EDANA, in cooperation with BCH, is holding two nonwovens and absorbent hygiene products training courses, for the first time in India in November 2006. Taking place in November in New Delhi, these two-day training courses will provide an opportunity for India’s newcomers to the industry, to quickly gain a complete understanding of the various technologies, processes, raw materials and market aspects of nonwovens and absorbent hygiene products.
Although designed for marketing and technical/R&D executives from producers, suppliers and converters, it is expected that, the training courses will also attract the interest of potential investors and business executives who are considering entering the emerging nonwovens industry.
The training program only marks the beginning of a series of courses that EDANA will be offering in India in partnership with BCH, an Indian organization which provides a comprehensive and vital resource of information along with promotional activities to their members for all areas of nonwovens and technical textiles.
Registration for the training courses (Nonwovens on November 13-14 and Absorbent Hygiene Products on November 16-17), is on a first-com, first-served basis. Each course will be limited to approximately 30 to 35 delegates. More information: www.edana.org.