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India's largest textile machinery show in 2017 from Dec 7
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The largest textile machinery exhibition in India for the year 2017, ITMACH India, will be held in Gandhinagar, the capital of Gujarat state, from December 7 to 10. The exhibition, spread over 40,000 square metres of area, will host over 350 exhibitors from 10 countries showcasing excellence and innovation in textile machinery and technology.

Machinery from each segment of the textile industry, including spinning, weaving, knitting, dyeing, printing and processing, will be displayed during the show days. Participating companies include Saurer, LMW, Premier, Amsler, Rotorcraft, Jingwei, Pacific, Picanol, Itema, Staubli, Haijia, Rifa, A.T.E., Fong’s, Perfect, Rimtex, Palod Himson, SPGPrints, Embee, Premier Evolvics and several others.

Serving as an accredited B2B platform for the textile industry that supports adoption of technology; enhance investment, building capacity and knowledge sharing, the four-day fair will see participants from several countries. Along with a strong contingent of Indian exhibitors, companies from Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Belgium, Netherland, Turkey, China, Taiwan, South Korea and Japan will present their latest technological innovations to visitors.

“Visitors will get to learn about the latest trends, developments and opportunities to share their knowledge and fine-tune their ideas. In short, the mega event will ensure that a plethora of business ideas are discussed, and dynamic business networking is facilitated,” the organisers K and D ITMACH Expositions LLP said in a statement.

ITMACH India would present an ideal opportunity for investors and machinery marketers to interact for new investments within the country, the statement added. (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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