Machines on show will include bra cup moulding machines from Yili, China; Hitco Electricals from India; bonding machines from Hanfor and Siny, both from China; cutting room solutions from Morgan Tecnica from Italy; sewing machines from Juki, Japan and more.
“Galleria Intima intends to highlight the enormous potential of the Indian intimate wear industry, while focusing on their strengths,” a press release informed.
The show will also try to see how these strengths can be leveraged in order to maximise the scope of India in the international market, turning it into one of the major exporters from the category.
“The central aim of the event is to expose Indian manufacturers to world-class machinery so that the Indian industry can be well equipped to manufacture products of top quality,” it added.
Mehala Machines is a four-decade-old company providing all-round solutions to the intimate apparel industry since its inception. They have a vast range of products varying from automatic CAD/CAM cutting machines, embroidery machines, sewing machines, inkjet digital printing machines, hanger systems, finishing equipment, factory ventilation, etc.
It caters to some of the leading brands including Siruba, Taiwan; Macpi, Italy; Jam, Germany; Danis, Turkey; Damei, China; IntelloCut from India and many more.
Mehala Machines is Asia’s first and the world’s second company to produce CDR motors.
Morgan Tecnica is an Italian cutting room solutions company with over 75 years of experience in this industry and provides complete cutting room solutions.
The products range from high speed inkjet plotters, automatic loaders, automatic spreading machines, automatic labeling system, auto cutting system, specialised lingerie spreading system, specialised lingerie cutting system, etc.
Chief engineer of Morgan Tecnica, Francesco Ruffoli said, “The Indian intimate wear industry offers a lot of scope of development and improvement.”
“It is a budding industry with a promising future and through Galleria Intima, I have been able to witness its stupendous growth throughout the years,” he added.
“Visiting Galleria Intima each year has been a pleasure as it truly is the centre of innovation and collaboration with a lot of ideas buzzing in every corner,” Ruffoli noted.
New Source Automation Technology, based in China has 30 years of experience in manufacturing sewing machines and was the first one to research and manufacture seamless bonding machines in the country under the SINY brand in 2006.
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