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Apparel Manufacturers of India successfully wraps up yet another trade fair in Kochi

Published in General Wednesday, 27 June 2018 14:56


The 3-day fair saw participation from nearly 300 retailers from across Kerala

The event was graced by Mrs. Beena Kanan from Seemati


 AMI (Apparel Manufacturers of India), India’s leading apparel group of manufacturers and traders have successfully wrapped yet another edition of trade fair in Kochi this week.

The event which kicked off at Le Meridian was gracefully inaugurated by Venketesh from M/S Narmada Kottayam. The fair saw more than 70 brands from Mumbai exhibiting their upcoming and latest collection.

The event was graced by elite visitors like Mrs. Beena Kanan from Seemati,  Roger from Pulimoottil Silks (Thoduphuza), purchase team of Kalyan Silks, Jolly Silks amongst others.

AMI, which is now the largest apparel trade fair in South of India, saw participation from leading brands from Mumbai which included Ethos, Geevankee, Era, All Timez, Torso Shirts, Diya Design Studio, Big Brother, Fayon Troupe, La Fille and Femi Designs. All these brands showcased their latest collections for the upcoming festive season.

Speaking on the success of their latest trade fair, Nikhil Furia, Key Organizer, Apparel Manufacturers of India said, “Since inception we have been putting sincere efforts to consolidate the apparel market and provide a one-stop solution for seller-buyers of the industry. We have been seeing a positive response in the same and we hope that this continues in the future too.”

He further added, “We would like to thank each and everyone who has been associated since day one of our inception in making our journey such an enjoyable one. It is this belief and support we receive which keeps us going and motivated year after year.”

AMI’s key aim is to bridge the gap between manufacturers, retailers, agents and suppliers and build a robust community for evolution and opportunities. They work in sync to add meaning to the entire value chain of readymade apparel market across India.

AMI has seen a remarkable growth within a short span on time across South India. It kick-started with its first fair at Kerala itself and has today reached to other markets in the South across Tamil Nadu and Telangana. They see attendance from more than 1000 industry individuals per edition.



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