Texfair 2012

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Texfair 2012

The Southern India Mills’ Association (SIMA), Coimbatore organized Texfair 2012 – largest expo of textile machinery, spares, accessories and other supporting services and Textile Product Show – expo showcased right from farm to finished products during March 2-5, 2012 at CODISSIA Trade Fair Complex, Coimbatore.

At the inaugural function held on 2nd March 2012, SIMA Chairman Shri S Dinakaran welcomed the Chief Guest Shri S M Velusamy, Mayor, Coimbatore Corporation,
Shri B K Mishra, Chairman and Managing Director of The Cotton Corporation of India Limited, Mumbai, Shri N Natarajan, President of Textile Machinery and Mill Stores Merchants Association, Coimbatore, Shri Diven G Dembla, Vice-President of Indian Textile Accessories & Machinery Manufacturer’s Association, Mumbai,
Shri N Subramaniam, Member, Governing Council of Textile Machinery Manufacturers’ Association, Mumbai, Shri V Srinivas, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India, New Delhi and the Exhibitors to the inaugural function. Shri T Rajkumar briefed about Texfair 2012 and Textile Product Show. Shri N Natarajan, Shri Diven G Dambla and Shri N Subramanian offered felicitations. Vice-Chairman Shri M Senthil Kumar delivered vote of thanks.

At the Texfair expo machinery, spares manufacturers / suppliers and other supporting service providers from China, Japan, Germany, etc., apart from domestic players across the country catering to the various segments of the textile industry showcased their products and services.

At the Textile Product Show, various varieties of cotton, man-made fibres, regenerated fibres, various types of yarn, cloth samples, fabrics, made-ups, garments, and special clothings like sports wear, baggages, etc were exhibited by the textile mills across the country. Texfair 2012 is Seventh edition in its series.

The expos provided an opportunity for various clusters of the industry to know the latest improvements in technology and availability of domestic as well as import substitution spares. 150 exhibitors showcased their products and services in 170 stalls. The Expos attracted about 40,000 visitors.

This is the only fair being visited by all the technicians, shop floor, middle management and top management of each and every mill located in South india (around 2500 textile mills, seven lakh powerlooms, 70% of the cotton knitted fabric manufacturers, 30% of the processing fabrics manufacturers, 30% of the handloom weavers and have significant presence across the textile value chain).