Techtextil India is all set to take off from September 13 to 15, this year with a host of major industry players like Reliance, Welspun, Groz Beckert, Garware Wall Ropes, Khosla Profil, Luwa India, Lenzing AG, Archroma and CHT India, participating in the 6th version of the event.
The bookings for this textile show have intensified and international contingents from countries like Germany, China, Korea, Switzerland, Italy and Belarus amongst others will be showcasing the latest trends and technologies in this sector.
The show size being increased by 50% since the last edition will have space dedicated to 10 product groups and 12 application areas of Agrotech, Buildtech, Clothtech, Geotech, Hometech, Indutech, Medtech, Mobiltech, Oekotech, Packtech, Protech, and Sporttech.
In retrospect, India’s technical textile and nonwoven industry continues to be one of the fastest growing sectors within the textile industry. India is now looking forward to the latest technology in technical textile, nonwoven and garment machinery. The Techtextil display will be at Bombay Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Apart from pre-arranged buyer-seller meets, Techtextil India also conducts a symposium which is a premier forum for the technical textiles and the nonwoven industry attracting top level speakers and highly qualified professionals across the industry. The conference brings together participants representing the entire cross-section and all stake-holders of the industry at a common platform to learn about the market outlook, trends, developments, opportunities and challenges in the industry and also network with the industry experts.
Some more specific topics that would be highlighted during this event are, protective agrotextiles – advantages and future prospects, textiles in aerospace applications, fibre Innovations for functional and value added nonwovens amongst others.
Another important feature is the launch of Texprocess Pavilion. Texprocess as a brand has been a leading trade fair for international garment manufacturing and textile processing industry. With India’s contribution in the technical textile industry expected to grow at 12 per cent CAGR and reach INR 1,16,217 crore by 2017-18, the need for new technologies in garment manufacturing machinery is on a rise.
Manufacturing technical textiles demands specific raw materials, machinery and equipment that are not readily available in India and importing those materials are expensive. The launch of Texprocess Pavilion will provide all the garment machinery manufacturers a great platform to display their innovations and build a new and strong client base while at the same time allow Indian market to see how these solutions can help expand their existing capabilities.
Covering the entire value chain and displaying the latest technology in technical textiles, nonwoven and garment manufacturing machinery, Techtextil India and Texprocess Pavilion together will aim to be a reliable platform for business and sourcing.