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Uster invites spinning experts to discuss problems
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May '16
Swiss textile quality measurement instruments provider, Uster Technologies has invited experts from the spinning industry to discuss challenges facing profitable production of quality yarns on a unique platform, ‘Uster Quality University’ in the years to come.

Each of the Uster Quality University includes 25 guests (leading spinning mill owners and directors) coming together for a three-day event to share valuable information on the challenges facing yarn producers. They are joined by selected specialists from major downstream customers, as well as Uster experts – a unique alliance of knowledge focused on the textile industry’s challenges.

The idea is to promote independent analysis of the problems, and to guide the participants with real life experiences.

Sales talk is not entertained during the course of the event with the aim to provide only useful information to participants. The participants are competitors outside the event. But at the event, deep insights of the knowledge within the industry are shared.

Young participants are encouraged at the event to understand how the industry will shape up in the future.

Commenting on the event, Thomas Nasiou, CEO of Uster Technologies said, “The value for our customers is that they become aware about the important issues and curious on their implications. The pragmatic approach to discuss challenges together has been proved correct as well as providing an open platform – something the participants haven’t enjoyed since their own university days.”

“The fact that these groups are ready and willing to take part in Uster Quality University is confirmation of its value as an independent source of vital intelligence for spinning mills and of the power of Uster in bringing this concept to fruition,” he added.

The first Uster Quality University took place in 2009. Seven years later, it is an established event in India and China. (MCJ)

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