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Archroma signs MoU with Pakistan's Mehran University
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Aug '17
Archroma, a global leader in colour and specialty chemicals, has signed a memorandum of understanding with Mehran University of Engineering & Technology (MUET), Jamshoro, Pakistan. The MoU entails cooperation for a five-year period and will explore projects on basic indigenous textile dyes at MUET towards smart methodologies in processing of textile dyes.
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Under the partnership, the students of MUET will get access to the hands-on training programmes at Archroma Centre of Excellence at Karachi.

The MoU was officially signed at a ceremony in Jamshoro by Prof Dr. Mohammad Aslam Uqaili, vice chancellor of MUET and Mujtaba Rahim, CEO, Archroma Pakistan.

Speaking at the occasion, Mujtaba Rahim said: “We, at Archroma, believe in continuous improvement and challenging the status quo leading to enhance sustainability especially in preserving nature and creating value for our stakeholders. Through this initiative of mutual cooperation, we will be able to share latest knowledge and technical developments with the research team of MUET, and strengthen scholarly collaboration between MUET and Archroma.”

“This partnership is going to have far-reaching impact in research projects which will bear highly positive results for MUET and Archroma. Our academic team is very enthusiastic on the mutual collaboration and look forward to interesting research outcomes. Industrial liaison of students will create confidence and the training, internships and working sessions will benefit them in their career development,” Uqaili commented. (SV)

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