2,000 products to be exhibited at three-day GMMSA exhibition

Tribune News Service
Ludhiana, January 11

The Garments Machinery Manufacturers & Suppliers Association (GMMSA) announced the commencement of their fourth edition of GMMSA expo-India 2019, which would be held at Dana Mandi, Bahadur Ke Road, from January 25 to January 28. The announcement was made during a press conference held on Friday at Hotel Maharaja Regency.

Widely known as a platform for showcasing latest machinery in garment manufacturing, this year’s edition is being organised to facilitate the garment machinery manufacturers and suppliers to showcase their products with the latest world-class technology. An estimated 60,000 visitors from India and abroad are expected to attend the expo which has fast become a milestone since its first edition. Spread over 2 lakh sq ft, the expo will showcase over 2,000 products on knitting, weaving, dyeing, finishing, printing, sewing machines and accessories by leading brands with participants from India and over 20 countries.

Speaking on the occasion, Ram Krishan – Chairman, GMMSA Expo India 2019 said, “Our hard work over the years has paid off and we are fortunate and glad to present the 4th edition of GMMSA Expo India 2019. GMMSA EXPO INDIA has become a brand that has established its credibility as through this expo as we intend to provide latest technology and knowledge at the doorsteps of the industry. The expo provides ease of doing business by providing opportunity to showcase latest technology to industry at its doorstep and thereby helping entrepreneurs make Ludhiana a hub of garment manufacturing on national level.”

Narinder Kumar, President, GMMSA Expo India 2019, said, “The expo is organised by the industry and for the industry. Being from the industry itself, we know the problems, expectations and desire of industry for new technology. We find special eagerness among leading brands of machinery to exhibit their products in the GMMSA expo. This support has made the expo the largest-ever industrial exhibition of garment machinery in Punjab. The machinery manufacturers are keen to be at the forefront in showcasing their latest technology to increase productivity and achieve cost efficiency in the process of garment manufacturing, making the industry more competitive.”

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