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Gartex all set to feature garment, textile solutions
Jul '17
Complete value chain of garment and textile manufacturing solutions and technologies will be showcased at Gartex, India's comprehensive exhibition on garment and textile machinery, fabrics, accessories and allied industries, to be held during July 29-31, 2017 in New Delhi. In its second year, Gartex has emerged as a one-stop selling and sourcing platform.

Gartex would serve as the one-stop-destination for those who wish to reach out to the innovations taking place in the country's textile, garment machinery and accessories sectors. The show this year would specially highlight the latest developments in the digital textile printing machinery, embroidery machines, and garment and apparel machinery, incorporating garmenting, digital textile printing technologies, fabrics and accessories.

Digitex, which stole the show acquiring 30 per cent of the product segment in 2016, would again be a coveted platform showcasing the latest developments in digital textile printing technology encompassing machinery, inks, software and services. Visitors would get to know opportunities offered by digital printing for home furnishing and interior decoration, apparel and fashion, corporate interiors and other related segments.

Embroidery, which is used to enhance the design and look of various applications like apparel, home textiles, sarees, bags, footwear, etc., is expected to acquire the centre stage this year. As compared to print, embroidery gets greater attention because of its three-dimensional feature, offering textured and high luster effects and adding value to a product in tactile and visual parts of consumer appreciation.

Most of the modern embroidery machines are computerised and specifically engineered for embroidery work. Depending upon the capabilities, diversified degrees of user input are required by the machinery to read and sew the embroidery designs.

One of the show's main interests will be garment and apparel machinery, which includes pre and post process washing equipment, cloth inspection machine, cutting and laying machines, embroidery equipment, finishing machines, fusing machines, ironing and steaming equipment, knives/scissors grinding machines and quilting machines.

There will be varied exhibit segments such as garment and apparel machinery, textile and textile processing machinery, digital textile processing technology, home furnishing machinery and materials, printing and dyeing, garment value-added manufacturing machines, apparel fabrics, accessories, trims and embellishments and allied products and services.

Top players such as Mehala, Durst, EFI Reggiani (Arrow Digital), Britomatics, Mimaki, Jaysynth, Colorjet, Negi Sign, Aura, Peayush Machinery, Textile Technologies Roland, Wenli, Veekay Jet, Tanya Enterprises, JN Arora & Co, Cherian Machines, Sky Screen India, Tukatech, Coats India, Pashupati Overseas, Unix, Twinstar, Tajima, Dolphin and many more are expected at the show with their best products and latest technologies to define new market trends.

The show will have visitors as garment exporters, garment manufacturers, fashion designers, apparel industry professionals, home textile players, textile printing companies, sports and apparel manufacturers, buying houses, soft signage companies and other stakeholders. Visitors will not only come across the latest trends but also be able to experience live demos of the innovative technological advances on the show floor. Besides, the new product launches would help them equip with their purchasing decisions. They would also get an opportunity to establish strategic partnerships with the new manufacturers and suppliers. (SV)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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