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Archroma signs MoU with Textile Institute of Pakistan
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May '16
From left: Mujtaba Rahim, CEO, Archroma Pakistan, and Humayun Zafar, President Textile Institute of Pakistan, exchanging documents of the MoU
From left: Mujtaba Rahim, CEO, Archroma Pakistan, and Humayun Zafar, President Textile Institute of Pakistan, exchanging documents of the MoU
Archroma recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Textile Institute of Pakistan (TIP) in a ceremony at Karachi, for a period of three years.

As part of the MoU, the students of TIP will gain access to Archroma's Center of Excellence in Karachi through periodic training programmes as a part of the MoU. The technical team of Archroma will share the latest research knowledge with TIP students in a lecture series also through the collaboration.

Mujtaba Rahim, CEO, Archroma Pakistan, said, “We, at Archroma, believe in continuous improvement and through this initiative we will impart latest knowledge and technical developments to the students who have chosen to make career in textiles. The experience gained through our hands-on training programmes, textile product knowledge and operating systems at our Center of Excellence in Karachi will go a long way in enhancing academic acumen of the students.”

“Our students will benefit from the wide exposure in Archroma labs as well as highly specialised latest equipment used in textiles chemicals testing. They will also be able to get management training widely used in the corporate sector. We hope that our collaboration with Archroma will continue for mutual benefit in many years to come,”said, Humayun Zafar, president, TIP. (HO)

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