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Huntsman Textile Effects to provide sustainable future for Alps

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Feb '10
Alps Industries announced the signing of a strategic partnership with Huntsman Textile Effects (TE) in India. The partnership calls for exclusive supply of materials from Huntsman TE for their eight production facilities in India. In addition, Huntsman TE is to supply technical service support to Alps Industries to ensure compliance with stringent global customer requirements.

“We're honoured to be a part of this partnership with Alps Industries,” said Mr Paul Hulme, President of Huntsman Textile Effects. “India is an important market for us as we continue to expand in Asia Pacific, and we recognise the importance of our key partners in India, who also have a great presence globally.”

Mr Sandeep Agarwal, Managing Director of Alps Industries, commented, “The tie-up with Huntsman will help give us competitive edge in the market and will help us differentiate ourselves in the market. In today's dynamic business environment, sustainability is an important aspect and this cooperation will make Alps Industries remove any volatility in the value chain.”

Mr Ajay Kanwar, Sales Director of Huntsman International India Pvt. Ltd, added, “We are excited to partner with Alps Industries and look forward to helping to provide a bright and sustainable future for Alps.”

Huntsman International India Pvt Ltd


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