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ATNT 2011 to focus on cotton & technical textiles
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Dec '11
The international conference on Advances in Textiles, Machinery, Nonwoven and Technical Textiles-ATNT 2011, will be held in Coimbatore city, from December 15th to 17th, 2011. It is jointly organized by Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore, India and Texas Tech University, Lubbock, USA. M/s. Accenture and Clariant are serving as co-sponsors of the event.

This ATNT conference has received world-wide support with wide participation by the industry and academia. Participants from the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Kazakhstan, Japan, Taiwan, Germany, China and India will be at the ATNT-2011.

Many leading textile companies and academia such as Porous Materials, Inc. Ithaca, USA, Enercon Industries, USA, Lakshmi Machine Works Ltd, Voltas Ltd, University Institute of Chemical Technology, RWTH Aachen University, Germany, RMIT, Australia to a name a few are participating.

A special feature of this international event is the technical workshop on “Opportunities in Technical Textiles” conducted by the co-organizing secretary Dr. Seshadri Ramkumar of Texas Tech University, USA. World cotton market situation will be provided by Mr. Roger Haldenby, International Associate, Plains Cotton Growers, Inc., Lubbock, USA.

The conference is broad based and will focus on the emerging and cutting-edge advancements in the frontier areas of natural and synthetic fibers, polymers and fiber production, general textiles, textile machinery, coloration and finishing, textile testing, nanotechnology, smart textiles, nonwoven and technical textiles.

India is emerging as a textile and manufacturing powerhouse with enormous growth opportunities. With the burgeoning middle class population over 300 million; there will be an explosion of textile material usage in all sorts of applications, providing a huge market for global textile players.

India is a preferred place for multinationals to venture into a myriad of business opportunities including nonwoven, medical, technical textiles and apparel sectors.

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