The Indian authorities fully recognize these sectors and through the Technology Upgraduation Fund Scheme (TUFS), want to promote their growth and take part in the financing.
As for the French textile machinery manufacturers, for already a long time they have considered India as a lead market. Very strong ties with industrialists in India already exist and are considered as long time partnerships.
Thanks to local representatives, the regular organization of seminars in the main Indian textile areas and the participation at many shows, the French machinery manufacturers can offer the service of local partners.
After the 2007 and 2010 seminars, next March 2013, they offer the textile and technical textile industrialists the opportunity to meet once more.
In Delhi, they are expecting industrialists from Northern India (Delhi itself, Panipat, Ludhiana, Amrtisar…). In Surat, industrialists from all over Gujarat, (Ahmedabad, Silvassa, Vapi, Baroda, Vadodara …) which is considered a key region for the textile industries future growth, a region where textile is a reliant industry from the production of the fibre to fabric and garment… as well as certain areas of Maharashtra especially Mumbai…”
What can French technology and service bring?
France is the 6th largest exporter of textile machinery with annual exports of nearly 1.2 Billion USD.
The French companies which will be represented are particularly strong in long fibre spinning, yarn preparation and treatment, modern weaving, dyeing and finishing (fabrics and knits), air conditioning of textile plants, recycling of textile wastes and products, these for apparel textiles, home textiles (including carpet industry), Technical textiles for such applications as the automobile, Personal protection, hygiene, agriculture, medical textiles, composites …).
The machines are state of the of art technologically, the services include quick assistance, spare parts availability, special design, consulting services in such sectors as safety rules and energy savings.
AESA, ALLIANCE, CALLEBAUT de BLICQUY, DOLLFUS& MULLER, LAROCHE, N. SCHLUMBERGER, ROUSSELET, STÄUBLI, SUPERBA, VERDOl and the UCMTF teams look forward welcoming you.
DELHI: Tuesday, March 19, 2013
SURAT: Friday, March 22, 2013
French Textile Machinery Manufacturers Association
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