The "12th Product-cum-Catalogue Show” to be hosted on 11th January 2014 at Haailand Resort, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh will provide an ideal platform to the suppliers (machine & spare part manufacturers, dealers & traders) & the end-users (textile manufacturers/consultants/academicians, etc.) to interact with each other and understand their requirements.
Established in the year 1943, The Indian Textile Accessories & Machinery Manufacturers' Association (ITAMMA), is the largest & oldest Association for the Textile Engineering Industry, having more than 400 members on it roll, drawn from all Clusters in India.
ITAMMA up till now has organized many Product-cum-Catalogue Shows at various textile centres, both in India & abroad, thus giving opportunity to it's members to interact with user industry. The Catalogue shows held so far, have received a tremendous response and proven to be an cost-effective tool in reaching out to the user in the shortest possible time.
During this show, the visitors of the Textile industry of Guntur will get an opportunity to observe the quality products of Machines & Accessories from the field of Spinning, Weaving & Wet-Processing.
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