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Indian textile firms on trade mission to Colombia
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Feb '14
Around twelve Indian firms operating in the textile sector are currently on a trade mission to the Colombian cities of Medellin and Bogota, with the aim of forming strategic alliances with Colombian firms operating in the sector.
 
According to a statement issued by Camara Colombia India (Colombia-India Chamber of Commerce and Industry), the Synthetic and Rayon Textiles Export Promotion Council (SRTEPC) of India has organized the buyer-seller meet ‘INTEXPO 2014’ for Indian entrepreneurs to present their products to Colombian buyers.
 
Indian entrepreneurs are presenting various products such as cotton fabrics, synthetic fibers, wool fabrics, fabrics for shirts, suits and yarn to Colombian manufacturers with the objective of forming alliances and trade contacts to increase market share of Indian textiles in Colombia.
 
Several meetings between local entrepreneurs of Colombia and business representatives from India are being organized with the aim of showcasing the latest trends and developments in the Indian textile industry.
 
Parallel to the event, an exhibition of Indian textile products open to the public is also being held to encourage Colombians to buy more Indian textile goods.
 
The twelve Indian textile firms visiting Colombia are Balavigna Wvg. Mills Pvt Ltd., Banswara Syntex Ltd., Chiripal Industries Ltd., Deekay Trexim (India) Pvt. Ltd., Encot Fabrics Pvt. Ltd., Jainco International, Khator Fibre & Fabrics Ltd., Napoleon Overseas, Raj Rajendra Industries Ltd., Raymond Ltd., Rishab Apparel Pvt. Ltd., and Sri Nav Durga Textile Processors Ltd.
 

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