The Hush Post| 4:37 pm |two-minute-read
The YARNEX and TEXINDIA exhibition began in Ludhiana at Knitwear and Textile Trade Centre, Jalandhar Bye-Pass, Ludhiana on Friday. Day 2 of the exhibition saw more than 3,000 visitors at the exhibition. The exhibition has two different segments. One for the exhibitor companies dealing with yarn and textile which is handled by YARNEX.
TEXINDIA is handling the other segment which is for the companies dealing with different garment accessories.
PN Krishna Murthy, CEO at YARNEX said, “Since there was a lack of knowledge among the people, we started this initiative 15 years ago. Every year we organise 4 exhibitions in various parts of the country. This is our first exhibition in Ludhiana and we are getting a great response from the business industry of the city. It takes time for a businessman to visit different companies. We at YARNEX try to bring all those companies together in one place.”
MLA Surinder Dawar visited the exhibition and appreciated the efforts of the organizers.
The leading names of the industry like Siyaram’s, Bhilosa, Sportking, RSWM and many others showcased their new technology in the yarn and fabric manufacturing.
With a rich legacy of more than 40 years, Siyaram’s never compromised with the quality of their products. The state-of-the-art manufacturing plants at Tarapur, Daman and Silvassa produces more than 10 million tonnes of yarns and 75 million metres of fabric annually. This is the actual testimony of the company’s manufacturing capacity. Now they have come up with Indigo yarn technology first time in India. The company has set up their latest plant in Amravati. From 250 tons of yarn per month, they are planning to extend it up to 500 tons per month. “Our main target audience here in Ludhiana are the garment manufacturers. Ludhiana has a whole lot of potential for companies like us as many we provide aim to provide quality raw product to the garment manufacturers.”, said Z.A. Sayyed, General Manager Marketing, Siyaram’s.
Another leading name in this industry, Sportking also showcased their products at the exhibition. It started the business as a ready-made garment unit. Gradually the group emerged into a vertically integrated textile conglomerate. “The frequency of the exhibitions these days are increasing rapidly. But the response we get from YARNEX exhibitions is always good. I must say that YARNEX holds one of the best exhibitions in India,” said Sunil Kukreti, General Manager Marketing, Sportking.
Bhilosa, a Mumbai based company which has been in this business for almost 100 years, also exhibited there products at YARNEX. Bhilosa today is synonymous with leading companies for the best polyester yarn manufacturing in India. The ‘Make In India’ initiative has been a great success and Bhilosa is proud to be a part of it. The future plans of the company are to set up two PSF plant with state-of-the-art technology from world leader Neumag, Germany. PSF is used to produce spun yarn in textile mills either using 100 per cent PSF or in blending with different fibres.
RSWM is another company showcasing their unique and new technologies. They have started their new venture named as RSWM Fibre Green. In this, they use old used plastic bottles to make polyester yarn. This initiative is actually environment-friendly which produces less amount of GHG emissions. The company claims that the final product made out of these plastic bottles will have a better hand feel. It would be soft like microfibers yarns.