Kompass Visiting India International Textile Machinery Exhibition To Enable More Client Exposure

Top Quote The textile industry is evolving with a great speed. Just have a look on the recent India International Textile Machinery Exhibition organized in Mumbai that showcased numerous textile manufacturing and dying machineries. Kompass visited these participants' stalls and got a good response from them. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) December 09, 2012 - India International Textile Machinery Exhibition,Mumbai, Shaikh Mukhtar Ahmed Quadri, CEO, Kompass India Information Private Limited said in the India ITME interview "Textile and fabric industry is experiencing so much growth in the recent years, making India the second largest producer of the world. We cater to link our clients with the desired business partners in the respective industry, with maximum benefits." The company is having a global presence over 67 countries, catering in business to business services irrespective of industry and locations.

    The exhibition got massive response from various players in the industry. Indian as well as overseas participants showcased their products and machinery in the respective stalls. Weaving, dying, spinning, rolling, cutting, printing, wrap reel, board winders, fiber fitness testers and plenty of other tools and machinery manufacturing companies in the fabric and textile industry were present in the event.

    The exhibition became a massive hit stretching from 2nd to 7th December, with a huge audience visiting the stalls everyday.The week long program was a beautiful way of connecting business to business, as the buyers and sellers of fabric manufacturing machinery were there to gauge what was in store for them, in terms of new contacts and business deals.
    There are hand woven fabrics made of 100% cotton, pure silk, hand painted fabric in the market. But, forging the right balance to sustain in the market and achieve the best results.

    Textile industry in India got the most benefits in the past years with a revenue collection amounting to 25% growth than the past. Mulberry plantation and cotton crop cultivation are contributing a lot for making natural fabric that is sold with a hefty price tag.

    Nylon, terrycloth, wool, polyester, fleece fabric are manufactured in the mills and supplied to garment manufacturing units across the country.Kompass India has a compiled database of such companies both in handloom or machine manufacturing, allowing them to establish new contacts with each other.

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