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AATCC establishes Member Support Services thru E&T
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Aug '08
The American Association of Textile Chemists & Colorists (AATCC) has established local membership support services for its members in south and southeast Asia by entering into an agreement with E and T Textile Resources (E&T), based in Chennai (Madras), India.

E&T will communicate with AATCC members, customers and prospects on AATCC's behalf as AATCC Membership Services Associates, concentrating on membership support and development in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam.

AATCC Membership Services Associates' principal is Jayakumar Gopalakrishnan. He has been an AATCC member since 1997 and is currently serving a second term as the AATCC International Region board member.

His background has been in technical resources and customer services management. An active participant in AATCC research and administrative committees, Gopalakrishnan has conducted many AATCC technical training programs.

He was instrumental in establishing the first two AATCC sections outside the US, in Mumbai, India and Tirupur, India.

“Now we're better able to answer general inquiries and provide more timely responses about AATCC membership and member benefits in a world area where we're continually gaining individual and corporate members,” says John Y. Daniels, AATCC Executive Vice President.

“Our Membership Services Associates work with our headquarters and local sections to gain new memberships and renewals.

They provide excellent member and customer services, represent the association, and promote AATCC in business and industry.”

American Association of Textile Chemists & Colorists

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