform.”

The next edition of Gartex Texprocess India will take place from 1 – 3 February 2024 at the Jio World Convention Centre, BKC, Mumbai.

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