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Global Competitive milieu demands innovation: Intex Consulting
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Companies across poles are investing huge in bringing out new products more customized, at the same time cost effective.

A glimpse on world market, converged at ITMA ground in Barcelona-Spain, can help to acquiesce with the similar remark that ITMA exhibitor Mr. Rohit Pandit, speaking with Fibre2fashion, makes as he quotes, “The market pulse is positive as one can sense a need and willingness to invest in technology and to better their systems to attain higher efficiencies, higher growth & cost savings.”

Mr. Rohit Pandit is the Director of Indian subsidiary of Intex Consulting GmbH - a consulting and Software Company, headquartered in Wuppertal/Germany.

Rohit further expresses his support to the Innovation theme selected for ITMA-2011. He acknowledges- “The ITMA theme of Innovation was apt as the global competitive situation demands textile companies to keep looking at investing in new products, machinery, markets and systems.”

For his company, he describes that exhibiting at ITMA online (a precursor initiative to ITMA-2011 by Fibre2fashion) was good decision as it helped his company to spread good awareness about its participation at ITMA-2011 in Spain. “We've got good exposure before meeting visitors one to one at exhibition place,” avers he.

Mr. Pandit shares that his company got a lot of promising prospects not only from India but also from other parts of the world. As a closing note, the director analyses- “The industry response was positive with a higher turnout compared to previously held ITMA-2007; in terms of the number of visitors and prospects.”

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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