ColorJet bags special export award

ColorJet bagged a special export award in the processing machinery category for 2021-22 during the 62nd Annual General Meeting of the Textile Machinery Manufacturers’ Association on 30 September in Mumbai.

12 Oct 2022 | By Rahul Kumar

MS Dadu, chairman and Smarth Bansal, GM product, ColorJet India received the award

The total domestic demand for textile machinery during 2021-22 rose to Rs 18,290-crore, of which supplies from the domestic machinery industry amounted to Rs 7,410-crore. In addition, the export of Indian TEI stood at Rs 4,291-crore in 2021-22 from Rs 2721-crore in 2020-21. This is the areas where where ColorJet contributed, 

Textile commissioner, Mumbai, ministry of Textile, Government of India, Roop Rashi Mahapatra as chief guest and T Rajkumar, chairman, CITI (Sri Mahashakti Mills) handed over the award to MS Dadu, chairman and Smarth Bansal, GM product, ColorJet India.

Mahapatra admired the sustainable steps taken by ColorJet digital inkjet printers to contribute to the sustainable development process which fits into the changing business environment and meeting the ever-changing needs of the textile business. She added that the huge reduction in water and power consumption can be achieved by using digital textile printing technology methods and ColorJet can lead the Path. MS Dadu (chairman), ColorJet Group, said:

“ColorJet is honoured and delighted to have this recognition. With this Award, ColorJet reinforces our technological innovation in product prowess that offers sustainable solutions to the textile printing industry and going further we as a group committed to offer and show the path of sustainability to the industry.

He thanked Mrs. Roop Rashi Mahapatra and Shri T. Rajkumar Chairman, Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI) for appreciating ColorJet’S Sustainable Textile Printing Technology and encouraging the industry to manufacture high-end machines for the entire textile value chain.

Other manufacturers in the LMW textile machinery division, Coimbatore; Rieter India, Pune; ColorJet; Saurer Group Textile Solution, Vadodara; Yamuna Machine Works; Kusters Calico Machinery, Vadodara; Inspiron Engineering; Lakshmi Card Clothing, Coimbatore; Premier Evolvics, Coimbatore; The Indian Card Clothing, Pune; and Bhagwat Textile Engineers, Surat.

The Jury members comprised the executive council of TMMA and the experts nominated by them had decided the award.

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