Gartex Texprocess India witnessed huge visitation from PAN India! Well-organised shows at the event receive applause

by Apparel Resources News-Desk

12-August-2019  |  2 mins read

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The show was inaugurated by (L-R) Raj Manek, ED and Board Member, Messe Frankfurt Asia Holdings Ltd; Michael Jänecke, Director, Brand Management (Technical Textiles & Textile Processing) Messe Frankfurt GmbH; and Himani Gulati, Director,  MEX Exhibitions; Gagandeep Singh Secretary-General, Denim Manufacturers Association and Gaurav Juneja, MEX Exhibitions

The first ever Gartex Texprocess India, which saw participation from over 200 exhibitors,  concluded today at Delhi!

The exuberance and happiness among the exhibitors was seen to be believed as most of them got good business leads, which was majorly owing to quality footfall seen on all three days. They were also appreciative of the manner in which the shows were organised during the event.

There were huge number of visitors from PAN India, who could not have asked for better place than Gartex Texprocess to explore the best of latest technologies and machines.

The show witnessed good visitors from all leading hubs (and across different departments too) as team Apparel Resources met garment manufacturers of Ludhiana, Kolkata, Ahmedabad and many such hubs. Few good retailers too visited the show; one among them was Ram Chandra Agarwal, MD, V2 Retail Ltd and his technical team. “I liked digital printing most in the show and we are now planning to invest in the same,” he said.

The ‘Denim Show’, which ran parallel to the main event, also proved fruitful for the visitors (especially jeans producers) as they witnessed some of the latest collections of most of the leading denim mills.

Amongst the leading exporters who visited the show were teams of Orient Craft, Wear Well, Moissanite Apparels, Noida and Alps Industries to mention a few. Vivek Saxena, Director of the Moissanite Apparels explored seamless technology and digital printing at the event.

There were also plenty of garment manufacturers for domestic market at the event. Puneet Sodhi and Gurman Sodhi of Gurman Clothing, Ludhiana shared that they were at the event to further their plan to upgrade their infrastructure.

Most of the exhibitors who displayed various kinds of machines claimed that they either have new models or upgraded machines, which elicited appreciation from the visitors.

All in all, it was a happy hunting ground for exhibitors and visitors.

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