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Second day of ITMACH records over 6000 visitors
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Jan '14
Regular flow of visitors continued on Day 2 of ITMACH 2014, in Bhiwandi. The second day recorded over 6000 visitor registrations. Exhibitors have evinced satisfaction with the response at the show.

While visitors from Bhiwandi were there, business delegates also came in from Ichalkaranji, Malegaon, Solapur, Ujjain, Ludhiana, Panipat, and also from southern India.

Exhibitors received serious enquiries during the first two days of the show. Many business deals have been finalized. There was a lot of interest in weaving and allied technologies, especially of Indian origin.

Weavers are finding these machines to be a good fit for their upgradation needs towards shuttleless looms, in terms of productivity, price, service. International exhibitors too have received good response.

Exhibitors and organizers expect even bigger crowds on the last day, as more weavers from Bhiwandi will converge at the exhibition grounds, tomorrow being the weekly holiday here. Also, more delegates are expected from other clusters from around the country.

The organizers have announced ITMACH 2015, next year. “The local industry and exhibitors have evinced keen interest in such sustained efforts. The industry in Bhiwandi has given us whole-hearted support in this venture. We will therefore strive to make this a regular event, with the objective of helping the industry’s upgradation process,” said the organizers.

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