The tenth edition of India International Textile Machinery Exhibition (India ITME 2016), a six day event for the textile and textile engineering industry in India to be held in Mumbai in December, will focus on clean and green technology. Unlike previous editions of the exhibitions, where spinning was the main attraction, this year, participants are occupying two halls to display machinery related to the weaving sector.
According to Seema Srivastava, Executive Director of India ITME Society, with the textile industry, especially units in south India, incurring heavy cost towards pollution control, there is a special pavilion for waste water recycling and technology.
Machinery will be displayed under 17 different segments related to the textile industry. New products will be launched in spinning, processing, and weaving segments.
There will be an exclusive hall for digital printing, testing and measuring equipment. Carpet machinery from Belgium and Turkey, fibre and yarn from China, Taiwan, Germany and Indonesia, and participation of Turkey in the spinning, weaving, and chemical and dyes segments are some of the special attractions at the expo.
Seminars, workshops, and panel discussions will be held from December 3 to 7. Weavers from Maharashtra will demonstrate weaving and the events as part of the exhibition will include fashion show, display of textile sculptures and ethnic fabric, and photography exhibition.
With Central Governmentâ€™s thrust on Make in India, this business-to-business exhibition will lead to investments and opportunities, she said.
The exhibition is held once in four years and since the last edition, several overseas companies have opened offices in India.
The event will have 950 participants from 93 countries participating at the six-day exhibition to take place from December 3 to 12 December at Bombay Convention and Exhibition Centre, Mumbai.
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