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Wykes recovers from economic meltdown

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Jun '10
Mantec Group, which owns Wykes International, the renowned manufacturer from UK for elastomeric and industrial yarns, has declared that Wykes has recovered from the global economic meltdown and it's positive about the future.

In his statement released early this week, Group Chairman, Tim Kelly said that, Wykes International was all set to completely re-unite with the industry, as a well resourced and funded firm, with a new team comprising of a balance of younger genre full of energy and mature genre with immense knowledge and experience.

While home sales and commercial management will be handled by Mark Mellor who was recently promoted, veteran textile engineer, Mick Siddons has joined the firm again and will handle export sales and new business development.

More so, Wykes brawny Laurie Fluck will continue to take care of process and goods development and Smita Pabari will be responsible for continuous customer service section of the business, ensuring that, the conventional Wykes service levels are sustained, informed Kelly.

Wykes has a long reputation for originality and long-term specialist development with its partners. It also has a wide range of patented Bilorex goods, including apparel dye-able ultra low power yarns for the knitwear industry.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk - India


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