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A.T.E. & DyStar training program receives overwhelming response
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Feb '11
Ever since the launch of the Training Program for the textile industry, the joint efforts taken by the textile giants A.T.E. Enterprises Pvt Ltd and DyStar India Private Limited, in the service avenues of helping industry and institutions through their joint venture banner “Training School” has received overwhelming response.

After the successful program carried out in prominent textile centers like Tirupur, Mumbai and Ludhiana, the module for student's was launched in one of the famous institution in South India at Komarapalayam on 4th Feb 2011.

200 budding textile technocrats from Erode District from various Collages like SSM College of Engineering, SSMITT, Erode Institute of Technology, Bannari Amman Institute of Technology, and PSG Tech have interestingly attended the training on “THE BEST PRACTICES OF PACAKGE DYEING“ covering the Fundamentals, Chemistry and Process of Package Dyeing.

While the Process and Chemistry aspect was jointly presented by Dr. Siva Rama Kumar Pariti C.Col A.S.D.C, Manager Laboratory/DTS and by Mr. Errol Fernandes, Manger Business Development, DyStar.

The machinery aspect was handled by Mr. G. Elango, Deputy General Manager M/s A.T.E Enterprises Pvt Ltd (Textile Engineering-Processing – southern region).

While summing up the proceedings Mr. N. Somasundaram, Coimbatore Branch Manager of DyStar thanked the organizers and the students for their active participation.

Students were ecstatic and enthusiastic about the benefits they got from this program. Many students came up with a request to conduct many such programs on various processing topics to get the know how from A.T.E and DyStar.

DyStar India Private Limited

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