FAISALABAD. Up gradation of textile sector is imperative to maintain the inherent edge of Faisalabad in national economy and textile exports, said Mian Tanveer Ahmed Senior Vice President Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FCCI).
He headed a delegation of FCCI which participated in ITMA (International Textile Machinery Association) Fair held in Barcelona, Spain from 20 to 26 June. Upon his return back to Pakistan, he underlined the importance of textile sector and told that in changed environment, we must upgrade our textile sector to remain competitive in international markets. He told that ITMA was one of the biggest exhibitions of latest and most modern textile machinery which was attended by textilers from all around the world. He told that Faisalabad based industrialists had detailed meetings with textile machinery manufacturers but many of them could not finalize their deals due to the prevailing uncertainty in the country. He told that in future, FCCI will avoid sending delegations during budget formulation as during this period the industrialists could not evaluate the financial impact of their bargains. He further told that members of FCCI delegation also had a meeting with Pakistani ambassador in Madrid Mr. Khayam Akbar and Commercial Attaché Dr. Hamid Ali and discusses various strategies to give quantum jump to Pakistani exports in this country.
The delegation also visited historical, cultural and tourist spots of Spain in addition to participated in six day ITMA fair.
FAISALABAD. Group photo of FCCI delegates who participated in ITMA (International Textile Machinery Association) Fair in Barcelona Spain. Mian Tanveer Ahmed Senior Vice President Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry along with other members are standing in front of the Fair Hall.