The Exhibition landscape for the Textile Industry in India has a fair number of events. However, there are no such events which pay a special attention to the textile/garment wet processing industry, and moreso to the dyes, chemicals and inks segment. These ingredients and products play a vital role in value-addition across the textile industry, and have a lot of nuances and important sensibilities attached to them in terms of chemistry, legislations, eco-compliances, clean/green operations and sustainability. Keeping this in mind, we at CNT in co-operation with Colourage are happy to announce Texnovation which will precisely target this void. Texnovation will be organised in Hall No 5, Bombay Exhibition Centre from 17 – 18 November 2017.
TexNovation will aim to address this knowledge gap in the form of the first-ever dedicated Exhibition with these product classes as the central focus, and also building additional layers of related products like production machinery, lab equipment and testing, all as related to the core theme of Wet Processing.
TexNovation will also cater to the applications in specialised areas like Digital Textile Printing, Denim, Technical Textiles and Home Textiles and also focus on related aspects like Eco-Labels and Sustainability. It will be an excellent opportunity for the entire value chain, right from the substrate to the retailers and the brands to address their business needs and knowledge gaps in the area of Wet Processing.
Textile Sustainability is going to a major focus at Texnovation. As a key feature the organisers of Texnovation will co-operate with Nimkartek to curat
An interesting focus at Texnovation will be the Sustainability Pavilion. The organisers and Nimkartek (Knowledge Partner) to highlight the recent innovations from exhibitors and relevant companies in the area of sustainability will jointly curate the Sustainability Pavilion at TexNovation. The exhibition will also see breakout seminar session and panel discussions focussing on topics related to Sustainability and Legislation.
Indian Textile Industry is self-sufficient right across the value-chain, beginning with the cotton crop and other natural fiber sources, and also an ever-increasing capacity for synthetic fibers, and leading up to spinning/weaving capacities, processing capabilities and garmenting facilities. However, it has lost out to other textile economies in terms of economy of scale, and this remains a missed opportunity. This limitation has been offset to a significant degree by its skills in value-addition and innovation, mainly in the areas of Wet Processing, where India has been able to ascend the value-realisation chain, and become a preferred destination for the global textile industry for value-added and niche items.
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