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Technotex to highlight India's technical textile potential
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Mar '16
Technical textiles has a huge potential still untapped in India. The Technotex 2016, the 5th international conference on technical textiles would be highlighting the vision of the industry towards taking this sector to new growth trajectory, according to the organisers of the trade show.

The largest event of technical textile industry in India, jointly organized by FICCI and the ministry of textiles will be held from April 21-23 at Goregaon, Mumbai.

The event would highlight the huge potential of the technical textiles sector, which is approximately around Rs 1,58,540 crore in size and expected to grow at 20 per cent per annum over the next two years.

The Technotex show comprises of an international exhibition, conference and seminars and is a common platform for interaction amongst stakeholders from across the global technical textile value chain, welcoming participants, visitors and other key decision makers from a diverse cross section of the technical textile industry.

According to FICCI, Technotex exemplifies the immense potential for trade and investment between India and foreign countries in the technical textile sector. The objectives of the event includes projecting the status, facilities and services on R&D, quality control, government regulations and controls and rules and procedures.

This year, more than 15,000 business visitors are expected at the event, which focuses on promoting the technical textile industry to make India a manufacturing hub in the area of technical textiles under the 'Make in India' initiative of government of India.

On display at the expo will be the latest products, machinery, equipment and developments in the industry for generating business. The show will also encourage joint venture partnerships, project collaborations, transfer of technology, investments and R&D. (NA)

Click here to know more and register for the event.

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