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Opportunity for garment exporters - AEPC

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Apr '07
The booking of 84 balance showrooms at Apparel House has been opened in the fourth phase with revised criteria i.e. the applicant should be a member of AEPC having export / domestic turn over minimum of Rs. 20 lac can book a maximum of 4 showrooms in total.

However one application will be allowed for one showroom only. The showroom would be allotted on FCFS basis i.e. first come first serve with subject to availability of showroom .

The Council is a nodal agency sponsored by the Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India entrusted with the dual responsibility of monitoring garment exports quotas and promotion of exports of readymade garments from India.

Over the last 25 years, the council has been continuously involved in the task of promoting exports by organising buyer-seller meets, leading trade delegations to potential markets globally, participating in specialised international fairs, organising the India International Garment Fair biannually, organising seminars on fashion and workshops on technical aspects of the industry.

In its constant endeavour to promote and expose Indian garments in the International market for greater visibility and choice of products.

Apparel Export Promotion Council


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