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Ramatex orders 100 Fong's TEC fabric dyeing machines
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Oct '13
Ramatex, a world-renowned and fully vertical integrated manufacturer for textiles and garments, has placed a major order for hundred units of FONG’s TEC series fabric dyeing machines to be installed at multiple sites in both Malaysia and China within the end of this year. 

Ramatex was first established in 1976 under Gimmill Industrial Pte in Singapore. To date, Ramatex has extended its operational base across Asia, with 3 fabric mills and 13 apparel factories spreading over Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia and China to reinforce its capabilities across apparel manufacturing functions.

Ramatex, being a sustainable and socially responsible textiles manufacturer, is striving for technological upgradation to meet the ongoing demand of green production.

FONG’S has been recognized by Ramatex as a reliable and capable partner in supplying them state-of-the-art dyeing machines to aim at significant savings of all utilities consumption in parallel to superb quality of dyeing.

FONG’S group believes that this significant order under the year of 50th anniversary further endorse our strategy of one stop GREEN solution.

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