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Rotorcraft's super competitor workshop gets good response
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Jun '16
Switzerland based Rotorcraft AG, a leading provider of high quality spinning components together with Soham Enterprises and KM Associates has recently organised a 'super competitor workshop' at Rajkot and Ahmedabad, India. The workshops briefed about user friendly and energy saving innovations from Rotorcraft and were well attended by spinning mill owners, technocrats and consultants.

The workshop aimed mainly to interact with spinners and share knowledge of Rotorcraft Green compact system which offers for all kinds of material and counts. The workshops were very interactive and users of Green compact system shared their experience with gathering.

Prashant Mandke, director of Soham Enterprises welcomed the strategic business get together with Frank Gossmann, CEO of Rotorcraft, Switzerland. Frank shared Rotorcraft era plan's in developing innovative, user friendly and energy saving green compact systems. Frank also briefed about history of Rotorcraft and the efforts put in by Hans Stahlecker for research and development over the years.

Rotorcraft's Green Compact system is the compacting system for all kind of yarn up to 60's count, which does not need any additional power supply, developed by a team led by Hans Stahlecker, head of research and development, Rotorcraft. It offers good quality compact yarn with higher strength, lesser hairness with saving on power, easy to handle and no or less maintence.

Soham Enterprises is promoting and representing Rotorcraft AG for western region of India and KM Associates are Indian partners of Rotorcraft for sales, marketing and support in India. The workshops were organised at Fortune Park, Rajkot on 24th June and Novotel, Ahmedabad on 25th June. (NA)

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