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Dhaka all set to host textile machinery expo DTG
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Jan '16
Bangladesh capital Dhaka is all set to host the 13th Dhaka International Textile and Garment Machinery Exhibition (DTG 2016), an international fair of leading brands in textiles and garment technology, machinery and parts from tomorrow.

Bangladesh Textile Mills Association (BTMA), Yorkers Trade and Marketing Service Company of Hong Kong Taiwan's exhibition management firm Chan Chao International Company are organising the fair which will be held in Bangabandhu International Conference Centre from January 28 to 31. The fair is open to visitors from 12pm to 8pm.

“More than 1,000 textile equipment manufacturers from 34 countries, including Bangladesh, will display a variety of state-of-the-art textile and garment technologies and machinery,” Tapan Chowdhury, president of BTMA, told reporters. He further added, “The sector has established a strong backward linkage industry for the country's garment industry. As a result, the apparel sector has been able to keep up its growth momentum and remain sustainable.”

“Exhibitors will showcase the latest in textiles and apparel technology through 1,160 booths to spinners, weavers and knitters,” said Judy Wang, an executive director of Chan Chao International Company. Exhibitors will showcase the latest in textiles and apparel technologies, machinery, parts, accessories and the latest market trends, to spinners, weavers and knitters.

Global brands such as Mayer & Cie, Pai Lung, Santoni, Shima Seiki, Stoll, Terrot, Picanol, M&R, Fong's, Groz-Beckert, Karl Mayer, LMW, Rieter, Saurer, Tajima and Toyota will display their products. Companies form major textile and garment machinery producing countries like Germany, Italy, China, Japan, Switzerland, etc will be showcasing their latest machinery and equipment at the show.

Last year's exhibition had 880 exhibitors, occupying 1060 booths, and attracting 37,005 local and international business visitors. The exhibitors sold machinery worth $220 million at the fair. (NA)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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