7th Gartex Texprocess India held in Delhi on Aug 5
New Delhi, Aug 6 (KNN) The seventh edition of Gartex Texprocess India was held at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi on Friday.
The trade fair hosted more than 200 exhibitors with over 1,000 products and machinery from varied sectors.
The fair was inaugurated by Upendra Prasad Singh, secretary, ministry of textiles, the government of India.
The primary objective of the fair was to provide an opportunity to the local traders to showcase their products and engage with 200 plus companies from garment and textile machinery, fabrics, accessories, and allied industries.
Speaking at the inauguration, Singh said “The Indian government is working towards upscaling size and scale of the textile industry through policies such as the mega textile park which is aimed at solving the problem of the fragmented value chain as well as size and scale. Sustainability and circularity in the textile ecosystem also need to be developed. We are also focusing on incentivizing textile machine manufacturing to encourage foreign manufacturers to build textile machinery within India.”
The fair along with displaying local products is also displaying manufacturing technologies in garment and textile, denim, fabrics and screen printing, including TS 1800 Digital Thread Dyeing System by Orange-O-Tec,amongst others.
The fair also witnessed a knowledge forum to impart in-depth insights on interesting industry topics, such as ‘impact of content creation, ‘trends AW 2023’, ‘reducing audit fatigue through SLCP’, and ‘Fashion Forward – Challenges, strategies and opportunities.’
The event is being supported by the ministry of textiles as well as chief industry associations and trade bodies like The Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI), Denim Manufacturers Association (DMA), Maskati Cloth Mahajan, Retailers Association of India (RAI) and by many more organisations. (KNN Bureau)