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SGI Textile 2018 to focus on digital textile printing
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Apr '17
Courtesy: SGI Dubai
Courtesy: SGI Dubai
The Sign and Graphic Imaging (SGI) Dubai 2018 fair's textile pavilion will propagate the adoption of digital printing. The event will highlight areas like heat transfer printing, digital textile printing, fabric printing, custom flags for tradeshows and conventions, table covers with logos and banners and more. It will be held from January 14-16, 2018.

The show is being organised by International Expo Consults (IEC) part of Falak Holding. Textile printing entrepreneurs from across the world are expected to converge at the event to provide their insights about the textile printing industry.

Open system inkjet print heads that enable use of inks from multiple vendors will be present at SGI Textile 2018. Lower priced competitive solutions, high-quality inkjet print heads and more will also be displayed at the show.

Textile printing is the next big thing due to the growing number of fashion brands and also the growth in events, home décor and hospitality industry sectors. As per the Global Industry Analysts report, the printed textiles market is proposed to reach 29.8 billion square meters by 2020. This marketplace was formerly a trading centre and is now transforming into a vibrant hub that will encompass textile manufacturing and exports.

UAE stands as the world's fourth largest trading centre of textiles, creating revenue of $17.5 billion every year approximately. SGI Dubai 2018 reaches out to serve as an interactive converging destination for stakeholders to explore potential business opportunities. (KD)

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