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Seminar on Best Practices in Yarn Dyeing receives good response
02
Jul '10
DyStar India Private Limited and A.T.E. Enterprises Private Limited jointly conducted a seminar on "Best Practices in Yarn Dyeing” at the Park Plaza Hotel, Ludihiana, on 2 July 2010. The winning initiative was organized with the aim to help raise the standards of technical competency of the local Textile Industry.

Around 60 technical personnel from corporations such as Vardhman, Vardhman Polytex, Venus Garments and Supreme Yarns have attended the training seminar. The program had attracted overwhelming response, with delegates coming from Northern India and from Delhi/Panipat region.

Key trainers were Mr. Manish Basle and Dr. Siva Ramakumar Pariti from DyStar and Mr. G. Elango from A.T.E., covering Chemistry and machinery respectively.

A variety of other topics were discussed during the seminar, ranging from machinery to finishing of Yarn. Including dyeing efficiency and cost reduction, in particular, the need for dyeing cost to be reduced so as to compensate the yarn price fluctuations, as well as, exploration of green technology from DyStar and A.T.E., for further reduction of the load on ETP and related cost reduction.

Being the depute program of its kind in Ludhiana, the event was jointly inaugurated by Mr. V. R. Sai Ganesh, Head of Business Development of DyStar and Mr. S. Rajendran Vice, President of A.T.E. Enterprises Pvt Ltd. “We at A.T.E. Enterprises are very keen to bring the energy efficient textile machineries into Punjab market,” said Mr. S. Rajendran.

And, in his speech to fellow members of the industry, Mr. V. R. Sai Ganesh highlighted that “DyStar is committed to the development of the Indian Textile Industry”. “We plan to conduct such seminars on a regular basis to encourage and have a closer interaction with technical personnel and, at the same time, fulfilling the requirements of the Punjab Textile Industry.” Said Mr. Vikas Puri, Branch Manager of DyStar-Chandigarh.

Feedback received on the DyStar-A.T.E. initiative was very positive and encouraging. “DyStar and ATE have taken a very good initiative to be the first to train the local talent. It should help the Punjab Textile Industry,” commented Mr. Vivek Agarwal, G.M. of Vardhman Polytex. “There is a need to have such seminars and to have them held on a regular basis, for the good and development of the Textile Industry,” added Mr. Harpal Singh – Yarn Dyeing Head , Venus Garments. YKK India Private Limited has highly appreciated the initiative taken by DyStar and ATE.

A.T.E. Enterprises is a part of the A.T.E. Group, which was established in 1939 and operates in the areas of textile engineering, clean technology, flow technology, print and packaging solutions and machine-tomachine solutions. With a formidable presence in textile engineering, both in conventional and technical textiles, A.T.E. Enterprises is uniquely positioned as a 'one window solution provider' across the textile value chain, from spinning to finished products.

Formed in 1995 as a specialist in textile coloration, DyStar has transformed itself into a full-solution provider. We now offer customers a complete range of auxiliaries, colorants and experts solutions. Our team of well-trained staff and modern service labs in major markets ensure that customers all over the world receive fast and expert technical service.

DyStar India Private Limited


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