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'Enquiries generated at ITME satisfactory'- Mr Parekh, R.B. Electronic & Engg

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Dec '08
Mr JJ Parikh, VP - Sales
The recently concluded India-ITME fair was able to attract over 750 global machinery exhibitors from across the globe. Many reputed Indian machinery and equipment manufacturers participated in the fair in a big way. One of those companies was R.B. Electronic & Engineering Pvt. Ltd (RBE), a manufacturer of Soft Overflow Dyeing Machines, Yarn Heat Setting & Conditioning Autoclaves and Weaving Preparatory Machines and also laboratory equipments for Dyeing, Finishing & Testing applications.

RBE has always been in forefront in adoption of new trends and technology. Products of RBE, an ISO 9001:2000 company, assist the dyer in, precise control of process parameters, eliminating errors caused due to human dependency, reproducing results and getting uniform dyeing results, in avoiding reprocessing, thus leading to substantial saving. The company also commands a strong base in excess of 12,000 loyal customers.

To get an exhibitor's perspective about the fair, fibre2fashion.com spoke to JJ Parekh, Vice President - Sales of RBE and asked him to share his experience with our readers. Mr Parikh was all praise for the enquiries that were generated by saying, “In spite of global slow down and financial crises in the world in general and textile and garment in industry in particular, we had around 500 visitors out of which around 200 were active inquiries and rest were for their future needs, which we consider satisfactory.”

But the only black cloud in an otherwise admirable event according to him, were the arrangements. He said, “In terms of facilities and other criteria, there were some grey areas, but considering that ITME India was hosted for the first time at Bangalore we understand their difficulties and hope next time around, things will be better.”

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