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DyStar & A.T.E. enters into broad co-operation agreement
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Management Team of DyStar and A.T.E. after Agreement on Co-operation
Management Team of DyStar and A.T.E. after Agreement on Co-operation
DyStar India Private Limited and A.T.E. Enterprises Private Limited (both Mumbai) have entered into a broad co-operation agreement, to provide training in various textile applications to their valued customers.

DyStar is a leading solutions provider for the textile industry and market a full range of dyes, auxiliaries and services for all stages in the production chain, from the creative idea to manufacture of end-products. To remain at the leading edge, DyStar invests significantly in research to develop new products and technologies with a better ecological profile.

Expert Solutions as a part of DyStar Textile Services is an independent global platform to provide quick and competent advice and support for textile finishers, brands and retailers. Expert Solutions focuses on the best available technology. As part of the DyStar Group, the team benefits from the extensive know-how available in the company and can use resources such as laboratory facilities, research and development, innovative technologies and DyStar's worldwide network.

A.T.E. Enterprises is a part of the A.T.E. Group, which was established in 1939 and operates in the areas of textile engineering, clean technology, flow technology, print and packaging solutions and machine-to-machine solutions.

With a formidable presence in textile engineering, both in conventional and technical textiles, A.T.E. Enterprises is uniquely positioned as a 'one window solution provider' across the textile value chain, from spinning to finished products.

With innovative technology solutions brought from around the world from over 50 world renowned principals, and with unparalleled service, A.T.E. provides a sustainable competitive advantage to the Indian textile industry.

Commenting on the new partnership, Mr. G.V. Aras, Director of A.T.E. Enterprises says; “Joining hands by two experts in their own fields, namely A.T.E. in the process and technology arena and DyStar in the dyes, auxiliaries and advisory arena - is certainly going to help the Indian textile industry in upgrading the technical know-how of their technicians and technologists. This in turn will help achieve a better machine performance and quality output”.

This agreement will provide the required platform for both companies to combine their strengths in the areas of machinery, application technology, safety, environment and dedication to high quality products and services. Stressing the importance of this partnership Mr. Rajesh Balakrishnan, Managing Director of DyStar India Private Limited says “The co-operation with A.T.E. is an excellent fit with our objective to provide comprehensive end-to-end training to our customers through our independent business unit – Expert Solutions. We are looking forward to roll-out the first module in September 2009”.

The first training under this banner is planned in September, 2009 for the yarn dyeing customer base in Tirupur.

DyStar India Private Limited


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