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INDA nonwovens training workshop in Mumbai
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Feb '10
Association of the Nonwoven fabrics industry - INDA -USA in collaboration with Tecnitex Nonwovens and Indian Textile Accessories & Machinery Manufacturers Association - ITAMMA is organizing its most popular two day INDA Nonwovens Training Workshop in Mumbai during 17-18th March 2010

Indian textile industries should diversify into value added technical textiles and nonwovens in order to cater to multiple user industries other than conventional yarn, fabric and apparel markets. Technical Textiles bring not only more value addition and better profit margin but also create more opprotunities for sales.

Therefore, Indian textile industries should aim for diversifying into value added technical textile segments like Automotives, Geotextiles, Filtration, Hygiene, wipes, Medical textiles and other nonwoven consumer products for exports as well as domestic markets

To know more about opportunities in Nonwovens, INDA has designed and developed this Nonwovens training course for technical & nontechnical entrepreneurs, industrialists and students to know various technologies available, products that can be manufactured and projects suitable for Indian & foreign Markets in an easy to understand video and audio presentations.

Leading nonwoven expert from Texas Tech University Dr. S. Ramkumar will tutor this two day training workshop at Mumbai on 17-18th March 2010.

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