The biggest Industry show in the subcontinent, GTE- Garment Technology Expo 2020 New Delhi stands at the threshold of its 30th edition, which will be held from January 10-13, 2020 at NSIC Exhibition Complex, Okhla, New Delhi.
This is South Asia’s most comprehensive garment technology expo showcasing anything and everything related to garmenting under the sun. GTE New Delhi International is considered the best launchpad for introducing innovations, technology upgrades, new materials, processes and services.
For the last 20 years, the show has offered the garment manufacturers in India and the neighbouring countries, an opportunity to get acquainted with the latest world trends and upgrade manufacturing processes by adopting the latest technologies in vogue. This assists the Indian apparel manufacturer to maintain and produce world class high quality products and to compete with countries like China, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, etc.
“In the year 2001, we started GTE. GTE has always been my father Mr. Inderjit Singh Sahni’s dream and the journey during these 20 years has been incredible. We witnessed lots of ups and down and now we have been accepted as an International exhibition for the garment Industry in India. I would like to humbly thank this industry for being with us for these two decades. Without their support and cooperation, this could not have been possible,” says Ricky Sahni, Joint Managing Director, Garment Technology Expo.
Building up on the growth of each successive edition, GTE 2019 New Delhi brought together 350 exhibitors, B2B companies and brands and an all-time high visitor turnout of 26,250, during the four days visitors to a conducive business environment at NSIC, New Delhi. The 2020 edition of GTE is expected to take this forward by attracting 27,500 visitors and 400 exhibitors.
“The 30th edition of GTE will be organised at NSIC Complex in Okhla as always, which is the most preferred venue due to its unmatched connectivity with garmenting hubs of Okhla, Noida, Faridabad, Gurugram, Gandhinagar, Bhawana, Kundali, Ghaziabad and many other places. This edition will have bigger participation with lots of new product launches from Indian and international companies with better improved structures. The total exhibition area will be increased by almost 10 percent and will cover 1,75,000 sq ft area. Besides, special Chinese and Taiwanese pavilions will be the major highlights of the show,” says Ambrish Chopra, Director, Garment Technology Expo. This is the only show in the sub-continent which attracts more than 20 countries and 350 to 400 participating companies and brands. All the world’s stalwarts are present here to showcase their latest developments.
GTE covers all segments of the industry, right from the latest technology machines to machine spares & consumables, from infrastructure set up to latest processes & systems, from raw materials to trimmings & embellishments, from logistics & packing solutions to trade communication and documentation services. The show attracts latest overseas developments and processes and is home to technology from over 20 countries. Serving the aspirations of the trade countrywide, the flagship mother event is held in New Delhi annually while the Southern and Western region shows in Bengaluru and Ahmedabad are held bi- annually.
This strategically structured industry platform has seen a progressive growth and patronage and rated as the most comprehensive show of the sector. Tried tested and trusted for living upto it’s moto “Best today, still better tomorrow,” GTE is sought after by trade professionals, comprising of manufacturers, exporters CEO’s, MDs and Production heads, besides Institutions and other volume consumers who visit to see compare and negotiate deals for new machinery. Designers, technical supervisor, shop floor managers, etc., visit to update themselves on new technologies, latest product launches and new innovations.
The various garment manufacturing technologies covered by the show are: CAD/ CAM, spreading & cutting machines, sewing machines, laundry machines, garment dyeing machines, finishing equipment, fusing machines, embroidery machines, printing, packaging machines, quilting machines, knitting machines, software solutions, spares & attachments, accessories & trims, testing equipment, dyes & chemicals, fabrics, fancy yarns, support services, etc.