For the official inauguration of this office, following dignitaries would be coming on 3rd August 2012 between 15:00 to 15:30 hrs :-
- Honorable Mr. Didier REYNDERS, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Belgium
- H.E. Mr. Pierre VAESEN, Ambassador of Belgium to India
CEO, Luc Tack will be present for this occasion. One of company’s beloved customer Mr. Kamal Oswal, Vice Chairman of Nahar Industrial enterprises Ltd agreed to come as one of the Chief Guest for this event.
The Picanol Group has played a pioneering role worldwide in the development and production of weaving systems for 75 years now. In 1971, the Picanol Group introduced the very first electronically controlled weaving machine in the world. It was also the first weaving machine manufacturer in the world to obtain ISO 9001 certification. Thanks to its policy of innovation, the Picanol Group has managed to surprise the market time and time again with new, high-tech weaving machines thus reinforcing its position among the world leaders.
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