Pancharatna Sanskrutik Bhavan, Ichalkaranji, kolhapur District, Maharashtra

Powerloom Development & Export Promotion Council (PDEXCIL) set up by the Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India, promote, support, develop, advance and increase powerlooms and export of powerloom fabrics and made-ups through its various activities. To promote export of textiles and garments, PDEXCIL has again come up with a grand Reverse Buyer Seller Meet (RBSM), connecting the international market with Indian textile exporters and traders.

The main objective of conducting this RBSM is to provide a direct platform to Indian textiles exporters to interact with buyers from all over the world in their home country at a very low participation charge. The SME sector is highly motivated to participate in it and increase their export activity. Also it will showcase India as a reliable source of supply with such varied product range.

With the vision to provide a reliable international network platform and practical know-how on all key sourcing markets, latest trends and standards in export, buyers from various countries are invited such as Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, U.A.E, Vietnam, Korea, Senegal, Zimbabwe, Mali, Malaysia, Australia etc.

About 100 Indian textile exporters will be displaying a wide range of products with latest trends and qualities under one roof. The product range will be suitable for all types of markets whether emerging or developed ranging from yarn, fabrics to garments and made ups. The exhibition is happening in Ichalkaranji which is one of the India’s important textile/fabric manufacturing clusters with over 1,50,000 powerlooms including auto and high speed shuttle-less looms producing fine varieties of cotton and blended fabrics including Industrial Textile. It is having 35 spinning mills many of which are 100% Export Oriented Units producing a wide range of counts, ply yarns, ring and open end yarns and fancy yarns, more than 20 power processes and about 50 hand processing units. The cluster is now going to set-up a Mega Processing Cluster to address the environmental norms. It has proximity to Solapur Cluster which is famous for its Terry Towel and designer Chaddars and Durries.

IITExpo Ichalkaranji 2018 will be a one stop source for all textiles requirements of worldwide buyers and a unique platform for Indian participants where they can gather information on all latest developments and trends in order to gear the development and manufacture of their products in future.

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