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Gartex Texprocess India, one of the world’s leading exhibitions for garment and textile manufacturing, is returning in a hybrid format with the aim of providing ‘crucial business and networking opportunities for garment and textile manufacturing in the post-pandemic market.’

Organised by Messe Frankfurt India and MEX Exhibitions, the three day event will take place from 3 – 5 December at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. It will bring together more than 300 different brands, with an estimated 800 products on display and several dedicated product zones.

The exhibition will also be co-located with Screen India, the nation’s leading B2B trade fair for the screen, dye sublimation and digital printing technologies. Gaurav Juneja, a director at MEX Exhibitions, commented on the event, ‘I am extremely delighted that we are back with the physical exhibitions,’ he said. ‘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. Gartex Texprocess India is proud to say that we are playing a role in the consolidation of the fragmented garment and textile manufacturing industry. And through this expo, we are introducing new ways of networking and thereby wish to have a phenomenal outcome.’

Messe Frankfurt India’s managing director Raj Manek added, ‘A huge demand for garments and textiles 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.’