New Delhi’s GartexTexprocess attracts over 11,000 visitors

New Delhi’s GartexTexprocess attracts over 11,000 visitors

Backed by strong support from the Ministry of Textiles and chief industry associations, GartexTexprocess India came to a resounding conclusion with a footfall of 11,258 visitors in its seventh edition at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The trade fair also proved instrumental in promoting India’s domestic capabilities in denim and fabric production.

India’s leading trade fair on garment and textile machinery, fabrics, accessories, and allied industries, GartexTexprocess India has recorded its second successive edition, this year. Following a successful Mumbai launch earlier in May, the trade fair that recently concluded in New Delhi witnessed a gathering of over 11,258 business visitors from 26 Indian states and 3 UTs. The trade fair also attracted international visitors from 21 countries including France, Indonesia, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, UAE, the UK and USA, owing to an extensive display of over 1,000 products and machinery from 207 exhibitors. Incorporated with Denim Show, Fabrics & Trims Show and Screen Print India, the trade fair received immense support from the Ministry of Textiles and trade bodies such as The Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI), Retailers Association of India (RAI) and the Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC). Moreover, the trade fair’s organisers MEX Exhibitions and Messe Frankfurt India also joined hands withindustry bodies like Denim Manufacturers Association (DMA) and FABEXA, the nodal arm of Maskati Cloth Mahajan to bring India’s top denim and fabric manufacturers to showcase their production capabilities. Companies from Ahmedabad’s Maskati Cloth Mahajan who participated at the exhibition booked orders worth 300 crore during the show days. Elaborating on the trade fair’s role in promoting fabric manufacturers, Babulal Sonigra, Ex-Chairman, FABEXA Committee, Maskati Cloth Market Mahajan, shared, “Over11,000 traders visited the show and around 300 crore orders were booked during the three show days. We look forward to a prosperous Diwali season this year and are hopeful that orders worth 400 crore will be booked by then. Through this fair, a lot of our members are hopeful of new business closures.” With a 42% growth in exhibitor participation, business visitors were impressed by the scale and quality of GartexTexprocess India New Delhi 2022. Anuj Kukreja, Co-owner, House of Sewing Spares, who the fair, shared, “The ambience of this show was great! Everything that I hoped for was presented under one roof and I was able to interact with several exhibitors. I am really happy that I visited this exhibition, it was definitively on par with international standard.” GartexTexprocess India New Delhi 2022 also accrued positive feedback from exhibitors, such as Parag Kothari, Director, Jaysynth Group, who said, “This year we displayed our Digichrome printing solutions and new reactive inks and received an excellent response from clients and visitors. We look forward to participating next year as well.”  

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