Companies like Autefa Solution Germany GmbH, DILO Systems GmbH, Emtec Electronic GmbH, Georg Sahm GmbH & Co, Karl Mayer Verwaltungsgesellschaft mbH, Merz Maschinenfabrik GmbH and Oerlikon Barmag Zweigniederlassung der Oerlikon Textile GmbH & Co will exhibit their products at the German Pavilion, the organisers said in a media release.
India’s leading technical textile brands including JB Ecotex, Park Nonwoven, Loyal Textiles Lenzing, Mehala, Meera Industries, Sicam, Suntech Geotextile and Weavetech amongst many others will also showcase their latest products at the hybrid fair.
The nodal agency for investment promotion and facilitation for the government of Tamil Nadu – Guidance has signed up for Techtextil India 2021 to strengthen indigenous production through the state and attract investors. Furthermore, technical textile players from Tamil Nadu such as Cyber Textiles India Pvt Ltd, Jayashree Spun Bond, Lenzing Ag India, Liester Technologies, Loyal Textile Mills Ltd, Milltex Engineers Pvt Ltd, Superfil Products Pvt Ltd and Uster Technologies (India) Pvt Ltd have also confirmed their participation for the exhibition.
The three-day hybrid exhibition aims to unite technical textile players from across its varied application areas. The physical exhibition format will showcase a series of key product launches from brands while the virtual exhibition format will feature live product demonstrations exclusive for the visitors tuned in live. The multimodal trade fair will allow the visitors to search for specific products like fibres, yarns, nonwovens, machinery, coated textiles with easy-to-use filters further to which they can share their query or connect directly with the respective exhibitors.
“After a tough and lengthy period of slowdown, I am sure that the industry is eager to head full steam forward and regain its momentum. There are plenty of lucrative opportunities in technical textiles, owing to the reforms and schemes introduced by the Indian government. Through Techtexil India 2021, we aim to provide a collaborative atmosphere that the industry needs to get back on its feet and look ahead towards the future. Moreover, the return of face-to-face exhibition combined with the virtual model will open doors to excellent sourcing, collaborative and learning opportunities for professionals. I greatly look forward to welcoming the technical textile industry back on the showfloor of Techtexil India,” said Raj Manek, executive director and board member, Messe Frankfurt Asia Holdings Ltd.
Highlighting India as an ‘Investment destination for technical textiles’, a series of sessions are lined up to draw attention to Foreign Direct Investment Opportunities and Policies, PLI & New Investment Opportunities in Technical textiles sector, Sustainable Technical Textiles and Investment opportunities in Tamil Nadu among others.
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (KD)