CIMIF and CTG 2019 kicks off in Cambodia!

by Apparel Resources News-Desk

23-August-2019  |  2 mins read

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The much-awaited Cambodia International Machinery Industry Fair (CIMIF) and the Cambodia International Textile and Garment Industry Exhibition (CTG) began yesterday at Koh Pich Convention Hall, Phnom Penh.

The four-day exhibition witnesses participation from over 200 manufacturers who are showcasing a wide range of elegant collections, innovative products and multifaceted technology solutions. What more business delegates and visitors look for!

In fact, with so many renowned exhibitors participating from across 15 countries, the business visitors can easily find optimal suppliers of any product they need by being at this one-stop event.

Corroborating on the same, Sun Senghout, Under Secretary of State, Ministry of Industry and Handicraft, said during the opening day speech“The main purpose of organising the event is to encourage industrial development and attract foreign investors to Cambodia. In particular, we seek to create opportunities for manufacturers to improve their machinery through new business partnerships.”

John Cha, Executive Committee Member, Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia, said “The exhibition comes at a critical juncture for the industry. We are facing several challenges like rising labour costs, lack of productivity and digitalisation and automation as a result of Industry 4.0.”

He further added,“By adopting state-of-the-art technology, we can enhance productivity and quality as well as communicate seamlessly with buyers and other networks. We can respond to the market very quickly and become more competitive.”

CIMIF is the most comprehensive exhibition in Cambodia, which covers packaging, printing, accessories, machine tools among others, whereas CTG, on the other hand, is the only trade fair in the country that is dedicated to the textile and garment industry, featuring textile machinery and accessories, apparel machinery and accessories, fibres, filaments, yarns and fabrics.

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