More than 1600 Machines were Exhibited at the ITME 2022

80,400 people from 68 countries attended the ITME 2022 Fair, which was held for the 11th time between 8-13 December this year. The exhibition, where more than 1600 Live machinery were exhibited, was met with interest by the visitors.

More than 1600 Machines were Exhibited at the ITME 2022

Concurrent programs included technical discussions, CEO conclave, industry awards, wildlife photo gallery, alumni meet and government to industry interactions enhancing the experience and raising the excitement of participants.

After a gap of six years, the event recorded a high flow of quality visitors which included industry members, technocrats, academicians, students and government officials apart from the delegations from 13 countries lead by senior officials of respective country who are looking to engage with India as sourcing and trade partner for developing their textile industry.

A Technical symposium by Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute, Mumbai on the theme of “Reduce-Reuse-Recycle State of the Art in Textile Sector” was well appreciated and well received by officials as well as industry.
The platform gave global exposure to our handicraft and traditional artisans especially women weavers from rural area of Country. For those who enjoyed wildlife and photography as array of photographs captured by well-known photographer by Hari Santharam was on display which was enjoyed by one and all.

The six-day marathon event definitely set the foundation for upgradation and modernization of the textile industry of India which is the 2nd largest employment generation sector after agriculture. It also has motivated and enhanced the confidence of Indian textile engineering industry in their capabilities to cater to the demand of domestic market as well as competing in the global market.
Showcasing the digital prowess of India, this edition of India ITME event digitalized all its services and provided event catalogues, visitor guide, help desk assistance, exhibitor manual etc. digitally reducing the print activity and thus saving quantum of paper usage.