News Desk, News Nation 360 : The premier international textile event in India, Bharat Tex 2024, is expected to upend industry standards when it takes place in New Delhi on February 26–29, 2024, at Bharat Mandapam and Yashobhoomi. This event, which is being organised by a Consortium of Textile Export Promotion Councils under the gracious patronage of the Ministry of Textiles, Government of India, is proud to announce strategic alliances with prominent national and international textile associations, corporate entities, and Indian states. These partnerships are a major step forward, propelling the textile industry's growth, innovation, and sustainability. The 5F vision—Farm to Fibre to Factory to Fashion to Foreign—is embodied by Bharat Tex 2024, an initiative that is fundamentally centred around innovation, collaboration, and the spirit of "Made in India." Hon. Prime Minister Narendra Modi The event is expected to draw more than 40,000 visitors from over 40 countries, with more than 3,000 exhibitors making it the largest textile event on a global scale. The entire textile industry value chain will be fully showcased at Bharat Tex 2024, from the newest technological advancements to India's rich cultural heritage and textile traditions. They are pleased to announce Madhya Pradesh as their "Supporting Partner State" and Uttar Pradesh as their "Partner State" for Bharat Tex 2024. These partnerships are expected to stimulate the textile industry and highlight the history of textiles in these states by showcasing progressive initiatives and regional textile heritage. Aditya Birla Group, Reliance Industries Limited, Arvind Ltd., Indorama Ventures, Trident Group, and Welspun Living are all on board Bharat Tex 2024 as "Platinum Partners," "Gold Partners," "Silver Partners," "Fashion Partners," "Sustainability Partners," Chargeurs PCC, "Associate Partner," and WGSN, "Trend Partner." Narendra Goenka, Chairman of Bharat Tex 2024, expressed his views on the new partnerships and stated that they would like to express their sincere gratitude to their esteemed corporate partners and national and international textile associations for their invaluable collaboration in helping to make Bharat Tex 2024 a global success. Their shared vision of promoting innovation and excellence in the textile industry is strengthened by the unwavering support of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, which constitute a significant milestone in their transformation of the textile landscape. Together, they create a tapestry of infinite possibilities that will influence textiles globally in the future. The following domestic textile associations have partnered with Bharat Tex 2024: Yarn Ethically and Sustainably Sourced, the Southern Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SGCCI), the Screen Printers’ Association of India (SPAI), the Polyester Textile Apparel Industry Association (PTAIA), the Denim Manufacturers Association (DMA), the Indian International Garment Fair (IIGF), the Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI), the Southern India Mills’ Association (SIMA), the Tiruppur Export Association (TEA), the Accessories and Trims Manufacturers Association (ATMA), and the Clothing Manufacturers Association of India (CMAI), the Brands and Sourcing Leaders Association (BSLA), and the Yarn Ethically and Sustainably Sourced The International Textile Manufacturers Federation (ITMF) and the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) are reputable international associations. The objective of Bharat Tex 2024 is to ignite innovations that surpass regional limits and strengthen India's position as a major player in the textile sector. By emphasising knowledge sharing, technological advancements, and environmentally friendly methods, the combined endeavours will transform the textile sector and foster an atmosphere that promotes individual and collective progress. The collaboration between Bharat Tex 2024, prominent corporate entities, and textile associations highlights their mutual dedication to advancing the textile industry towards a revolutionary path.
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