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Symposium on automotive textiles to be held in New Delhi
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Dec '08
The Indian automotive industry has experienced an unprecedented boom in the recent years growing strongly at a CAGR of around 16%. This boom is triggered primarily by factors like increase in disposable incomes and standards of living of middle class Indian families and the Indian government's liberalization measures.

Further as travel has become an integral party of everyone's life, issues such as comfort and safety have taken on a high priority. All these factors clearly indicate brilliant prospects for the automotive textile industry which will lead to consequent increased demand of the technical textile components used in automobiles.

In order to tap the growing demand of these textiles and to avoid imports, domestic enterprises must gear up production and supply of automotive textiles such as webbings, airbags, nylon tyre cord, seat covers, headliners, helmets, safety belts, interior carpets etc.

In today's economic scenario when the Indian automotive industry is in the midst of a major structural transformation the Indian businesses must work towards retaining the attractiveness of the Indian market and further enhance competitiveness in the market place. The advantageous path to move ahead is identification of appropriate technology which would be required to produce internationally competitive products.

About the Symposium:
Looking at the opportunities galore ICE (The Italian Trade Commission), ACIMIT (Association of Italian Textile Machinery Manufacture) & BCH (Business Co-ordination House) along with a consortium of international companies are bringing forth the symposium on automotive textiles, 'Italian Technology for Automotive- Engineering Innovative Materials' on 22nd January, 2009 at Shangri-La Hotel, Ashoka Road, New Delhi.

At the symposium, ACIMIT and BCH will deliberate on the global and the Indian market respectively. The event will also feature presentations from the leading Italian machinery manufacturers like BONINO Carding Machines, COMEZ S.p.A, CORAMTEX, HIP-MITSU, LORIS BELLINI, ramisch Guarneri, OT-LAS, PLM Impianti S.r.L and SMIT TEXTILE.

The Italian machinery manufacturers will present their areas of expertise, covering the entire value chain from spinning, weaving, knitting, nonwovens, finishing, printing, dyeing, coating and laminating. In all, the event aims to provide a forum for fruitful interaction and exchange of ideas.

The symposium will also provide recommendations to the attendees for further strengthening their decisions and to generate positive feeling for new investment in this field through ample networking sessions.

Who Should Attend?:
The target participants for the symposium are the leading industry players of the automotive and allied field who believe in product development; raw material suppliers; aspiring entrepreneurs and decision makers. Also in attendance would be associations and regulatory commission to whom development of India's automotive sector is of key interest along with academicians/ researchers thus covering the entire value chain.

Business Co-ordination House


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