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Yarn & Jari Expo 2024: Surat's global showcase


Surat recently hosted the fourth edition of the Yarn & Jari Textile Expo 2024, a two-day event organized by the Secure Embroidery Thread & Jari Association (SETJA) on May 19 and 20. Over 100 exhibitors from various Indian states participated, showcasing a wide array of imitation jari and yarn products, underscoring the sector's innovation and craftsmanship.

The expo was inaugurated by Textile and Railway Minister Darshanaben Jardosh, who emphasized the imperative of positioning Indian jari in the global market. She pledged governmental support to address industry challenges and encouraged exploration of new applications for jari.

Renowned saint and corporate guide Gyanvatsal Swami graced the event's second day, advocating for unity in business, stating, "Unity is Prosperity." Other notable attendees included local dignitaries, industry leaders, and representatives from various trade associations.

The event attracted approximately 37,000 buyers, reflecting substantial interest in the showcased products. Special highlights included innovative offerings like Babboo yarn jari, crafted from bamboo by Mahendra Zadafiya, and the launch of Multi Jari by K-TEX Jari.

SETJA President Dipakbhai Kukadiya reiterated the association's dedication to business growth and global outreach, aiming to position Surat as a primary destination for high-quality jari and yarn products. The exhibition's success was attributed to sponsor support, including Pareshbhai Lathiya of Aaradhana Jari, Vikas Sharaf of Vplus, and Kapil Goyani of Shiv Hari Processors Pvt Ltd.

With an annual market size of approximately Rs. 1,500 crore, Surat's imitation jari industry showcased its current prowess and future potential at the Yarn & Jari Textile Expo-2024, signaling a resurgence in the city's historical prominence in the global jari market.



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