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James Heal to show expertise at SaigonTex 2016
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Mar '16
Textile testing instruments producer James Heal is participating at SaigonTex 2016, which will be held March 30 to April 2 in Vietnam in partnership with their agent Thach Anh Vang in booth 1E-1.

“The exhibition, which attracted 656 exhibitors and an estimated 15,000 visitors in 2015, is expected to be the largest SaigonTex yet,” a James Heal press release stated.

James Heal experts; Louise Sheridan, product manager for test materials and Javier Manzano, international sales manager will share expertise in textile testing with visitors at the booth.

On show is the Titan, a universal strength tester which can accommodate tests up to 5kN, and the Martindale abrasion and pilling tester.

James Heal's quality testing material range, which is manufactured, processed and tested in their test materials centre in the UK, will also be exhibited.

“The test materials are totally compliant with relevant standards and specifications, and visitors to the exhibition are invited to see how the James Heal range can meet their testing needs,” the company added.

The exhibition will be supported by a seminar on March 29, organised by Thach Anh Vang, which will be attended by key buyers, laboratory managers and production directors from the textile industry.

Representatives from James Heal and Intertek Vietnam will present on the importance of high quality test materials, best practices and efficient management of laboratories and new product development.

Louise Sheridan said, “This is a great opportunity to understand the needs of this growing market and a chance to share testing knowledge in Vietnam.”

“We look forward to speaking directly to existing and future customers to establish their needs and to promote our quality assured, British textile testing solutions,” Sheridan informed. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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