Four-day Garment Technology Expo ’17 New Delhi begins

03 March 2017

The 2017 edition of the Garment Technology Expo (GTE), the largest and most comprehensive garment technology show in India, opened its doors on 3 March 2017. The show, being organised at NSIC Exhibition Complex, Okhla, New Delhi, is on until 6 March.

img-4191 The show, being organised at NSIC Exhibition Complex, Okhla, New Delhi, is on until 6 March

The GTE offers a platform for business exchange for the entire apparel manufacturing and ancillary industry. It offers exhibitors a unique opportunity of one-to-one networking with target customers as well as spreading awareness in all relevant segments of the trade through direct display and media exposure.

The show encompasses the entire breath of garment manufacturing, from sewing machines to finishing and testing to dying and printing to packaging and logistics. The exhibition is of special interest to the printing community and especially for those who want to diversify into printing on fabric, a rapidly rising market. The exhibition will have a special showcase on digital textile printing, with companies like Colorjet India and Vee Kay Enterprises, among others, showcasing their products.

The biggest industry show in the subcontinent, GTE New Delhi is patronised by trade professionals, including manufacturers, exporters, institutions and other volume consumers. Besides, owners, CEOs, MDs and production heads who visit to see, compare and negotiate deals for new machinery, designers, technical supervisors, shopfloor managers, visit to update themselves on new technologies, materials, the latest product launches and new innovations at GTE.

Starting in 2001 with 87 participants and managing 4,700 visitors, through the journey across 23 editions of progressive growth, the 2016 edition of the show accommodated 327 participants, representing over 800 companies and brands from 18 countries. The show, which saw attendance by over 19,300 trade visitors, covered all segments of the industry; right from the latest technology machines to machine spares and consumables; from infrastructure set-up to latest processes and systems; from raw materials to trimmings and embellishments; from logistics and packaging solutions to trade communication and documentation services.

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