Denim Car! 200 exhibitors and 400 brands to grace Gartex Texprocess India

by Apparel Resources News-Desk

06-August-2019  |  2 mins read


The first unified edition of Gartex Texprocess India is set to bring leading textile and garment machinery companies under one roof from 10 to 12 August 2019 at Delhi.

The leading expo will witness over 200 exhibitors and 400 brands that include top textile and garment machinery companies.

The star attraction at the all-encompassing show will be a one of its kind ‘Denim Car’ that is set to be displayed at an exclusive ‘Denim Application’ zone. The masterpiece is an artistic connection of India’s first denim wrapped four-wheeler emphasising India’s position as the world’s second largest producer of denim fabric and its diverse use.

With focused segments incorporated within the show, the exhibition will draw attention to growing trends and application areas within the industry.

To touch different aspects of the industry, giving the exhibitors and visitors distinctive areas to trade and focus on opportunities, the organisers have incorporated dedicated segments like embroidery zone and garmenting & apparel machinery zone, and concurrent shows such as Digitex Show and Fabrics & Trims Show, India Laundry Show and Denim Show.

The focused segments will cover everything from textile and garment manufacturing companies to the latest machines, spares & consumables, raw materials, trimmings & embellishments, logistics & packaging solutions.

Some of the top companies exhibiting at these segments and incorporated shows include Ramsons, Dupont, Epson, HP, Mouvent, Konica Minolta, Colorjet, Mimaki, Rossari, Orange O Tec, Tajima, Atexco, Kornit Digital, Madeira, Coats India, Mehala, Fabcare, Alliance Laundry and Maestrelli, Veit and Primus.

The Denim Show will have three halls dedicated to showcase the latest trends and fashions of several prominent names including Ginni, Oswal, Jindal Textiles, Raymond UCO, Arvind, Reliance and Creora.

This overarching theme of ‘Denim Industry in Line with Circular Fashion’ will be taken up at a series of ‘Denim Talk-sessions’ organised alongside the exclusive zone.  The conference in association with Denim Manufacturers Association (DMA) has received support from R Elan, Society of Dyers and Colourists (SDC) International India Pvt. Ltd., Wazir Advisors and Aurangabad Industrial City (AURIC).

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