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A.T.E. signs agency pact with Canalair Air Systems
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Aug '08
A.T.E. Enterprises Private Limited (ATEEPL) – part of A.T.E. Group - has joined hands with the market trendsetters, Canalair SpA, Italy, effective from 1st August, 2008.

ATEEPL is the exclusive agent for Canalair nationwide and is responsible for marketing and sales of its air engineering systems like air humidification systems, air balancing systems, quench treatment, automatic ventilation and suction systems, sound proofing and filtration systems.

With this tie up, A.T.E. seeks to address the pressing needs of Indian textile industry, by offering customized solution for handling the most precious commodity, air, and providing optimal conditions for both personnel as well as production.

A.T.E. is a well-known engineering group with seven decades of experience in Indian textile markets. It provides complete solution across the textile value chain i.e. spinning, weaving, processing, knitting, embroidery and garmenting as well as in fast emerging areas like nonwovens and technical textiles. It represents more than 55 overseas and Indian textile machinery manufacturers in India and neighbouring countries like Bangladesh, Indonesia, etc.

Canalair SpA, Italy has more than 20 years of experience in air systems manufacturing for various industries, world-wide. Canalair firmly believes in continuous R&D to design products as per customers' needs like high performance and energy saving solutions.

ATEEPL has already bagged a large order for Canalair air humidification systems for nonwoven spunlace production lines. This will be first project of its kind and will be trendsetter for Indian nonwoven arena.

A.T.E. Enterprises Private Limited


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