Big names of global and Indian textile machinery manufacturers have confirmed their participation in ITMACH 2014. The event to be held in the textile city of Bhiwandi on the outskirts of Mumbai from January 22-24, 2014, is getting warm response from exhibitors and visitors. Bhiwandi, in spite of being a major textile manufacturing hub, has never hosted any textile machinery exhibition in the past. Thus, ITMACH 2014 being the first of its kind event in the city, has generated high expectations from the visitors, who are looking forward to witness a vibrant textile machinery exhibition.
In the meantime, all of the eight local textile manufacturers' associations, representing the whole industry, have extended their support and active participation in ITMACH 2014. So far, over 60 leading exhibitors have confirmed their bookings in ITMACH 2014 including industry bigwigs like Picanol, Tsudakoma, Staubli, A.T.E., Luwa, Kuesters Calico, Dornier, Aesa, Wan Li, Tai Sang, Texworld, Yamuna, Best Air, Stovec, MS Orange and many more.
Having the participation of the market leaders in ITMACH 2014 affirms its importance for the growing western Indian market. "Picanol, in spite of being the market leader in the shuttleless weaving machinery market in India, we have keen interest in the market around this region. We see good potential for growth in both organized and unorganized weaving sector and continue to be close to our existing and potential customers. ITMACH 2014 will bring the opportunity to interact with large section of our customers based in western India" said ChetanLondhe, VP-Sales, Picanol India.
ITMACH 2014 is expected to draw over 15,000 visitors from across the textile clusters in western India. The promotion of the show in different textile hubs is on and industry professionals and decision makers from Kalyan – Dombivli, Ambarnath-Badlapur – Murbad, Mumbai & Navi Mumbai, Umbergaon & Tarapur, Vapi-Silvassa-Daman, Ichalkaranji, Solapur, Islampur, Kolhapur, Belgaum, Malegaon, Burhanpur, Surat & Ahmedabad, etc are expected in the show.