Realising the need of the Indian textile industry to show its strength, both in technology as well as soft goods under one umbrella, Asian Textile Machinery Expo (ATME) is being launched for the first time in New Delhi with a strong belief in Government of India`s scheme ‘MAKE IN INDIA’. Connecting the dots in the supply chain through various initiatives, ATME India will be a platform where visitors can have access to the state-of-the-art technology from different parts of the world.
Organised by Vision Communications, the organizers of successful “Yarn Fabric & Accessories Trade Show (YFA)” in New Delhi and publishers of Attire World & Accessories Guide which have been the valuable source of information and sourcing data for the Indian garmenting industry for almost two decades. Abhishek Sharma & Ankur Goel the Founder duo & Promoter of the show shares, “ATME 2017, which is concurrently organised with YFA, will be the first ever event in Northern India which is housing the textile and garment machinery and accessories under one roof. We have got encouraging support from various state governments and different associations across the country. The show will see a participation of 250+ brands, across 15+ countries with over 20000+ trade visitors from various textile and apparel hubs across India such as Delhi/NCR, Panipat, Ludhiana, Varanasi, Jaipur, Meerut, Amritsar along with Surat Kolkata, Ichalkaranji, Bhiwandi, Ahmedabad, to mention the prominent ones.”
Spread across 30,000+ square feet of exhibition space at NSIC ground, Okhla, New Delhi, the four day show will have participation from more than 15 countries across the globe. The show has been conceptualised from visitor’s perspective, who can go around, see and buy, not just on segment of his value chain but everything under one roof. “A great opportunity for vertically integrated and composite manufacturing units who can buy technology for both textile unit and garmenting units along with soft goods in the value chain, from fibre to fabric along with the accessories,” points out Abhishek according to whom, interactive knowledge sharing through Seminars and Workshops would be conducted by the leading industry experts.
ATME shall be restricted strictly for “Trade Only” to provide conducive environment for networking and doing business. The trade visitors to ATME would be the decision makers, textile professionals, all kinds of fabric and garment manufacturers, home textile manufacturers, buying houses, brands, retailers & department store owners, distributors, importers along with Nonwoven, industrial & technical fabric producers, Textile waste and recycling professionals, Textile, fashion & technical consultants, Universities, research institutes & laboratories, Textile and garment associations, Government and non-profit organizations, Banks & financial institutions and the media.