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USTER brings 'Think Quality' concept at ITME India
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Oct '08
The 8th India International Textile Machinery Exhibition (INDIA ITME 2008) is to be held from 15th to 22nd November 2008 at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC), India. The exhibition will give an opportunity to the participants and business visitors to access the new technology and developments in textile production and operations.

The ”Think Quality” concept devised by USTER, takes an all-round approach to the improvement of quality throughout the textile process sequence, from fiber to end-product, combining leading-edge equipment with USTER's unrivalled expertise, to meet the most stringent needs of customers all along the chain.

USTER Booth at ITME: Hall 3 / Booth B104

Signposting “The Way to Think Quality” are five core elements:

- A full range of leading products for quality testing, monitoring and control.
- Total quality testing – unique in combining both online and laboratory testing in a fully-integrated approach. Random testing is now a thing of the past.
-A deep understanding of customers' processes and operations.
- A commitment to quality-cost optimization.
- An authoritative role in defining quality for the whole textile industry.

For more than 60 years, USTER has been a watchword for quality control and optimization in the textile industry, and this proud reputation is set to be enhanced still further at INDIA-ITME 2008.

Uster Technologies AG


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