Just two weeks left for the ITME India 2022, the most significant fair for the Indian textile industry market. This amazing exhibition will take place at Noida Exposition Mart Ltd from 8th to 13th of December.
The show represents a central hub for the entire Indian economy through the increasing production and development of the textile sector.
The indian local and original textile production at
ITME India 2022
India held a world monopoly in cotton textiles, since almost 1500 BC. In the middle ages, Indian cloth was in great demand in the European market. Muslins of Dhaka, Chintzes of Masulipatnam and Calicos of Calicut are world famous. But the advent of modern mills during Industrial Revolution and British India’s discriminatory policy led to its collapse.
The present cotton textile industry is an indigenous industry, since it was started and developed predominantly on Indian capital and entrepreneurship.
India is first in global jute production and shares 63% of the global textile and garment market. India is second in global textile manufacturing and also second in silk and cotton production.
Cotton was the most important commodity traded in Ancient India to Modern India. The origin of the cotton textile industry dates back to 1818 AD. The Cotton Textile centres in India are distributed in four regions: Western Region, Southern Region, Northern Region and Eastern Region.
Bangalore: The Southern textile hub
The State Government of Karnataka established the Department of Handlooms and Textiles in the year 1991-1992 in Karnataka and it is governed by the Ministry of Textiles in India. The main reason behind the establishment of this exclusive Department was to facilitate and encourage the state’s traditional power loom weavers and handloom weavers in India.
Karnataka’s foray into the textile sector has turned out to be quite a successful venture. So much so that Bangalore has earned itself the appelative of the ‘garment capital of India’. With the textile industry occupying a key position in the economy of Karnataka, the state government is working towards leveraging the potential for growth of the textile sector in the state.
Karnataka’s textile industry contributes to 20% of the garment production taking place in the country, which is valued at USD 1.56 billion. The state is responsible for 8% of the national exports in the textile sector. 35% of the country’s raw silk production takes place in Karnataka. The silk exports of Karnataka account for 24% of the silk goods export value at the national level. The state also contributes to 11% of the country’s total wool production. 6% of the cotton produced in the country comes from Karnataka.
Textape and Belt Enterprises at ITME India 2022: A sustained partnership since 2003
Textape will be at ITME India 2022 at Belt Enterprises stand consolidating their long partnership since 2003.
Belt enterprises is a strong and innovative Indian company producing high technology in the belt mechanisms industry from the ‘80.
This company has met international standards using and developing high technology through decades. Since 2003 is a Textape supplier in India and for 2022 edition of the ITMe India the Textape staff will participate at the Belt Enterprises stand with Mr Lalit Sanwal.
The fair confirms the international role of these enterprise companies and their technology development in the textile sector.