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Over 150 firms to display 300 brands at Gartex 2018

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Jul '18
Courtesy:Gartex India
Courtesy:Gartex India
More than 150 companies are expected to display around 300 brands at Gartex 2018, India’s leading trade show completely dedicated to garmenting and textile manufacturing solutions and technologies. The three-day exhibition beginning August 18 is a one-stop-destination for industry stakeholders to get updated on new trends and business opportunities.

Gartex India 2018 is designed to be the trendsetter for the industry players to showcase new technology, state-of-the-art equipment, materials and services. The show hopes to accelerate technological advances in the Indian textile and garments industry through the showcase of high-quality, high-speed and competitively-priced products.

The exhibiting companies will showcase their innovations under various categories namely Digitex, an exclusive focus on Digital Textile Printing Technology; Embroidery Machines, highlighting innovations in embroidery sector; Garmenting and Apparel Machinery, showcasing technological developments in the garment and apparel manufacturing sector; Fabric and Accessories Pavilion, a focused area to source all embellishments and fabrics and Denim Show, a zone that aims to bring together the denim supply chain under one roof, said the organiser MEX Exhibitions in a press release.

Brands like Apsom Technologies, Britomatics, Colorjet India Ltd., DCC Print Vision LLP, Mehala, Epson India, Green Tech, Aura, Baba Textile Machinery(India)Pvt. Ltd., Best Impex, EFI Optitex, EH Turel, Fabcare garments and Textile Machinery Pvt. Ltd., Fablook International Pvt. Ltd., Gold Stone International, IMA Asia, JN Arora & Co. Pvt. Ltd., Keith Electronics, KMB Papers, Mimaki India, Negi Sign Systems & Supplies Co., Roaches, Stitch Technologies India Pvt. Ltd.(Tajima), Unix, Usmania And Co, Ginni International Ltd., Bhaskar Industries Pvt. Ltd., LNJ Denim(Unit RSWM Ltd.), and many more will be exhibiting in the show.

Further, being India’s fastest growing and one-of-its-kind exhibition on garmenting & textile machinery, fabrics, accessories and allied industries, Gartex guarantees expanded business contacts through corporate networking alongside locating and reaching out to the target customers. Taking part in this event will offer many avenues to branch out B2B trading. Broad exhibit categories include embroidery machines, cutting and sewing machines, fabrics & accessories, needles & threads, laundry & washing equipment, finishing equipment, laser cutting machines, digital textile printing machines, automation and softwares.

The targeted visitors include garment exporters, garment manufacturers, fashion designers, apparel industry professionals, home textile players, textile printing companies, sports & apparel manufacturers, buying houses and others. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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