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Course on 'Practical Experience in Continuous Dyeing – E control'
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Jan '10
Subsequent to the overwhelming response to the first joint training programme conducted in Tirupur for cheese dyeing customers, A.T.E. and DyStar come forward to do the second training programme at Mumbai for continuous dyeing customers. The training may run around for 5 hours including laboratory session. As a unique feature, Mathis may also join with DyStar and A.T.E. to add value to this training programme. It is scheduled to be conducted in 3rd week of Feb'10 at DyStar premises in Navi Mumbai.

The training will focus on addressing the issues being faced in the continuous dyeing ranges apart from dealing with the basics of various continuous dyeing techniques and the ways to optimize the performance in terms of quality, process and productivity. As the training is conducted jointly by three companies that are involved in machinery, dyes and laboratory fronts, comprehensive presentation will be made available to the participants.

Faculties are hand picked from each company based on their experience and competence in the given field so that effective training will be experienced by the participants Certificate, signed by DyStar and A.T.E., will also be distributed, at the end of the session, to the participants.

Dystar India Private Limited


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