The roadshow also facilitated company interactions among going to Indian delegation and stakeholders in Oman.
Eng Redha Juma al Saleh, member, Board of Directors of the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry, was the chief guest on this occasion.
Eng Saleh stressed on the immense possible for additional boost in trade among India and Oman.
Rakesh Adlakha, deputy chief of mission, in his welcome remarks referred to the historical trade hyperlinks among the two nations and invited Omani businessmen to attend VTTGES 2019. Representatives of Textile Development Foundation (TDF), Solapur, gave a detailed presentation on VTTGES 2019, which will be held from September 25 to 27 in Solapur, Maharashtra.
Solapur, identified as ‘The Towel City of India’ for its crafty terry towels and bath linen becoming manufactured at affordable fees, possesses a wealthy blend of culture, fascinating mythology and a thriving cottage and tiny-scale market. The special design and style of Solapur’s terry towels and bath linen is protected and recognised ‘Geographical Indication’ below the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS).
‘VTTGES 2019 and Make in Solapur’ organised with the assistance of Ministry of Textiles, Government of Maharashtra will bring with each other all stakeholders from ‘yarn to fabric’ viz cotton growers, companies, traders, exporters and importers each domestic and international, and customers to a special platform to harness export possibilities of towel companies for their foray into national and international markets.
More details about the expo is obtainable at www.vibrantterrytowel.com
Information Source: Muscat Daily