Messe Frankfurt, MEX Exhibitions tie-up for textile sector
With portfolio expansion and future development of the industry in sight, the organisers of Texprocess India and Gartex India have entered into a strategic alliance to form a unified industry platform â€˜Gartex Texprocess Indiaâ€™.
With portfolio expansion and future development of the industry in sight, the organisers of Texprocess India and Gartex India have entered into
a strategic alliance to form a unified industry platform â€˜Gartex Texprocess Indiaâ€™. The event will be part of Messe Frankfurtâ€™s Texpertise Network leveraging on the groupâ€™s strong global network and expertise in the sector.
Leading in both apparel consumption and exports, India
holds the second largest textile manufacturing capacity globally with the textile machinery sector witnessing a growth of 8-10 per cent year on year. As the worldâ€™s second largest exporter of textiles and clothing projected to reach $300 billion
by 2024, Indian apparel manufacturers are moving towards increasing their manufacturing capacities
and upgrading technology, giving rise to automation garmenting processes to enter the Indian market.
Having made its debut in 2016, both Texprocess India
and Gartex India received tremendous response from
the industry with leading associations and companies
in the garment and textile machinery sector coming forward to support the shows.
At the internationally-renowned Texprocess, exhibitors from around the world converge to present the latest machines, plants, processes and services for the manufacture of garments and textile and flexible materials. While Texprocess India was launched as a pavilion to create an innovation platform for garment-manufacturing and textile processing at Techtextil India tradeshow in Mumbai, Gartex India exhibition was held annually in New Delhi and has grown wider in scope covering not just garment and textile manufacturing value chain but has also added segments like innerwear manufacturing zone, Laundry & Denim show along the way in addition to digital textile printing, embroidery and other existing verticals. With the merger of the two strong textile trade fair brands, the organisers, Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India and MEX Exhibitions, aspire
to work in collaboration for Indiaâ€™s textile industry development, facilitating global sourcing and networking in the textile value chains.
Gaurav Juneja, Director of MEX Exhibitions, said: â€œGartex India has grown multifold in size since its debut in 2016, making the event wider in scope and greater in significance year after year. It has created new standards for the industry in terms of enhancing awareness, excellent networking, knowledge dissemination and industry bonding. Now, it is time to take it to the next level and this Strategic Alliance with Texprocess of Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India, Gartex India will realise
its true potential and soar to even greater heights.â€
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