India ITME Society, the organiser of India International Textile Machinery Exhibition (ITME) 2020, has postponed the fair and it will now be held from December 8-13, 2021 at IEML, Greater Noida. The decision has been taken in view of COVID-19 crisis which has brought disruption for the textile and textile engineering industry the world over.
“COVID-19 has brought disruption and distress for the general life, industry and economy, especially for the textile and textile engineering industry all over the world. …Under the circumstances, India ITME Society proposes to postpone India ITME 2020 by one year to December 2021,” India ITME Society said in a press release.
“The revised exhibitor manual and schedules would be available on the fair website shortly. All participation guidelines remain same and the payments shall be adjusted against revised exhibition dates,” the release added.
The new pre-event dates would be December 3-7, 2021, and dismantling dates would be December 14-15.
The venue of the event is being shifted to IEML, Greater Noida as no large events and container movements are permitted by municipal authorities and traffic police department until the completion of the massive metro construction work in Mumbai.
However, the organisers would be making special arrangements for shuttle buses from Delhi airport, Railway station and Metro station to the venue. “All details shall be available nearer to the event on the website. We also recommend participants to directly book hotels and accommodation through ITME website to avail reasonable rates and special offers negotiated for India ITME 2021,” the organisers said.
“We assure you that India ITME Society shall stand by the industry in all possible ways to see through these difficult times and shall double the efforts to ensure customer reach for exhibitors,” the organisers added.
About India ITME 2020
India ITME 2020 shall be held in India Exposition Mart Ltd, Noida. The total number of halls will be 15 with a total area of 2,35,000 sq mtrs, making it the largest in this industry segment.
This event is expected to host more than 1800 exhibitors in 21 Chapters and is expected to have over 1,50,000 visitors over the 6 days period
OBJECTIVES OF THE EVENT:
To develop India as a textile and textile engineering sourcing destination.
To encourage investment in India for textile machinery manufacturing and thus support Government initiative to develop “India “as a manufacturing hub” for textile engineering.
To encourage new market development to generate new custom lead from 2nd tire and rural markets for the manufacturers.
To facilitate connect to agents, dealers, distributors for the overseas market as well as the domestic market for the manufacturers.
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