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French textile machine producers host seminars in Iran
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UCMTF/Textile Association of Iran representatives signing MoU
UCMTF/Textile Association of Iran representatives signing MoU
The French Textile Machinery Manufacturers Association (UCMTF) organised four seminars in Iran at various Iranian textile hubs like Tehran, Kashan, Ispahan and Yazd.

“The French delegation was led by UCMTF vice-president Ameline Guinet and its secretary general, Evelyne Cholet,” a UCTMF press release said.

Raeiszadeh, general manager of the Association of Iranian Textile Companies said that during rainy days, the French machinery manufacturers tried their best to support their Iranian customers.

“These Iranian customers in return, will not forget their friends when sunny days come back,” he added.

According to UCTMF, French manufacturers maintained sales, after sales support and supplied spare parts since the sanctions were implemented.

“Several companies had even opened warehouses to stock spares supply them very quickly, due to which lines supplied by French companies operated smoothly even during the sanctions period,” it too added.

Most of the Iranian textile companies seemed interested in technology from NSC Schlumberger, Laroche, Superba, Aesa, Stäubli, Dollfus & Muller, Rollin-Trelleborg and other companies.

New technologies, after sales services and spare parts availability were the main topics discussed at the seminars, alongside which B2B meetings are also held parallel with the seminars.

UCMTF is of the opinion that Iran has been well known for its high standard products in textiles and carpet manufacturing.

“Therefore, Iranian textile industrialists have to invest in state of the art technologies and they are ready to do it and, in fact, already have very precise plans,” the French trade body observed.

A memorandum of understanding (MoU) too was signed between UCMTF and the Association of Iranian Textile Companies to strengthen their ties on a long term basis. (AR)

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