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A.T.E. joins hands with Screen O Tex India

10
Sep '18
Courtesy: Screen O tex
Courtesy: Screen O tex
A.T.E., a leading engineering group offering solutions in manufacturing, industrial sales, distribution, and services, has joined hands with Screen O Tex India, for the marketing and sales of textile screens in South India and Bangladesh. Screen O Tex, in Ahmedabad, is a leader in the rotary nickel screen business for textile and non-textile applications.

Screens from Screen O Tex are manufactured and controlled to have consistent thickness, a uniform open area, and error free repeats – which form the three pillars of quality for wide screens. These high standards result in superior registration, vivid designs, and the finest, error free print results. Moreover, the screens are cost effective and reliable, with multiple stripping and reuse possible due to their excellent ductility, according to a press release.

With its focus on research and development, technology, and quality-centred processes, Screen O Tex has consistently maintained European quality standards for its screens, meeting the needs of the textile printing market all over the world.

A.T.E., with its rich experience in rotary screen printing, will be able to further augment its offering to textile customers in South India and Bangladesh with high quality textile screens. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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