“At our booth IS 361, we are going to showcase our latest models of water jet looms, high-speed electronic rapier looms with jacquard, and high-speed electronic jacquard lace machines,” Manoj Sorathiya, owner of the Surat-based company, told Fibre2Fashion.
Sunrise also provides consulting service to set-up new weaving factory. “The service is complimentary for our customers,” adds Sorathiya.
“Our main focus is on weaving sector, where quality product with consistency are demand of modern era. Our products are most suitable for upcoming challenges of Indian textile industry. Our ‘basics of textiles’ is a learning programme for emerging textile entrepreneurs, where our customers can learn about new textile technology. Our mission is to make the Indian textile industry number one in the world,” said Sorathiya. (RKS)
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