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Textiles ministry supports 9th edition of Techtextil India

25 Jan '23
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Techtextil India 2021. Pic: Messe Frankfurt India
Techtextil India 2021. Pic: Messe Frankfurt India

Event organiser Messe Frankfurt India has announced the ninth edition of Techtextil India, which is scheduled to take place between September 12–14, 2023 in Mumbai. The support to the event from India’s ministry of textiles further demonstrates the huge emphasis laid for this key sector in boosting the economy of the country.

Techtextil India is the country’s leading trade fair on technical textiles, nonwovens, fibres, yarns, and machinery. With almost eight months to go, the three-day business event has received an overwhelming response from various companies who will be seen showcasing their latest solutions and products for key application areas, according to a press release by Messe Frankfurt.

“We are elated to have received the support from the ministry of textiles, Government of India and believe that it will bring in strong value to the technical textiles segment of our trade fair while opening doors to lucrative business engagements for the industry. We are optimistic that it will gain for us a wider reach and increase our credibility among the industry,” said Raj Manek, executive director and board member, Messe Frankfurt Asia Holdings Ltd.

The last edition of Techtextil India in November 2021 emerged as a crucial meeting place form technical textile players. Even though the show happened to be the first post lockdown edition, it garnered an attendance of 4,087 visitors due to live demonstration of the latest products and technologies from over 150 technical textile brands.

Heading for its ninth edition, Techtextil India, along with the support of India’s ministry of textiles and other supporting associations aims to play a key role in the overall development of the industry.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (NB)

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