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India is the second largest textile manufacturing nation in the world and second largest market for textile machinery and technology. The fastest growing economy also offers enormous opportunities to strengthen its position in the textile and apparel business. Simultaneously, her neighboring countries in the South East Asia & Middle East are emerging hub for textile & apparel manufacturing & trade. The large and growing textile industry in India & neighboring countries need adequate interaction with the technology providers. The industry looks for firsthand experience of latest technological innovations and developments, while machinery makers are desirous of meeting the growing markets, exchange ideas & knowledge with user industry. Scheduled from 5-8th December 2019 in Gandhinagar at the outskirts of the Ahmedabad, second ITMACH India Exhibition is going to be the marketplace to interact with potential new & existing investors from India and neighboring countries.


Showcase Excellence in Textile Technology & Innovations.
Encourage Investment in Technology, Capacity Building and Collaboration within the industry.
Catering to the Market Opportunities and Creating New Front for marketers.


Gujarat is the symbol of success in economic development in India. The growth and development of its textile sector is even more deep rooted. Ahmedabad, which was known as the ‘Manchester of the East’ in the past for its booming textile industry, is today a well-developed business hub & financial centre. Thus, the city is the obvious choice for ITMACH India from 5-8 December, 2019. India, being strategically located between South East Asia and Middle East – one of the largest regions for textile and apparel manufacturing & trade, is the destination for future growth and investment in textile and apparel industry.

Advantage Gujarat :

  • The Gujarat Textile Policy and Industrial Policy are very attractive Govt. policy Offers 7% interest subsidy to spinning units!
  • Adoption the 5F Mantra “Farm to Fibre to Fabric to Fashion to Foreign” an integrated approach enhancing sustainable growth of industry.
  • Availability of all textile raw materials in abundance.
  • Strategic location offers easy accessibility to the Western, Middle East and African markets.
  • Well-developed infrastructure: Road, Rail, Sea ports and Airports.
  • Produces about 14,000 MW of power of which about 2,000 MW is surplus.
  • Offers highly productive and peaceful workforce.


Chapter 1:    Machinery for Yarn Spinning, Man-made fiber Spinning, Winding, Texturing, Twisting and Accessories

Chapter 2:    Machinery for Web Formation, Bonding, Finishing of Non-wovens, Felting and Accessories

Chapter 3:    Machinery for Preparatory Weaving, Weaving, Tufting and Accessories

Chapter 4:    Machinery for Knitting, Hosiery and Accessories

Chapter 5:    Machinery for Embroidery, Braiding and Accessories

Chapter 6:    Machinery for Washing, Bleaching, Dyeing, Finishing, Cutting, Folding and Accessories

Chapter 7:    Machinery for Printing, Digital Printing, Consumables and Accessories

Chapter 8:    Machinery for Garmenting, Garment Processing & Finishing and Accessories

Chapter 9:    Laboratory Testing, Measuring and Quality Control Equipment and Accessories

Chapter 10:  Transport, Material Handling, Logistics, Warehousing, Packing Equipment and Accessories

Chapter 11:  Equipment for Recycling, Waste Reduction and Pollution prevention and Accessories

Chapter 12:  Software for Design, Data Monitoring, Management, Processing and Integrated production

Chapter 13:  Dyes, Pigments, Inks, Colourants and Chemical Auxiliaries for textiles

Chapter 14:  Services for the textile industry and Associated Equipment for textile plant operations

Chapter 15:  Research and educational institutions, Technical Information Services

Chapter 15:  Textile Raw Materials like Fiber, Yarn, Fabric and Apparels.