A HIGH LEVEL DELEGATION ON VISIT TO CAMBODIA FOR SHARING TECHNIQUES OF PRODUCTION OF HANDICRAFTS.

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New Delhi –  17th May, 2019   –  Technology plays a vital role in enhancing quality of handicrafts products. Handicrafts Exporters, entrepreneurs mostly use  traditional skills and craftsmanship with some usages of  technology retaining the intrinsic strength of Indian handicrafts which is the workmanship on the peace of product. Major competitor countries like China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Philippines and others are manufacturing machine made Houseware, Gifts & Decoratives items and by doing so are able to enhance their market share in international market informed Shri Rakesh Kumar, Director General – EPCH.

A high level delegation led by Shri Shantmanu, IAS, Development Commissioner (Handicrafts) alongwith prominent exporters from Moradabad, Agra, Khurja, Delhi and North Eastern Region are visiting Cambodia to study the various techniques of the innovative product development, infrastructure developed for the mass production and affiliation with the different design institutions, trade bodies for enhancement of mass production in the country.

The objective of the delegation visit is to understand various techniques of product development, production infrastructure, design institutions and other institutional support available to the artisans and exporters of Gifts, decorative, crafts, furniture etc. in Cambodia and also explore the possibility of future joint ventures and synergize the strengths of each other. The delegation would be visiting the factories/units pertaining to production of ceramics, natural fibre products (Cane & Bamboo, Rattan, Grass, Palm Fibre, Water hyacinth etc.).

EPCH Delegation met Hon’ble Mr. Cham Prasidh, Senior Minister, Ministry of Industry & Handicrafts, Kingdom of Cambodia alongwith Mr. Shantmanu, Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), Mr. R.K. Verma, Director and other prominent member exporters including Ms. Jesmina Zeliang, Mr. Naveed Ur Rehman, Mr. S. P. Dadoo, Mr. Subhash Chandra Verma, Mr. Bhaskar Sharma and Mr. Narendra Borah.

The delegation also called upon H.E. Ms. Manika Jain, Ambassador, Embassy of India in Cambodia and discussed the purpose of the visit and way forward. They also visited different craft clusters to see the range of products being produced by the Cambodian manufacturers.

The visit of high level delegation to Cambodia will help in motivating the handicrafts exporting community to start using technology in production of handicrafts products with techniques being used in Cambodia which will result in enhancing quality of Indian handicrafts as per standards and demands prevalent in the world markets said Mr. Rakesh Kumar, DG – EPCH.

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