The Global Enterprise is organizing the next edition of GTex International B2B Textile Machinery Brand Expo after continuous and mega success of previous year's GTex Expo in Karachi and Lahore. The GTex Expo will open from today (Friday) in Karachi.
Approximately more than 40,000 B2B corporate visitors from all over Pakistan, will visit GTex Karachi Expo in 3 days and the exhibitors will ultimately get the optimum response under the unique platform of GTex.
President FPCCI Zubair F.Tufail, along with Dr Mirza Ikhtiar Baig, Former Advisor to PM on Textile and Chairman Pakistan Textile City Limited will inaugurate the GTex on Saturday morning at 11 am.
Later Mayor Karachi Waseem Akhtar will attend the ribbon cutting ceremony along with diplomats, Consul Generals and high profile dignitaries of the Industry in the afternoon, said Mujib Siddiqui, Chief Executive Officer Global Enterprise in a statement issued here on Thursday.
General Manager Global Enterprise Ghousia informed that GTex is the largest and the most successful expo of its kind in the region at which all the leading international brands from Textile, Garment, Leather, Digital Printing, Embroidery Machinery, Accessories, Chemical, Dyes and Energy, sectors have been participating.
As per their previous practice, to display the latest innovations from various countries, i.e. China, Japan, Australia, Taiwan, Italy, Turkey, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Sweden, Netherlands, Czech Republic, India, Hong Kong, France, Austria, Iran, Korea, Ireland, Malaysia, Belgium, UK, USA, Singapore etc with more than 670 major partner brands.
The GTex expo will run from 20 - 22 January 2017 between 10 am to 7 pm at Expo Centre Karachi.
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