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Textile machinery exhibition to be held in Pakistan
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Oct '14
The 8th international garment, textile and leather machinery and accessories exhibition and conference (IGATEX Pakistan) will be held at the Expo center, Lahore from the 21st of October to 24th of October this year.

The highlights of the event include technical seminars, business-to-business match making, regional visitors, and buyers’ promotions.

The exhibition will feature over 550 exhibitors from 35 countries including China, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Turkey, Taiwan, and Switzerland. The exhibit profiles for the event include accessories for textile machinery, apparel machineries, cloth processing machineries, etc. The expected visitors for the event include owners, C.E.O’s. directors, decision makers, technical managers, manufacturers, distributors, importers, and exporters from textile and garment knitwear, spinning, weaving, etc.

Working and stand-alone demonstrations of various cutting edge industry tools and technology will be a part of the event. High-level machinery, equipments, and accessories which provide business opportunities and will increase the product worth will be displayed in the event. The exhibition will also help to improvise trade benefits and increase foreign investments and spending through business visits by international delegates.

The event would be a professionally enriching experience for textile machinery manufacturers, providing them an opportunity to directly market their equipment to quality buyers and decision makers in a competitive, global business environment.

IGATEX Pakistan 2014, organized by FAKT Exhibitions Pvt Ltd, is a leading event with strategic partners such as Textile Machinery Manufacturer’s and Supplier’s Association of Pakistan (TEXMAP), All Pakistan Textile Manufacturers Association (APTMA), Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association (PRGMEA) and Pakistan Textile Journal (PTJ) etc. (GK)

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