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Dyeing & printing sewn up by embroidery

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Apr '07
GarFab Tx, an exhibition of textile machinery is organized at Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC) party plot in Athwalines The exhibition displays numerous embroidery machines in order to provide an idea about various products and market trends to the manufacturers.

Textile market sources reveals that Surat has shifted its attention towards embroidery sector from the printing units in the last couple of years.

Dyeing and printing asks for more expenditure than embroidery, which is once deemed to be a handicraft and now considered as an industrial product.

According to a textile machinery dealer, Surat textile market is going through a makeover phase and the business has grown by leaps and bounds in the last few years.

Experts in industry say that Surat used to be a textile center earlier, but now it is transforming into an embroidery hub of India with about 20,000 embroidery machines installed in the state and another 20,000 required.


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