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Screen Print Uzbek 2020 to be held in May

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Pic: Screen Print Uzbek
Pic: Screen Print Uzbek
The second edition of Screen Print Uzbek 2020 and the concurrent events, Garmentech Uzbek 2020 and Fabric Show Uzbek 2020, will be held during May 27-29, 2020 in Tashkent. The exhibition, with the theme “Zoom Deep into Textiles” will focus on screen printing, textile printing, digital printing, sublimation printing, textile and apparel machinery.

Devang Sheth, director, Vibgyor Exposition, which is organising the shows, said, “The addition of Fabric Show Uzbek 2020 as a concurrent event is a very positive development as it widens the scope and expands opportunities to cover a greater number of categories. During the interaction with the Uzbek industry experts, we discovered that the Uzbekistan printing market has a positive attitude towards adopting newer technologies and techniques in printing – be it screen, digital, textile, sublimation, packaging, etc. The printing industry there keeps on updating technology and knowledge to build capacities and capabilities to undertake any type of printing services. Considering the needs of the Uzbekistan printing industry and garment printing/ textile industry, Screen Print Uzbekistan 2020 will be organised by us for the second consecutive year.”

“Besides Indian manufacturers and suppliers, we are also approaching many international manufacturers and suppliers to participate in this exhibition. Vibgyor Exposition will make all efforts to make this event a grand success,” Sheth emphasised. According to him, print service providers and print buyers in Uzbekistan and neighbouring countries will have a great opportunity to explore products and services in the field of textile, digital, sublimation printing and graphics/ signage printing and also garment and apparel machinery.

The Uzbek government has announced plans to reduce the export of raw cotton and increase the processing in the domestic market as local value addition. The capacity of yearly cotton production is 1.4 million tons, of which about 60 per cent is used to meet the demand of domestic textile companies.

One of the policy priorities of Uzbekistan is development of its textile industry. Currently, about 7,000 various types of enterprises are involved in textile-related industries in Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan exports its textile products to more than 55 countries. The main export markets are the CIS countries, primarily Russia, as well as the countries of European Union, Latin America, Korea, China, Bangladesh, India, Singapore, Iran, Israel, the United States, etc.

Uzbekistan is among the world’s leading cotton producers. The leading exports from Uzbekistan consist largely of extracted natural resources or raw materials such as cotton and manufactured goods such as machines, and textiles.

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