The event, to be held at Hotel Velan from November 26-28, 2011 will have a special focus on the digital segment and will have several roadshows leading up to it
The sheer potential of the Indian textile industry is quite clear from the fact that it is expected to be a $36 billion industry by 2012. Print Tex 2011 show will provide a perfect platform to reap the benefits of this potential growth. The event, to be held at Hotel Velan, Tirupur, Tamilnadu from November 26-28, 2011 will enable participants to gain from the fast-paced development taking place within the Indian Textile Industry.
This edition of Print Tex will have a special focus on the digital printing segment. There will also be a series of road shows held to promote this event and provide information at Tirupur, Karur, Coimbatore, Madurai, Salem that are relevant to the textile printing industry.
Given its established pedigree and excellent track record, Print Tex 2011 has already received the support of three leading industry associations; Screenprinting and Graphic Association of India (SGAI), Tirupur Export Knit Printers Association (TEKPA) and Madurai Screen Printers Association (MASPA). This is an indication of the prestigious nature of the event and the confidence it enjoys.
From textile screen printing to garment decoration and embellishment, the entire spectrum will be covered at this unique event. The third show in the series organised by Aditya Exposition (Pvt) Ltd., Print Tex 2011 will be a comprehensive exhibition with educative and informative seminars. Print Tex 2011 will show the way to achieve export growth through value addition strategies.
Textile industry plays a significant role in the growth of Indian economy and it is an important component of global trade. Textile industry accounts for about one third of India's total export earnings. It is regarded as the second largest industry of India and is the largest foreign export earner. China and India are speedily becoming the two biggest textile players in the world.
Popularly known as the ‘T-Shirt City’ of India, Tirupur has come a long way from being a small cotton-marketing centre with a few ginning factories to become a prominent cluster of small and medium scale manufacturing enterprises gainfully engaged in the production export of a range of knitted apparels. The city's rapid growth can be attributed to the growth of textile industry and vice-versa.
Benefits of Participating in Print Tex 2011
• Reach out your brand, products and services to the right target audience
• Identify new business opportunities
• Establish new contacts build on established relationships
• Increase your sales and market share
• Meet those who matter in this garment city
• Visited by major export houses, merchandisers, textile / garment screen printers