ITAMMA, formerly known as “Association of Merchants & Manufacturers of Textile Stores & Machinery (India) was established in the year 1943 and is today the Oldest Textile Association in the land.
ITAMMA is the voice of SMEs in the Indian textile engineering and accessories industries. We advocate for policies and institutional support to bolster our members’ capacity to innovate and spur economic growth through the textile machinery industry.
ITAMMA has envisaged for itself a pre-dominant role in providing its members a platform to maintain a vibrant industrial base with programmes on quality and production . We spread awareness of support programmes of governments even as we promote the engineering sector of the textile industry that is the largest non govt employment generator in India.
We provide insights, research, data and domain expertise to improve members’ exports while meeting the needs of the sector within India. We are a resource for knowledge on regulatory requirements and standards of best business practices. We facilitate networking and commercial opportunities for our members in order to meet these goals.
“ITAMMA overcome Challenges to Opportunities during COVID-19”
Entire World has faced tough times of COVID-19 and lockdowns resulted in hampering their businesses and routine operations.
We at ITAMMA continued our work being boosted by the support of Mrs Hansaben Mehta, to deliver more than 14 Webinars under the Banner of B. K. Mehta Memorial Lecture Series and develop “ b. k. Mehta Modern Virtual Library.”
– PURVIK J. PANCHAL, ITAMMA PRESIDENT (2022/23)
In keeping with its commitment to its members, ITAMMA’s outreach programmes and in house events provide members resources & references to grown and innovate. Our services cover four broad thematic areas:
OUR AFFILIATIONS & NETWORKS
The Platinum Jubilee function on January 17,2019 at ITC Maratha, Mumbai will be held on the eve of GTTES.
The Vice President of India has sent this letter to mark the occasion.
The Governor of Maharashtra has sent this letter to mark the occasion.
The Chief Minister of Maharashtra has sent this letter to mark the occasion.