The 3rd Mumbai edition of ‘Gartex Texprocess India’ commenced today at the Jio World Convention Centre, Mumbai. The event, dedicated to garment and textile manufacturing, promises a platform for innovation and collaboration within the industry.
Government's support for indigenous manufacturing
Chandrakant Patil, Hon’ble Minister of Textile, Higher Education and Technical Education, Parliamentary Affairs, State Border Defense, lauded the organizers for consolidating 'Fabric to Finish solutions' in a single venue. He emphasized the exhibition's role in addressing the diverse needs of textile clusters across India, fostering growth in the domestic manufacturing sector.
Embracing the 'Vocal for Local' initiative
Encouraging attendees to endorse the Government's "Vocal for Local" campaign, Patil stressed its evolution towards a global outlook. He highlighted its significance in promoting local brands and bolstering the 'Make in India' initiative.
Innovations on display
With over 120 exhibitors showcasing innovations across 32 key product categories, including the Denim Show, Fabrics and Trims Show, and Screen Print India-Textile zone, the event provides a glimpse into the latest trends and technologies driving the industry forward.
Government initiatives and industry growth
The Ministry of Textiles' 2023 year-end review highlighted key initiatives such as PM Mitra Parks and investments under the PLI Scheme, indicating a concerted effort to boost the sector's growth. Sharad Jaipuria, President of the Denim Manufacturers Association, emphasized the industry's commitment to advancement and sustainability.
Transformative phase and global participation
Raj Manek, Executive Director of Messe Frankfurt Asia Holdings Ltd, underscored the industry's transformative phase, driven by government support, automation, and innovation. He emphasized the role of events like Gartex Texprocess India in facilitating global collaboration and understanding industry trends.
Exhibitor Diversity and International Presence
The event features a diverse range of exhibitors, both domestic and international, showcasing cutting-edge machinery, technologies, fabrics, and raw materials. Brands from India and abroad demonstrate the industry's global reach and potential.
Gaurav Juneja, Director of MEX Exhibitions Pvt Ltd, expressed optimism about the event's impact on the sector, citing supportive government schemes and technological advancements. The three-day event, supported by various stakeholders, aims to foster networking, knowledge exchange, and business expansion.
As the event unfolds over the next three days, it promises to be a crucial platform for stakeholders to explore opportunities, exchange ideas, and contribute to the growth of the textile industry. Supported by government initiatives and industry participation, Gartex Texprocess India reaffirms its position as a cornerstone event in the sector's calendar.