To be held on 16 November 2017 at The Lalit, Mumbai, the reinvigorated conference will delve deeper on the opportunities and market growth enabled by new high speed and high performance digital textile systems and consumables.
According to CNT, the focus will be on creating business opportunities for various stakeholders of the digital textile printing industry and charting out a sustainable growth part for this technology in India.
The conference will feature an array of topics covering the entire breathe of the industry, including, high speed digital fabric printing solutions; digital fabric printing for increase profits; pigment inkjet technology for textiles; software solutions enabling digital textile printing; latest technologies for textile sublimation printing; emergence of new business models driving digital textile printing; solutions for durable printing of home textile; direct disperse inkjet printing onto synthetic fabrics.
Concurrent to the symposium, CNT will also organise TexNovation, the country’s first dedicated exhibition on textile processing, at Hall 5, Bombay Exhibition Centre on 17-18 November 2017. The boutique exhibition dedicated to innovations in textile processing across various application sectors is organised by CNT Expositions and Services LLP in partnership with Colourage, India’s premier journal for the textile processing industry.
The exhibition should be of particular interest to ink manufacturers; OEMs; fashion designers; service providers; processing houses; textile mills; brands; print service providers; garment manufacturers; home textile manufactures; fabric manufacturers; digital textile printers; apparel manufacturers; fabric printers; screen printers; investors and entrepreneurs; and technologists.
Inkjet Forum India, now CNT (Catalysing New Technologies) Expositions and Services LLP, has established a series of successful exhibitions, conferences and seminars in the areas of 3D printing, inkjet printing and textile processing.