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ITAMMA participates at Indo Inter Tex 2016

Jul 01, 2016

ITAMMA is one of the oldest and largest textile engineering associations in the world. It has organised many events helping its members from the textile engineering industry by providing a platform for business interaction with the industrialists and entrepreneurs from the textile industry.
ITAMMA has always organised events like catalogue shows, B2B meetings, seminars, workshops, exhibitions, etc., at a national level, to give a opportunity to its members to enhance their business in the domestic market.
In regard with the international Market, since two decades, ITAMMA have been participating in most of the important international exhibitions, organised in the developing countries with a good potential of business. While doing so, it was found that events like networking dinner gave a good opportunity for more interaction with the business visitors on a personal level, and so accordingly ITAMMA organised such events at Bangladesh, Vietnam and Indonesia, which received overwhelming response from the industrialists of that country.
Also, such events give an opportunity to our members to know about the growth of the textile industry of various countries and also to interact with the foreign delegates, and to get to know the latest technological development available with them. Thus, ITAMMA is promoting the ´Make in India´ concept through this event.
During this event, ITAMMA has also given a special opportunity for its members to introduce their company profile and products, and also a catalogue display show was organised.
A networking event was organized on April 29, 2016 at Hotel Danau Sunter (Sunlake Hotel) which registered a very good response from more than 115 visitors, comprising of industrialists/entrepreneurs from Jakarta and Bandung textile clusters.

During this event, Mayank Roy, President, ITAMMA welcomed the audience which was followed by presentations from: P Kaushik, Partner of Bea Electronics, Gwalior, who gave details about a special development available with them for developing slubs in the yarn as a requirement of fancy yarn; Sanjay Kovarkar, Head ´ Marketing of Inspiron Engineering Pvt Ltd, Ahmedabad, gave a presentation on various range of spinning and wet processing machines, manufactured by them.

Suhas Sawant of Super Tex Industries, Mumbai, explained about the different varieties of cots and aprons manufactured by them, while Dharmar, Proprietor of Texsonics Systems, Coimbatore gave a brief information in regard with the technological developments made by him to control the defect slubs in yarn. ND Mhatre gave a presentation on behalf of Yash Textiles Machines Pvt Ltd, Mumbai as Navin Sharma was not available.

At their stall, ITAMMA had displayed the catalogs of 25 member participants who received a tremendous response from more than 150 visitors from different categories viz about 15 per cent from spinning, 1 per cent from weaving, 15 per cent from wet processing, 19 per cent from traders and consultants, 11 per cent from others, and remaining were students.