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Raymond becomes Tecnorama's 1000th machine buyer
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Dec '16
Courtesy: Tecnorama
Courtesy: Tecnorama
Indian textile giant Raymond has become the thousandth machine buyer of Italy based Tecnorama. Raymond recently purchased DOS&DYE system for precision dyeing of its high quality yarns and fabrics. In a span of just over 30 years, Tecnorama has sold 1,000 machines all over the world. However, it plans to sell the next 1,000 in shorter duration.

“Our perseverance in working with dedication and quality is being rewarded and we will continue to follow this path. It is not every day that a company receives a vote of confidence from a renowned Group like Raymond. With more than 800 dedicated retail stores and thousands of multi brand outlets in India and neighbouring countries, Raymond is indeed the most admired textile brand and we are honoured to be associated with them We express gratitude to all our clients who have placed their trust in us over the years and helped us become a strong company,” Tecnorama said in a statement.

Tecnorama develops and produces automatic machinery for dissolving and dispensing of liquid and solid dyestuffs and chemicals for laboratory use and production in bulk. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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