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3-day Intl Textile Asia Exhibition strikes $300mn deals
Monday, 31 August 2015 23:07

LAHORE: A 3-day 14th International Textile Asia Exhibition, organized by Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association (PRGMEA) booked the orders of $150 million on first day while deals of more than $300 million were made throughout the mega textile fair.

While, the PRGMEA and Ecommerce Gateway Pakistan have also singed an MoU to jointly conduct this mega textile event for the next five consecutive years in Lahore.

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PRGMEA Central Chairman Ijaz Khokhar announced this at the concluding ceremony of the exhibition on the last of the Textile Asia Exhibition here Monday. “After the amazing response and winning huge success, the PRGMEA and Ecommerce Gateway Pakistan have decided to hold International Textile Asia Exhibition every year in August at Expo Centre Lahore for at least next five years,” he added. Khokhar said that around 55,000 people visited the exhibition during first two days, while more than 100,000 visitors registered their presence in the textile fair in three days. The PRGMEA Central chairman said that machinery and equipments display at the exhibition were of immense utility to manufacturers producing value added products for increasing volume of exports. He hoped that local businessmen would benefit from this technology by adding value to their products. He said, Textile Asia Expo also featured businessmen to businessmen (B2B) meetings, a lot of important industry-related presentations and seminars on textile sector. He also announced that this year show was dominant by mainly Chinese companies but next year we would invite the companies from Germany and the Europe to showcase their brands in Textile Asia Exhibition in Lahore.

While, PRGMEA Vice Chairman Malik Naseer said that this textile machinery fair in Pakistan would increase productivity, resulting into better competitiveness. The exhibition, he said, is aimed at focusing the Punjab potential of textile and garment machinery, accessories, raw material supplies, chemicals and allied services under one roof, as around 80 percent of textile industry is located in this province. The exhibition also provided an effective platform for joint ventures and collaborations to the textile sector’s SMEs. Malik observed that the PRGMEA mega fair provided the local small textile industry a best opportunity where more than 350 international brands from around 29 countries displayed their products in more than 500 stalls.

Dr. Khurshid Nizam said that International Textile & Garment Machinery Show is 100 percent Pakistani brand and the only UFI Approved Event of the industry in South Asia, which provides enormous opportunities of learning, information sharing, mutual cooperation and combined projects to all the stakeholders in textile sector in whole South Asia.

http://www.brecorder.com/top-news/109/253017-3-day-intl-textile-asia-exhibition-strikes-$300mn-deals.html

DAWN


$300m deals reached at textile fair
Staff Reporter
LAHORE: The three-day International Textile Asia Exhibition concluded on Monday.

Business deals worth more than $300 million were struck at the exhibition, organised by the Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association at the Expo Centre with the collaboration of Ecommerce Gateway Pakistan. The exhibition booked orders worth $150 million on the first day, the organisers said.
According to association’s chairman Ijaz Khokhar, 100,000 people visited the fair.
He said that machinery and equipment displayed at the show was of immense utility to manufacturers producing value-added products for increasing volume of exports.
Published in Dawn, September 1st, 2015

http://www.dawn.com/news/1204084

Pakistan Today

4th Intl Textile Asia Exhibition strikes $300m deals in three days
PRGMEA, Ecommerce Gateway sign MoU to conduct the exhibition for next five years in Lahore
BY Staff Report


The 14th International Textile Asia Exhibition, organized by the Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association, booked the orders of $150 million on first day while deals of more than $300 million were made during overall three-day mega textile fair.
PRGMEA and Ecommerce Gateway Pakistan have also signed an MoU to jointly conduct this mega textile event for the next five consecutive years in Lahore.

“After the amazing response and winning huge success, the PRGMEA and Ecommerce Gateway Pakistan have decided to hold International Textile Asia Exhibition every year in August at Expo Centre Lahore for at least next five years,” PRGMEA Central Chairman Ijaz Khokhar announced at the concluding ceremony of the exhibition on third day.
He said that around 55,000 people visited the exhibition during first two days while more than 100,000 visitors registered their presence in textile fairs in three days. PRGMEA central chairman said that the machinery and equipments display at the exhibition were of immense utility to manufacturers producing value added products for increasing volume of exports. He hoped that local businessmen would benefit from this technology by adding value to their products. He said that textile Asia Expo also featured businessmen to businessmen (B2B) meetings, a lot of important industry-related presentations and seminars on textile sector. Khokhar announced that this year show was dominant by mainly Chinese companies but next year we would invite the companies from Germany as well as from the whole Europe to showcase their brands in Textile Asia Exhibition in Lahore.

PRGMEA Vice Chairman Malik Naseer said that this textile machinery fair in Pakistan would increase productivity, resulting into better competitiveness. He said that the exhibition was aimed at focusing the Punjab’s potential of textile and garment machinery, accessories, raw material supplies, chemicals and allied services under one roof – as around 80 percent of the textile industry was located in this province. The exhibition also provided an effective platform for joint ventures and collaborations to the textile sector’s SMEs.

http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2015/09/01/business/14th-intl-textile-asia-exhibition-strikes-300m-deals-in-three-days/

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Textile expo attracts $300mln deals
Our correspondent
Tuesday, September 01, 2015
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LAHORE: The 14th International Textile Asia Exhibition, organised by the Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association (PRGMEA), booked orders worth $150 million on the first day, while deals of more than $300 million were made during the three-day mega textile fair.
A statement issued Monday said that the PRGMEA and Ecommerce Gateway Pakistan have also signed an MoU to jointly conduct this mega textile event for the next five consecutive years in Lahore.
“After the amazing response and winning huge success, the PRGMEA and Ecommerce Gateway Pakistan have decided to hold the International Textile Asia Exhibition every year in August at the Expo Centre, Lahore for at least the next five years,” PRGMEA Central Chairman Ijaz Khokhar announced at the concluding ceremony of the exhibition. He said that around 55,000 people visited the exhibition during the first two days, while more than 100,000 visitors registered their presence in the textile fair during the three days. PRGMEA central chairman said that the machinery and equipments displayed at the exhibition were of immense utility to manufacturers producing value-added products for increasing the export volumes.
He hoped that local businessmen would benefit from this technology by adding value to their products. He said that the textile Asia Expo also featured businessmen to businessmen (B2B) meetings, a lot of important industry-related presentations, and seminars on the textile sector.
Khokhar announced that this year’s show was dominated by mainly Chinese companies, but next year “we would invite companies from Germany as well as from the whole of Europe to showcase their brands in this exhibition”.

http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-3-337426-Textile-expo-attracts-$300mln-deals

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Deals worth $300m signed at Textile Asia Exhibition
Staff Report
September 01, 2015

LAHORE: Trade deals worth over $300 million were struck during the three-day 14th International Textile Asia Exhibition. The exhibition was organised by Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association (PREGMEA), and it saw orders of $150 million on its first day. The organisers said PRGMEA and E-commerce Gateway Pakistan have also singed an MoU to jointly conduct this mega textile event for the next five years in Lahore. Addressing the concluding ceremony of the exhibition, PRGMEA Central Chairman Ijaz Khokhar said, “After the great response and huge success, PRGMEA and E-commerce Gateway Pakistan have decided to hold International Textile Asia Exhibition every year in August at Expo Centre Lahore for at least next five years.”

He said that around 55,000 people visited the exhibition during the first two days, while more than 100,000 visitors registered their presence in textile fairs in three days. The chairman said that the machinery and equipments displayed at the exhibition were of immense utility to manufacturers producing value added products for increasing volume of exports. He hoped that local businessmen would benefit from this technology by adding value to their products. He said that textile Asia Expo also featured businessmen to businessmen (B2B) meetings, a lot of important industry-related presentations and seminars on textile sector.
Ijaz Khokhar announced that this year’s show was dominated mainly by Chinese companies, “but next year we would invite the companies from Germany as well as from the whole Europe to showcase their brands in Textile Asia Exhibition in Lahore”.

PRGMEA Vice Chairman Malik Naseer said that this textile machinery fair in Pakistan would increase productivity, resulting into better competitiveness. He said that the exhibition is aimed at focusing the Punjab’s potential of textile and garment machinery, accessories, raw material supplies, chemicals and allied services under one roof, as around 80% of textile industry locates in this province. The exhibition also provided an effective platform for joint ventures and collaborations to the textile sector’s SMEs.
Malik Naseer observed that the PRGMEA mega fair provided the local small textile industry the best opportunity where more than 350 international brands from around 29 countries displayed their products in more than 500 stalls.

Dr Khurshid Nizam said that International Textile & Garment Machinery Show was 100 percent Pakistani brands’ show and the only UFI Approved Event of the industry in South Asia, which provided enormous opportunities of learning, information-sharing, mutual cooperation and combined projects to all the stakeholders in the textile sector in whole of South Asia.
http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/business/01-Sep-2015/deals-worth-300m-signed-at-textile-asia-exhibition

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Textile Asia exhibit: Orders worth $150 million booked
By Our Correspondent
Published: September 1, 2015

LAHORE: The 14th International Textile Asia Exhibition, organised by the Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association (PRGMEA), booked orders worth $150 million on the opening day, while deals worth more than $300 million were agreed to during the three-day mega textile fair. PRGMEA and Ecommerce Gateway Pakistan have also signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly conduct the mega textile event for the next five years in Lahore.

According to PRGMEA Central Chairman Ijaz Khokhar, around 55,000 people visited the exhibition. “This year’s show was dominated by Chinese companies, but next year we intend to invite companies from Germany as well as from across Europe to showcase their brands.

“The fair provided the local small textile industry the best opportunity as more than 350 international brands from around 29 countries displayed their products in more than 500 stalls,” said PRGMEA Vice Chairman Malik Naseer.

Published in The Express Tribune, September 1st, 2015.

http://tribune.com.pk/story/948379/textile-asia-exhibit-orders-worth-150-million-booked/

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Textile Asia strikes $300m deals in three days
September 01, 2015
Our Staff Reporter, Lahore

The 14th International Textile Asia Exhibition, organised by the Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association, booked the orders of $150 million on first day while deals of more than $300 million were made during overall three-day mega textile fair.
PRGMEA and Ecommerce Gateway Pakistan have also singed an MoU to jointly conduct this mega textile event for the next five consecutive years in Lahore.
After the amazing response and winning huge success, the PRGMEA and Ecommerce Gateway Pakistan have decided to hold International Textile Asia Exhibition every year in August at Expo Centre Lahore for at least next five years,” PRGMEA Central chairman Ijaz Khokhar announced at the concluding ceremony of the exhibition on third day.
He said that around 55,000 people visited the exhibition during first two days while more than 100,000 visitors registered their presence in textile fairs in three days.
PRGMEA Central chairman said that the machinery and equipments display at the exhibition were of immense utility to manufacturers producing value added products for increasing volume of exports. He hoped that local businessmen would benefit from this technology by adding value to their products. He said that textile Asia Expo also featured businessmen to businessmen (B2B) meetings, a lot of important industry-related presentations and seminars on textile sector.
Ijaz Khokhar announced that this year show was dominant by mainly Chinese companies but next year we would invite the companies from Germany as well as from the whole Europe to showcase their brands in Textile Asia Exhibition in Lahore.
PRGMEA vice chairman Malik Naseer said that this textile machinery fair in Pakistan would increase productivity, resulting into better competitiveness. He said that the exhibition is aimed at focusing the Punjab’s potential of textile and garment machinery, accessories, raw material supplies, chemicals and allied services under one roof, as around 80% of textile industry locates in this province. The exhibition also provided an effective platform for joint ventures and collaborations to the textile sector’s SMEs.

Malik Naseer observed that the PRGMEA mega fair provided the local small textile industry a best opportunity where more than 350 international brands from around 29 countries displayed their products in more than 500 stalls.

Dr. Khurshid Nizam said that the international Textile & Garment Machinery Show is 100 percent Pakistani brand and the only UFI Approved Event of the industry in South Asia, which provides enormous opportunities of learning, information sharing, mutual cooperation and combined projects to all the stakeholders in textile sector in whole South Asia.

http://nation.com.pk/business/01-Sep-2015/textile-asia-strikes-300m-deals-in-three-days


The Frontier Post

PRGMEA, Ecommerce Gateway sign MoU to conduct Textile Asia for next five years in Lahore


LAHORE (INP): The 14th International Textile Asia Exhibition, organized by the Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association, booked the orders of $150 million on first day while deals of more than $300 million were made during overall three-day mega textile fair.
PRGMEA and Ecommerce Gateway Pakistan have also singed an MoU to jointly conduct this mega textile event for the next five consecutive years in Lahore.
After the amazing response and winning huge success, the PRGMEA and Ecommerce Gateway Pakistan have decided to hold International Textile Asia Exhibition every year in August at Expo Centre Lahore for at least next five years, PRGMEA Central chairman Ijaz Khokhar announced at the concluding ceremony of the exhibition on third day.
He said that around 55,000 people visited the exhibition during first tow days while more than 100,000 visitors registered their presence in textile fairs in three days.
PRGMEA Central chairman said that the machinery and equipments display at the exhibition were of immense utility to manufacturers producing value added products for increasing volume of exports. He hoped that local businessmen would benefit from this technology by adding value to their products. He said that textile Asia Expo also featured businessmen to businessmen (B2B) meetings, a lot of important industry-related presentations and seminars on textile sector. Ijaz Khokhar announced that this year show was dominant by mainly Chinese companies but next year we would invite the companies from Germany as well as from the whole Europe to showcase their brands in Textile Asia Exhibition in Lahore.

PRGMEA vice chairman Malik Naseer said that this textile machinery fair in Pakistan would increase productivity, resulting into better competitiveness. He said that the exhibition is aimed at focusing the Punjab’s potential of textile and garment machinery, accessories, raw material supplies, chemicals and allied services under one roof, as around 80% of textile industry locates in this province. The exhibition also provided an effective platform for joint ventures and collaborations to the textile sector’s SMEs. Malik Naseer observed that the PRGMEA mega fair provided the local small textile industry a best opportunity where more than 350 international brands from around 29 countries displayed their products in more than 500 stalls.

Dr. Khurshid Nizam said that the international Textile & Garment Machinery Show is 100 percent Pakistani brand and the only UFI Approved Event of the industry in South Asia, which provides enormous opportunities of learning, information sharing, mutual cooperation and combined projects to all the stakeholders in textile sector in whole South Asia.
http://www.thefrontierpost.com/article/332773/


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PRGMEA to bring Textile Asia Exhibition to Lahore

August 18, 2015

Our Staff reporter

LAHORE – The Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers & Exporters Association (PRGMEA) has announced to bring the 14th International Textile Asia Exhibition to Lahore first time in collaboration with Ecommerce Gateway Pakistan, terming it a trade fair of the Punjab’s biggest B2B textile, garment, embroidery, digital printing machineries and chemical and allied service.
PRGMEA Central chairman, Ijaz Khokhar, said that thee-day mega event is being held at Lahore Expo Centre from 29-31 August.
“PRGMEA is taking steps to boost export of value-added sector by bringing latest garment technology at door step and this activity is being done to facilitate the exporters of Faisalabad, Multan as well as Sialkot.”
The event will provide an effective podium for joint ventures & collaborations to the textile sector’s SMEs, 80 percent of which are located in Punjab, having no financial capacity to attend international exhibitions. So, the mega fair is going to provide them a best opportunity where more than 350 international brands from around 29 countries will display their products in more than 500 stalls. Participation of 210 foreign delegates will also mark the event.
The local textile sector’s whole chain has also been invited to attend this country’s largest textile show. The exhibiting countries include: Austria, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, India, Italy, Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, UK, USA etc. The Management of Apparel has also been invited to participate in the fair.
PRGMEA vice chairman Malik Naseer said that the International Textile Asia Trade Show is one of the most and enduring events to be held for the last 14th successive year but first time in Lahore. The event is being organized at the most opportune time when the government is looking forward to modernize and upgrade the textile sector of the country for better quality products and enhanced productivity.
The Ecommerce Gateway Pakistan president Dr. Khursheed Nizam said that the international Textile & Garment Machinery Show is the only UFI (Paris) Approved Event of the industry in South Asia, which provides enormous opportunities of learning, information sharing, mutual cooperation and combined projects to all the stakeholders in the most apt sector of Textile in Asia.

http://nation.com.pk/business/18-Aug-2015/prgmea-to-bring-textile-asia-exhibition-to-lahore

Pakistan Observer

Intl’ Textile Asia Exhibition from 29th

Salim Ahmed

Tuesday, August 18, 2015 – Lahore—Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers & Exporters Association (PRGMEA) Monday announced to hold 14th International Textile Asia Exhibition in Lahore for the first time in collaboration with Ecommerce Gateway Pakistan. PRGMEA Central Chairman Ijaz Khokhar said here that thee-day mega event was being held at Lahore Expo Centre from August 29 to 31, terming it a trade fair of the Punjab’s biggest B2B textile, garment, embroidery, digital printing machineries and chemical and allied service.

The PRGMEA is taking steps to boost export of value-added sector by bringing latest garment technology at door step and this activity is being done to facilitate exporters of Faisalabad, Multan and Sialkot. Khokhar said, the event would provide an effective podium for joint ventures and collaborations to the textile sector’s SMEs, 80 percent of which are located in Punjab, having no financial capacity to attend international exhibitions. So, the mega fair is going to provide them a best opportunity where more than 350 international brands from around 29 countries would display their products in more than 500 stalls and 210 foreign delegates would participate in the event, he maintained.

The local textile sector’s whole chain have also been invited to attend this country’s largest textile show. The exhibiting countries include: Austria, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, India, Italy, Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, UK, USA etc. The Management of Apparel has also been invited to participate in the fair.

While, the PRGMEA vice chairman Malik Naseer said that International Textile Asia Trade Show is one of the most and enduring events being held yearly basis for 12 successive years but now first time in Lahore. The event is being organized at the most opportune time when the government is looking forward to modernize and upgrade the textile sector of the country for better quality products and enhanced productivity.

http://pakobserver.net/detailnews.asp?id=270902

DAWN

14th Int’l Textile Asia Exhibition in Lahore
August 18, 2015
LAHORE: The Pakistan Readymade Garments Man­u­­­­facturers and Exporters Association (Prgmea) on Monday announced to bring the 14th International Tex­tile Asia Exhibition to Lahore for the first time in collaboration with the E-com­merce Gateway Pakistan.
In a press statement, Prgmea Central Chairman Ijaz Khokhar said the three-day event would be held at Lahore Expo Centre from August 29-31, 2015.
More than 350 international brands from around 29 countries will display their products. Participation of 210 foreign delegates is also expected at the event.—Staff Reporter
Published in Dawn, August 18th, 2015

http://www.dawn.com/news/1201088

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Our correspondent
Tuesday, August 18, 2015

LAHORE: The Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association (PRGMEA) in collaboration with Ecommerce Gateway Pakistan announced to bring the 14th International Textile Asia Exhibition to Lahore for the first time, a statement said on Monday.
Terming it Punjab’s biggest B2B textile, garment, embroidery, digital printing machineries, and chemical and allied services exhibition, the PRGMEA Central chairman Ijaz Khokhar said the thee-day event will be held at the Lahore Expo Centre from August 29-31.
“PRGMEA is taking steps to boost the export of the value-added sector by bringing latest garment technology to the door step, and this activity is being done to facilitate the exporters of Faisalabad, Multan as well as Sialkot,” he added
The event will provide an effective podium for joint ventures / collaborations to the textile SMEs, 80 percent of which are in Punjab, and have no financial capacity to attend international exhibitions, he revealed. More than 350 international brands from 29 countries will display their products in more than 500 stalls at the fair. Participation of 210 foreign delegates will also mark the event. “Austria, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany,India, Italy, Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, UK, USA etc,” he added, would exhibit their products. The Management of Apparel has also been invited to participate in the fair.
PRGMEA vice chairman Malik Naseer said the textile Asia trade show is one of the most enduring events for the past 13 years.
The event is being organised at the most opportune time when the government is looking forward to modernise and upgrade the textile sector for better quality products and enhanced productivity.

http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-3-334685-Textile-Asia-exhibition-from-August-29

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Punjab’s biggest textile exhibition at Lahore Expo Centre from 29th

Reported by: `Customs Today Report August 18, 2015

LAHORE: The garments manufacturers have announced to arrange the 14th International Textile Asia Exhibition at Lahore Expo Centre from August 29-31 and showcase products of textile, garment, embroidery, digital printing machineries and chemical and allied service.
The Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers & Exporters Association (PRGMEA), terming the event the biggest trade fair of Punjab, has announced to arrange the event first time in collaboration with Ecommerce Gateway Pakistan.
PRGMEA Central chairman Ijaz Khokhar said that the association is taking steps to boost export of value-added sector by bringing latest garment technology at door step and this activity is being done to facilitate the exporters of Faisalabad, Multan as well as Sialkot.
The event will provide an effective podium for joint ventures & collaborations to the textile sector’s SMEs, 80 percent of which are located in Punjab, having no financial capacity to attend international exhibitions. So, the mega fair is going to provide them a best opportunity where more than 350 international brands from around 29 countries will display their products in more than 500 stalls. Participation of 210 foreign delegates will also mark the event.
The local textile sector’s whole chain has also been invited to attend this country’s largest textile show. The exhibiting countries include: Austria, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, India, Italy, Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, UK, USA etc. The Management of Apparel has also been invited to participate in the fair.

http://www.customstoday.com.pk/punjabs-biggest-textile-exhibition-at-lahore-expo-centre-from-29th/