Screen Print India to be held alongside Gartex Texprocess India

The trade fairs will be conducted in a hybrid format and will be showcasing the latest technologies in their respective fields.

01 Dec 2021 | By Aultrin Vijay

Screen Print India, one of India’s leading B2B trade fairs for the screen, textile, sublimation and digital printing technologies, is set to make its return in the form of a hybrid edition this year. Held in co-location with Gartex Texprocess India, Screen Print India New Delhi 2021 will be showcasing the latest trends, innovations and developments in screen and textile printing from brands such as Green Printing Solutions, JN Arora, Konica Minolta, Skyscreen International and Zydex Industries among others.

Gartex Texprocess, which focuses on garment and textile manufacturing, will be held alongside Screen Print India from 3-5 December 2021 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Organised by Messe Frankfurt India and MEX Exhibitions, the trade fair is gearing up with all the preparations underway.

The three-day hybrid fair brings together over 300 brands with more than 800 products on display and a dedicated trend area highlighting denim trends curated using factory waste. The platform will also see major companies participating in the show and showcasing their latest technologies.  

Commenting on the Gartex Texprocess India physical exhibition 2021, Gaurav Juneja, director, MEX Exhibitions India said: “I am extremely delighted that we are back with the physical exhibitions. It is challenging for the industry to keep up with the demands and supplies in the post-pandemic scenario.

“Considering the same, we have come up with a wide range of opportunities for buyers to explore and sellers to exhibit solutions related to laundry, fabrics, trims, embroidery, textile and garment machinery along with the co-located events of the Denim Show and Screen Print India. Through this expo, we are introducing new ways of networking and thereby wish to have a phenomenal outcome.”

As the exhibition’s co-organiser, Messe Frankfurt India’s managing director Raj Manek shared his thoughts: “A huge demand for garment and textile has been building up in the international markets over the last few years. India has a definitive potential to fulfil this demand gap and expand its share in the global garment and textile market.

“However, for this to happen, it is also extremely crucial to support and provide the right growth impetus for India’s local businesses so as to strengthen the value chain inherently. Delivering to this cause, Gartex Texprocess India aims to create a focused business platform for the garment and textile businesses to collaborate and strengthen domestic manufacturing set-up.”