Recognised leaders in textile engineering and suppliers of advanced technologies from Europe and Asia annually participate in the exhibition, the organiser said in a media release.
14th CAITME 2022, the international exhibition of equipment and technologies for the textile, clothing and knitwear industry in Central Asia, will return in the traditional expanded format from September 7-9, 2022, to be held at the Uzexpocentre in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. The event is supported by key ministries and trade and production associations.
More than 300 companies from 20 countries are expected to participate in the 2022 edition. The National Pavilions of Italy, Germany and South Korea will be set up at the event along with wide expositions of companies from Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Turkey, China and other leading manufacturing countries. Indian textile engineering will be represented by 22 leading manufacturers of equipment and accessories for various stages of textile and clothing production.
The main sections of the exhibition will include textile and clothing equipment for all stages of production; controlling and measuring, laboratory equipment; accessories, components and devices; chemicals, dyes, textile auxiliaries; and textile waste processing equipment among others.
It is planned that the exhibition will be held in all pavilions of the NEC Uzexpocentre and will be divided into sections.
State programmes for the development of the industry, increasing the volume and geography of exports, strengthening the competitiveness of Uzbek textile products and deepening production cycles from yarn to readymade clothing constantly support the demand for up-to-date advanced technological equipment and catering technologies from well-known world manufacturers.
Representatives, experts and industrial delegations from neighbouring countries – Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan are also expected to visit the exhibition.
Uzbekistan ranks 6th in the world in cotton production and has over 7,000 enterprises, of which about 1,250 are exporters. Hundred per cent of the raw materials are processed domestically. The country exports products worth $3 billion per year.
In the first 5 months of 2022, 17 investment projects worth $136.5 million were implemented in Uzbekistan and products worth $1.4 billion were exported.
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (KD)