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  Training workshops on nonwovens & geo-textiles

The Office of the Textile Commissioner in India along with the Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, INDA-USA as the knowledge partner is organising two-day training workshops on Nonwovens & Geo-textiles to be held at three places, viz, Surat, New Delhi & Coimbatore for potential investors willing to start Nonwoven & Geo-textiles plants in India.

Details of the programme are as under:

Training Workshops on Nonwovens & Geo-textiles at:

Surat, Venue: Hotel Gateway; (Mar 4 & 5)

New Delhi, Venue: The Park; (Mar 7 & 8)
Coimbatore, Venue: Hotel Residency; (Mar 10 & 11)

INDA is a leading trade association of Nonwoven fabrics industry based in Cary USA with over 300 members including many fortune 500 companies. INDA is world renowned for quality training programmes. INDA has deputed Dr Edward Vaughn who is the tutor for the INDA's nonwoven courses abroad for giving training to the Indian entrepreneurs. Dr Edward Vaughn is well known in the Nonwovens industry for his stewardship for 34 years of the annual Clemson Nonwoven Fabrics Forum.

The training workshop designed specifically for potential investors will provide opportunity to the existing entrepreneurs in technical textiles and potential investors to gain composite understanding of nonwovens & geo-textiles helping them to set up new nonwovens & geo-textiles plants to grow and attain international cost and quality competitiveness.

Information is also available at regional offices of the textile commissioner and INDA-Bangalore office

(Mallyah Marimuthu, INDA - USA, Hari Bldg, 569,6th Cross, 7th Main, Indiranagar, HAL II Stage, Bangalore 560 038. Tel: 080-25256674. Fax: 080-25255605. Email: inda.bangalore@gmail.com; mmallyah@inda.org. Web: www.inda.org/india)

published February , 2008
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