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Igatex Pakistan 2017 participants vow to start JVs
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May '17
The participants at Pakistan's 10th International Textile Machinery and Garment Technology Exhibition (Igatex 2017) have vowed to start joint ventures. At the recently concluded textile exhibition, foreign companies at large have assured to associate with Pakistani companies for business. Various business deals were also developed during the programme.

"The 10th exhibition was the most successful event of the series where many companies have announced to return to to participate in the Lahore exhibition to be held on the same dates next year. The response of the event was way beyond our expectations," Saleem Khan Tanoli, chief executive officer of Fakt Exhibitions, told the media.

"More than 550 companies from 35 countries, including Germany, Italy, UK, USA, China and Switzerland, participated in the exhibition, which was a record participation," Tanoli said.  Visitors to the expo represented buyers from department stores, retail chains, and independent retailers, wholesalers, trading houses, agents, importers and more.

The fair was an opportunity for textile manufacturers to directly market their equipment to quality buyers and decision makers in an exceeding competitive global business environment. Igatex 2017 gave businesses a platform to showcase their product and manufacturing capabilities to an audience of quality buyers. The show included working and stand alone demonstrations of various cutting edge industry tools and technology.

Nearly 73 Italian, 50 Chinese, 70 German, 25 Turkish and 80 Pakistani companies showcased their products at the international expo. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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