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Exhibition cum Buyer Seller Meet ‘India International Textiles Expo’ (IITExpo) Colombo 2019, opens today at the Hotel Galadari, Colombo. IITExpo organised by the Powerloom Development and Export Promotion Council (PDEXCIL), set up by Ministry of Textiles, Government of India. 

PDEXCIL works on the objective of overall development of power loom industry of India and promotion of marketing of power loom products, including exports with the active support and guidance from Ministry of Textiles and Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India to support Indian manufacturer exporters. 

To achieve this objective PDEXCIL organise various market promotional activities such as seminar, workshop, Buyer Seller Meet etc. and also participate and organise exhibition cum Buyer Seller Meet in India and abroad.

The third edition of IITExpo Colombo 2019 will be a great platform for Indian textile manufacturers/exporters to directly interact with Sri Lanka’s textile importers/buyers and apparel manufacturers. Exhibitors from all over India are participating in the event, displaying varieties of textiles under ‘Incredible Textiles of India’. 

Over 40 Indian exhibitors from major power loom clusters of India such as Surat, Ahmedabad, Erode, Coimbatore, Ichalkaranji, Solapur etc. will be displaying fabrics, yarn and made-ups in various blends, texture, colour, designs etc. suitable for apparel, industrial and technical application. Buyers of Sri Lanka can look for variety of products such as cotton fabrics, check shirting, polyester cotton blend, poly-viscose, suiting fabrics, terry towel, bath towel, dress material etc.  

India and Sri Lanka has always shared a cordial relation in trade, social and cultural, being its immediate neighbour country and cultural similarity. PDEXCIL also keep good relation with various textile trade Associations and Government Agencies. 

PDEXCIL is organising IITExpo Colombo 2019, which will provide a first-hand experience to Sri Lanka Buyers to interact directly with diversified group of Indian textile manufacturers/exporters. India Overall is the second in terms of Fabric exports to Sri Lanka and IITE 2019 would further enhance this in future.

IITExpo Colombo 2019 is spread over three days from 29 to 31 July.  Expect trade visitors from Garment industry, major importers, wholesalers, bulk buyers, institutional Buyers etc.

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