In HEPC there are more than 1500 manufacturers of home textiles, fabrics, flooring, clothing and accessories, which are exported around the world. The main goal of the Council is to support and advise Indian manufacturers and exporters of textile products, and help to attract foreign buyers interested in Indian products.
With the assistance of the Ministry of Textiles and the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Indian companies get the opportunity to participate in more than 20 international fairs per year, including the largest - Heimtextil Russia - International Trade Fair for Interior Furnishings and Home Textiles.
One of the events where you will have more effective offline meetings with Russian buyers is Heimtextil Russia, which will take place on September 14-16, 2021, in a traditional format. Every year, more than 17,000 professionals attend the fair in order to find new suppliers and exchange contracts directly with manufacturers from about 20 countries, including India.
Visiting the national pavilion at Heimtextil Russia, you will get new business contacts with:
- manufacturers of interior fabrics,
- handmade fabrics,
- terry products,
- carpets and flooring,
- textiles for bedroom, kitchen and table textiles.
Indian exporters which took part in Heimtextil Russia (Indian povilion) in 2019-2020 fairs:
2019: AKIRA TEXTILES, ANAND TEXTILES, HOME TRENDZ INC, LAKSHMI SILK HOUSE / Raghunath, Life Style India, Inka, MALANI OVERSEAS PVT. LTD., M.G.HOME CREATIONS, Nirtex Exports and Investment Pvt. Ltd., Pardeep Exports, R.G. EXPORTS, Saar International, SHIVGANGA EXPORTS, UNITY EXPORTS, VANSH CREATION, VASULAL INTERNATIONAL, VERTEX INDUSTRIES PVT LTD, AKS Rugs Co., Sri Kumaaran Rugs.
2020 (Heimtextil Russia.Digital edition): Home Rich Impex, Pushpsons Industires LTD., Ambadi Enterprises Limited, Raghunath, VP TEX, RT AGE PVT. LTD.
India is one of the few textiles producing countries in the world which can claim the complete value chain productivity strength. The sector also has several advantages like, abundance of availability of raw materials such as cotton, wool, silk, jute and manmade fibres are available in abundance.
The Deputy Director of the Board, Mr. Shri P. Rangasamy, notes a number of advantages of the Indian textile industry, including:
- huge textile production capacity;
- low labor cost;
- high export potential;
- flexible textile production systems.
Due to prevailing trade uncertainty, HEPC plans to facilitate buyers' access to textile products from India by organizing series of virtual buyer-seller meetings (B2B meetings). Shops, buyers, wholesale buyers, well-known brands, importers, retailers, etc. interested in home textiles and floor coverings, etc, are invited as bayers.
Russian customers can also use this opportunity to attend these virtual meetings and get acquainted with suppliers from India.