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300 companies partake at Denim B2B expo 'InDIGO'
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Apr '13
Denim Club India created history yet another time by successfully organizing the second edition of the flagship denim B2B event - InDIGO - on 19th and 20th April, 2013, which included a unique first-ever set-up of a live display of a state-of-the-art denim jeans production line during the event.

The mood was upbeat, and there was excitement in the air, as the second edition of InDIGO opened up, promising an out-of-this-world experience to all the guests, visitors and exhibitors, for two full days.

InDIGO 2013 covered the denim value chain very comprehensively, witnessing the participation of industry segment leaders, showcasing the best, and the latest, to a very large number of professionals and decision makers from the entire denim fraternity, from India and abroad.

The event was inaugurated by H. E. Burak Akcapar, Ambassador of Turkey to India, on the morning of 19th April, 2013, in the august presence of Shri S. N. Modani, MD, Sangam Denim, Dr. Darlie Koshy, DG, IAM and ATDC, Mr. Harinder Lamba, CEO, MUST Garments, Bahrain, Mr. Ratnadeep Lal, Founder, IIFT, and Mr. Prashant Agarwal, JMD, Wazir Consultants.

H. E. Burak Akcapar was highly appreciative of the event, and specifically mentioned in his address to the gathering that visiting InDIGO was a very unique experience for him. While congratulating the organizers for organizing such a highly focused event, H. E. stated that he and his team will endeavor to ensure participation of Turkish companies engaged in denim related business in the next edition of InDIGO.

The second edition of InDIGO was bigger and better than the first edition, in terms of participation of denim related businesses, and also in terms of the comprehensive coverage of the denim value chain. The show, dedicated exclusively to denim supply chain, is the only event in Asia which covers the denim value chain so comprehensively, and has redefined the meaning of B2B expositions for the denim industry. InDIGO 2013 has set a new global benchmark for all other denim shows in the world by installing a live jeans factory and producing jeans during the show.

InDIGO 2013 witnessed participation of industry segment leaders including polyester major Indorama Synthetics, and PKPN Spinning Mills, a leading manufacturer of cotton spandex yarn, Clariant, representing the yarn dyeing segment, with Oswal Denim, LNJ Denim, Modern Denim, R&B Denim, and Vinod Denim representing the denim fabric segment. RTW denim jeans were displayed by various companies, like Oswal, Gadget to complete the picture.

The show also had the presence and participation of Chaudhary Labels, Preet Buttons,YKK India, renowned manufacturers of labels, buttons and zippers respectively, the essential accessories that go into the making of any pair of jeans.

Groz Beckert, Tukatech, IntelloCut, ROIDEC Chemicals, The Denim Culture, Pack Impex and Wonder Polymers contributed in completing the picture by showcasing their specific offerings for the denim industry. The presence of SGS India added a lot of value to the exposition by making it possible for the business visitors to get answers to their queries relating to testing and certification. The booths of Denimsnadjeans.com, a denim consulting business, and Genext Logistics, a company specializing in logistics and freight forwarding, were much sought after by the visitors and participants.


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