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Tex-vision 2008 ended on a successful note
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May '08
The three day mega gala Tex-Vision 2008, held at Netaji Indoor Stadium, Eden Gardens, West Bengal, organized by Chamber of Textile Trade and Industry (COTTI), ended quite successfully on May 10.

According to Mr Santosh Kumar Kheria (Conveyor of Trade Fair), more than 63 exhibitors had participated here.

“Big shots like Reliance, Digjam, Indian Rayon and Industries Limited, Anand Suitings, Lux Hosiery, K G Fabrics, Minu Sarees, Rama Krishna (from Ahd), Siyaram, Powerloom Development and Export Promotion Council (Pdexcil), Surya Laxmi Cotton Mills, C S Silks Pvt Ltd participated in the event.” Mr Kheria informed Fibre2fashion.

“This time we could attract a lot many visitors and the estimation goes up to, say, approximately 5000. We are happy that all the participating companies could strike deals to their satisfaction, with amount reaching around one billion.”

Tex-Vision 2008 was inaugurated by Mr Subhash Chakraborty (Minister of Transport & Sports); Mr Manabendra Mukherjee (Textile Minister West Bengal) was the Chief Guest of the event and other dignitaries like Mr M S Mathivanan, Chairman Pedexil were also present here.

Outfits made from denim, cotton printed and embroidered saris showcased here attracted the most visitors.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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