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Global machinery manufacturers to exhibit at GTTES 2019
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Feb '18
Courtesy: India ITME Society
Courtesy: India ITME Society
Textile machinery manufacturers from various parts of the world will participate in the Global Textile Technology & Engineering Show (GTTES) beginning February 3, 2019. The trade show in India will offer sourcing solution to the increasing market demand by focusing on weaving, knitting, printing, garmenting, embroidery and technical textiles.

The participants include Dornier, Staubli,  Weavetech, Lifebond, Inditec International, Prashant Gamatex, LUWA, LCC, Yamuna, Colorjet, DCC, ATE, Elgi Equipments, SIMTA, Inspiron Jay Instruments, Texfab, , Eastern Engg and Menzel/Bianco among others.

GTTES 2019 organised by India ITME Society, will bring maximum sourcing solution and best of market opportunities to the textile and textile engineering segment. It is a growth catalyst and optimum business platform with new customers offering best sourcing solution to India's surging demand for textile machinery.

"Keeping in line with government’s efforts to encourage the small medium enterprises, the show will offer a low participation cost and high value net working with customers not only from urban markets but also from II tier and rural textile hubs across India," India ITME Society said in a press release.

The trade show will be hosted in support of the ministry of commerce and industry, ministry of textiles, dept. of heavy industry, government of Maharashtra, textile department and The National Small Industries Corporation Ltd (NSIC). (RR)

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