Saturday , September 24 2022

Authors

  • Clothing Manufacturers Association Of India

    The Clothing Manufacturers Association Of India (CMAI) is the pioneer and most representative Association of the Indian apparel industry for over five decades. It has a membership base of over 20,000 companies, including Readymade Garment Manufacturers, Exporters, Retailers and Ancillary Industry. With it’s headquarter in Mumbai, CMAI also has branches in New Delhi, Bangalore and Pune. The Association acts as a catalyst of change in the industry by interacting with the Government on matters of policies that impact the future of apparel industry. Representing the industry’s viewpoint in matters like Sales Tax, VAT etc. for the Domestic Sector and Exim Policy, procedures etc. for the Export Sector are important amongst such issues. The Association also Guides it’s Members on compliance with various Government Regulations. Amongst CMAI’s major achievement for the industry is it’s immense contribution and lead role in the creation of the Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC) way back in 1978. AEPC today regulates the promotion of entire Garment Exports from India. Taking initiative way back in 1982 to establish National Garment Fair & Regional Garment Fairs to connect domestic garment manufacturers with retailers, distributors and agents across the country is another major contribution of CMAI. Being the largest conglomeration of Retailers and Manufacturers, it serves as a single sourcing destination thereby infusing efficiency of time and cost into the supply chain. These Fairs have today not only become the most important annual trade events for the Indian Apparel Industry’s domestic market, but have substantially contributed to the rapid growth of the overall market size. CMAI has been authorised by the Government of India to issue Certificate of Origin (Non-Preferential) to Exporters. Apparel – The official magazine of CMAI is one of the leading monthly trade magazines containing industry news, articles on topical issues and in-depth analysis is also published by CMAI Excellence in the Export and Domestic sectors of the industry is recognised by CMAI through it’s annual Apex Awards, the National Awards for Excellence in Apparel. Today, CMAI is the only Indian Association that represents the entire Indian Apparel Industry & Trade on prestigious international forums such as International Apparel Federation headquartered in Netherlands and Asian Apparel Federation headquartered in China.
  • S S Textile Media Private Limited

    S S Textile Media Private Limited (SSTM) is into organizing (B2B) Business to Business trade shows related to the textile value chain since 2004 in India. We co-create value through enabling relationships with our customers and associates. Over the last 16 years, we have been extremely focused and passionate in creating valuable brands that serve the total textile value chain. SSTM currently organizes TFI - Textile Fairs India, to integrate the entire supply chain partners from fiber to fashion with its focussed shows viz., YARNEX - India International Yarn Exhibition in Tirupur, New Delhi and Ludhiana. F&A Show - Fabrics & Accessories Trade Show in Bangalore and New Delhi. TEXINDIA - Textile Sourcing Fair in Tirupur and Ludhiana. Apparel Sourcing Fair in Bangalore and New Delhi. Homtex - Home Textiles | Home Decor in New Delhi. The events held annually brings together high quality suppliers and buyers to source products and establish linkages with existing as well as new suppliers. Our endeavor is to build and consolidate upon the success of these brands and also continuously provide value-added services for the value chain. Our core strength, we firmly believe, is our customer base. Over the years we have successfully serviced both buyers and suppliers through our high quality trade shows. The success of each of our shows is reflected in the quality of trade visitors and exhibitors. The shows are focused on building robust and business-like partnerships across the textile value chain. SSTM Team is committed to continuously improving the overall quality of the shows and through our close interaction with textile value chain, will play a critical role in not only shaping strategies but also in making our endeavours more meaningful. And we look forward to this continuous exchange of ideas and suggestions.