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Training Courses on Nonwovens & Absorbent Hygiene Products by Edana-BCH
Sep '08
Edana, in co-operation with BCH, brings back to India its world acclaimed Training Courses on Nonwovens and Absorbent Hygiene Products 12-15 November 2008 - New Delhi.

Taking place in concurrence with the International Conference on Technical Textiles organised by IIT Delhi during the week beginning from 10th November 2008 in New Delhi, these 2-day intensive training courses are designed to give a unique overview of all aspects of the Nonwoven and Absorbent Hygiene Industry's products, including processes and markets.

Although giving emphasis on newest raw materials, state of the art manufacturing technologies (illustrated by new exclusive videos) and opportunities for taking the industry forward in a rapidly evolving global business environment, this year's training programme is also intended to provide participants with useful advice for sourcing products, raw materials and components, based on EDANA´s supplier databases.

Innovations for the Indian version of the course will include product development exercises, a new perspective on the sustainability record of the nonwovens industry, and an exclusive overview of international standards and test methods.

These training courses have been successfully established by Edana in Europe and North America and have also been delivered by Edana's Technical and Education Director, Jean- Michel Anspach, in local language in France and Brazil.

Although designed primarily for marketing and technical/R&D executives from producers, suppliers and converters, it is expected that, because of India's emerging nonwovens industry, the training courses will attract the interest of potential investors and business executives who are new entrants to this exciting sector.

So if you're looking at opportunities outside conventional textiles and wish to be a part of the nonwovens industry in India which is all set for a steady growth…opportunity is waiting at your doorstep! Please note that registration for the training courses (Nonwovens: 14th - 15th November and Absorbent Hygiene Products: 12th- 13th November), is on a “first come, first served basis”. Each course will be limited to approximately 30 delegates, so early registration is advised.

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