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Global India Textile Show to take place in Coimbatore
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Mar '10
Global India Textile Show GITS 2010 is being funded under the Market Assistance Initiative Scheme of Ministry of Commerce and Industries, and supported by the Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India.

GITS 2010
The PDEXCIL is organizing the first Reverse Buyer-Seller Meet "Global India Textile Show" on 26th and 27th March 2010 at CODISSIA, Coimbatore. The uniqueness of the event is that prominent buyers from abroad will be visiting the fair and the manufacturer and exporter can have direct interaction with the buyers / buying agencies. The event would also provide a best platform for exhibiting the wide range of power loom products and its unique designs of the best Yarn, Garments, Home textiles and woven fabrics from India.

Made for each other
This is a “made for each other” occasion for the buyers and the manufacturers to meet directly and make the business contacts. GITS 2010 will provide an ample opportunity for the exhibitors to have direct contacts with the buyers / buying agencies thus eliminating the middle-men. The council has taken all efforts to make this a reality.

Our distinguished guests
We are inviting buyers, importers and buying agencies who deal in 'yarn, fabrics, ready made garments, home textiles and technical textiles and woven' - from African Countries, Sri Lanka,Malaysia, Singapore, Mauritius, Bangladesh, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium, UK and US to participate in the fair. GITS 2010 will play the best host and extend the warmth & hospitality.

Global India Textile Show - GITS 2010

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