The 8th Textech Sri Lanka 2017 International Expo, an exhibition on textile garment technology and machinery, focuses on the entire textile and garment sector of the country. The fair is currently underway in Colombo along with two concurrent fairs, – 26th Dye+Chem Sri Lanka 2017 International Expo and 8th Colombo International Yarn & Fabric Show 2017.
More than 200 exhibitors from over 6 countries are participating in these three-day expos. The 3 expos are targeting the entire business community and are playing an important role by assembling worldwide technology, machinery and material manufacturers and chemical sector under one roof.
The Dye+Chem expo is not only targeting the textile and apparel sector, but also to the entire manufacturing sector of Sri Lanka.
CEMS-Global's Sri Lanka branch, CEMS Lanka, launched the fair with a vision to further expand into the fast booming Sri Lankan sector and bringing reputed international manufacturers and suppliers through its exhibitions to Sri Lanka.
With the ever increasing competition in the world market, the industries of Sri Lanka can expand their share in the market abroad and at the same time attract more foreign investment in the garment and textile industry, said CEMS Lanka in a press release.
The textile and apparel industry of South Asia has a key position in the export sector. Keeping in mind the potential of this sector and to further boost exports, CEMS-Global has been organising the Textech series of exhibitions for the last 17 years. The organiser brought this International branded exhibition to Sri Lanka as there is a need for exhibitions, which display the latest technology that the country can obtain to compete in the global market.
The Textech, Dye+Chem and Yarn & Fabric are CEMS-Global's international series of exhibitions which are held in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Brazil and Indonesia. Dye+Chem and Yarn & Fabric series of events are also organised in India and Singapore. (KD)
Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India