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Igmatex exhibition draws visitors in hordes
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Nov '09
A three day extravaganza ended at the B. M. Birla Institute of Scientific Research ground near Vidhan Sabha, Jaipur on November 8, 2009. Igmatex exhibition was inaugurated by Mr. GM Ambore, Director MSME, Jaipur along Mr. Rajaram Kandoi Secretary GEAR.

Mr. Ambore visited all the stalls at the exhibition and discussed with each and every manufacturers and importers of machines and accessories. He was impressed with the technology displayed here by the premier companies of India. According to him this is a great show in Jaipur for all the exporters in different categories.

Multi-head embroidery machines dominated the 4th Igmatex exhibition. There were six companies, which displayed their multi-head embroidery machines with a range of styles and designs and which also attracted most of the visitors, at the exhibition.

Fashion accessories and tunics evoked positive response with several buyers discussing changes in suitable design. “There is a great variety of sewing, embroidery machines as well as accessories here, and the balance of modern and traditional applications, makes this category interesting”, Mr Rajaram Kandoi, secretary GEAR.

The scale of this fourth edition is larger than the previous three held in previous years, in tune with changing times and needs. Igmatex conducted a survey and prepared a market analyses and came to the conclusion that the development of garment industries in smaller towns is much stronger than the bigger cities.

High speed embroidery machines, industrial sewing machines, Finishing equipments, Testing machines, Knitting machines, Digital printers, CAD/CAM, Lazer cutting machines and all kind of fashion accessories was displayed at the exhibition.

Companies from sewing machines categories have exhibited their machines with environmentally responsive features of every sort. The models on exhibition have been configured with energy-saving servomotors along with automatic sewing machines, which stitch higher-quality seams, in shorter man-hours.

Fabcare, Sunrise, Ramsons and Sunrise introduced a unique array of highly efficient ironing equipments and washing techniques for all kind of units. Knitwear production lines consisted entirely of dry-head sewing machines. This section showcased a knitwear production line consisting entirely of sewing machines integrating dry-head technology.

The theme of Igmatex was Up-gradation this year, with the aim to display innovative and new equipments at the fair. Igmatex exhibition brought together India's top companies such as Mehala machines Ltd., , Studio next, Inside, Capital Apparels, Allianze embroidery, Dayu, Texsoco, Sunrise Technical services, Sunrise garment Finishing equipments, Rajasthan international, Better home, Coated Interlining P. Ltd., Alp sewing machines, Fabcare garment finishing machines, Rainbow, Simir India, Diamond threads, Madhur Threads, Surya threads, Ramsons, Somaya machines, S. Tex, etc.

While speaking to reporters on the side lines of the fair, Mr. Rajesh Sinha, CEO of Igmatex informed that, they have selected 12 locations in India for conducting the Igmatex series of exhibitions and said that fairs had already been conducted in Indore and Kanpur and the next exhibition is planned at Ahmedabad in April 2010.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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