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Top textile machinery manufacturers to attend GTTES 2019

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Aug '18
Courtesy: GTTES
Courtesy: GTTES
Prominent and key textile machinery manufactures from across the globe will be attending the 2nd Global Textile Technology & Engineering Show (GTTES) 2019, to be held from January 19-20 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai. The event will offer maximum sourcing solutions for textile technology and a connect to new opportunities in Africa.
 
“GTTES is the growth catalyst and optimum business platform with more business leads and new customers offering the best sourcing solution to India’s surging demand for textile industry in Africa and Southeast Asia,” event organiser India ITME Society said in a press release.
 
GTTES 2019 will offer one-stop sourcing solution for Africa’s increasing need through B2B meetings with delegates from Ethiopia, Ghana, Botswana, South Africa, Tanzania, Benin, Togo, and South Sudan in Mumbai on January 18, 2019. This will be good opportunity for machinery manufacturers and accessory manufacturers to access and explore new markets, new customers and new opportunities, the release said.
 
Besides Africa, India is also in focus for sourcing solution for delegates from Egypt, Bangladesh, Korea, Uzbekistan, Iran, Sri Lanka and other countries.
 
GTTES focuses to empower the textile industry through ensuring B2B interactions with textile machinery manufactures from across the globe such as Itema Weaving, Dornier, Staubli, Weavetech, Lifebond, Tsudokoma, Inditec International, Prashant, Gamatex, Laxmi Shuttleless Looms, Amrtilaxmi, Karl Mayer, Luwa, Jai Ashapura, Premier Looms, Best Impex, Mayur Reeds & healds, LCC, ATE, Elgi Equipments, Industrial Boilers, Simta, Blue Moon/Bluesky, Inspiron, Yamuna, Colorjet, Pranshi Engineers, DCC, Blue Jade, Jay Instruments/Jaysynth, Lathia Rubber, Jainam Textile Engineering, Viral Enterprises, Meera Industries, Anjney Tubes India, RB Electronic, OM Textiles Solution, Kothari Infotech, Photokina Chemicals, New Aradhana Polyplast, JVD Machines, Texfab, Eastern Engg., Menzel/Bianco, Synergy Textile Machinery, Sun Yarnguides Industries, Chemcast Engineers, Yash Digital, Technocraft Industries, Raj Industries, Multispan Control Instruments, Shri Maruti International, True Colours, Changzhou Tonghe, Zhejiang Wanshifa, Zhejiang Yufeng Machinery, Ausun Machinery, etc. 
 
“The 2nd edition of GTTES is especially exciting since all the Export Promotion Councils have endorsed this event as a platform for meeting up with domestic requirement with the ‘Make in India’ initiative for encouraging and facilitating the Textile & Textile Engineering Sector,” said India ITME Society executive director Seema Srivastava.
 
The event has successfully made a strong position amongst India’s regional textile hubs like Bhiwandi, Ichalkaranji, Faridabad, Vapi, Surat, Ahmedabad, Jetpur, Guntur, Vijayawada, Umargaon, Panipat, Chennai, Tiruppur, Erode, Salem, Madurai, Silvassa, etc as a key sourcing platform for textile business.
 
On the first day of the event, the Society of Dyers & Colourists International India Pvt Ltd will conduct a session on ‘Educating the technology innovations in Textile Colouration’. On the second day, the Indian Technical Textiles Association will hold a session on ‘Technology and Machinery Innovations for Technical Textiles’. (RKS)
 

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