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Fibre2fashion to Launch ‘Machinery Year Book

 
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Ahmedabad, Gujarat -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/01/2012 -- Fibre2fashion – one of the biggest global B2B textile, garment and fashion website and with over one million worldwide visitors is launching an impact feature – ‘Machinery Year Book’.

As is well-known, the Asian region is emerging as global hub for textile and apparel production, among which, India, Bangladesh, China, Pakistan, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, etc are notable entities.

Thanks to the most successful Indian government industrial initiative – ‘Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme’, sales of textile machinery and equipment are zooming. India has also expressed its intent to extend TUFS into the 12th Five-Year-Plan (2012-17).

Indonesia too has a textile industry specific technology upgradation scheme, while Pakistan too is mulling to introduce a same type of scheme. Major apparel exporting countries like Bangladesh and Vietnam are also planning to strengthen their backward linkages.

All these initiatives are expected to open a plethora of opportunities for those in the worldwide textile, garment and allied machinery and equipment sector.

In order that global textile and allied machinery and equipment producers may directly target stakeholders in these various textile and clothing manufacturing hubs, fibre2fashion is launching the ‘Machinery Year Book’.

The impact feature would contain information pertaining to new technology, innovation, industry articles, white papers and case studies across the entire textile value-chain. Alongside, experts from the industry would also be presenting their viewpoints.

Through the impact feature – fibre2fashion provides an opportunity for the global textile machinery manufacturers to showcase their technology and in the process target their core industry consumers across the globe.

The Machinery Year Book would be made available in a downloadable e-format as well as a hard copy. Fibre2fashion will also circulate the ‘Machinery Year Book’ to about 5,000 decision makers across the textile industry value-chain.