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GTTES-2015 to focus on post-spinning segments
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Dec '14
Global Textile Technology & Engineering Show (GTTES), to be held from 20-22nd January 2015 at Mumbai, is a single window access to textile technology, new markets and customers, engineering solutions and international trade. GTTES-2015 brings focus to post-spinning segments and provides once stop solution for every business in the textile segments. This event is supported by Heavy Industry Ministry (Government of India) and Textile Department (Government of Maharashtra).
 
GTTES-2015, organized by India ITME Society is set to be the trend setter and catalyst for the textile and textile engineering industry in India as well as globally. A very unique opportunity given to the exhibitors of GTTES-2015 is a facility to promote their company brand and product/services online worldwide for 3 months apart from 3 day live demo and one-to-one interaction with customers on 20th, 21st & 22nd January 2015 at Mumbai.
 
This Textile Technology event is the correct platform to start the year 2015 for all the businesses in: spinning accessories and spare parts sector; weaving machinery sector; processing machinery sector; nonwoven and technical textiles sector; digital printing machinery sector; garment, knitting, and embroidery machinery sector; textile chemical and dyes sector; fibre and yarn sector; jute machinery sector; accessories /spare parts/component sector; and waste water management and green technology.
 
With a total of 235 exhibitors and exhibition area of 11,500 sq m, this event is said to be the largest textile technology event in India after India ITME series. A very strong participation from China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, and the US, apart from India gives a mix platter display of modern technology, price competitiveness, customized services, expanded network and new market members for both exhibitors and visitors.
 
This event is promoted worldwide through media partners and various other channels, and has attracted group buyers in spinning accessories and spare parts from overseas, weaving machinery from domestic weaving hubs, delegations from Ethiopia, Sudan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Korea, Mozambique, Egypt,  China, Taiwan, Sri Lanka  etc giving rise to an excitement and anticipation for textile industry in India.
 
GTTES-2015 will also have a special session on government procurement process and government subsidies giving information to small and medium enterprises on how they can avail these opportunities despite the size and financial limitations.
 
All in all, GTTES-2015 is set to create new chain of events for all the exhibitors pushing the business to a new level for the year 2015. It is an appropriate platform to start the year and enhance brand image for the exhibitors.
 
If you are in textile business as a manufacturer, trader, distributor, retailer agent, professional, academician, or a student, this is an event you should participate and be present.
 
This 3 day event to be held on 20th, 21st, and 22nd of January 2015 at Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre, Mumbai, organized by India ITME Society, is a must activity for textile and textile engineering industry.
 

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