“For the first time since our inception eight years back, we came across real and meaning-full Indian buyers for our computerized embroidery machines at the ITME 2012 machinery trade fair”, said a very ecstatic CEO of Tai Sang Enterprise Limited.
China based - Tai Sang Enterprise Limited, a producer of various varieties of computerised embroidery machines participated in the recently concluded ITME-2012 in Mumbai – India and received a massive and overwhelming response from the Indian visitors.
Continuing further, Mr Da Shan said, “Though we have had a good response from the Indian market in the past, we have always been on the lookout for customers who believe in quality and want to enhance technology and thereby give creative meaning to their embroidery production activity”.
Among other embroidery machines, Tai Sang for the very first time in India introduced – ‘Platinum’ model embroidery machine’. It has the capability to embroider on even a 15 GSM Pashmina as well as very high GSM fabrics like denim jeans and towels of all types.
Tai Sang provided a demo to the ITME visitors at the stall itself. Tai Sang did embroidery sampling for pure silk traders on their original hand-woven silk fabric of 25 GSM and on 15 GSM Pashmina. The icing on the cake was doing embroidery with pure gold zari on a pure gold lungi, used during pooja at the Tirupati Balaji temple.
Visitors could also witness embroidery done on denim jeans. They were also shown the latest fashion trend of using ethnic embroidered designs with cording on the belts portion & pockets of denim jeans. The Tai Sang team did embroidery on towel sets for one of the biggest towel exporter from India & now is in talks for an order.
The Platinum model has 6 needles and 3 heads of 300 mm x 300 x 800 size. Other features include dual/sandwich sequin, easy cording and easy chenille and it has a stitching speed of 1200 RPM.
Tai Sang was able to bag an order from a silk weaver in Assam, order for six machines from Ichalkaranji in Maharashtra and an order was also placed by a Nepali Pashmina fabric producer. A garment exporter from Mumbai too placed an order for a machine and who was delivered the machine exhibited at ITME. He is now eager to place order for another one.
Explaining his opinion on ITME 2012, Mr Da Shan said, “India ITME as we all know is the platform to showcase your best products as the visitors here look for quality. After a two-year gap, ITME 2012 brought light for everyone - suppliers as well as buyers”.
He added, “ITME 2012 was a successful story for everyone and has created hope for the Indian textile industryand machinery sector. We had many inquires & A.T.E Enterprises, who are our Indian agents are following them up, with good news coming almost every week, since ITME 2012 ended”.
Tai Sang Enterprise Limited