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MEGATECH Pakistan 2013 to feature latest textile machinery
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Mar '13
The 11th edition of the International Machinery Exhibition of Garment & Textile Technology – MEGATECH Pakistan 2013 will take place in Pakistan’s second largest city of Lahore from March 28 to 30, 2013.
 
Organized by Pegasus Consultancy, the event will attract textile and garment machinery buyers, manufacturers, distributors and exporters from all over the world.
 
Featuring a range of latest innovations by various local and international textile machinery giants, the exhibition will also serve as a business promotion platform for domestic and foreign textile as well as garment manufacturers.
 
The three-day-long event would showcase textile and leather related avant-garde machinery, technology and accessories, such as fabric dyeing machines, apparatus felting needles, boilers, chemicals and dyes, braiding systems, CAD CAM software and narrow textile production devices.
 
Other than the vast display of equipment, the expo will also feature fabric materials like denim, silk, polyester, wool, nylon, shoulder padding and linen.  
 
In 2012, the tenth edition of MEGATECH Pakistan 2013 was attended by representatives of various textile and clothing firms and buyers from countries like Austria, Belgium, China, Germany, Hong Kong and India. 
 

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