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16/02/2009

Indian government commissions EDANA nonwoven training courses

At the request of the Indian Textile Commissioner (Government of India, Minister of Textiles), EDANA will present a series of training courses focusing on the hygiene, medical and filtration sectors...
At the request of the Indian Textile Commissioner (Government of India, Minister of Textiles), EDANA will present a series of training courses focusing on the hygiene, medical and filtration sectors, providing education about the nonwovens industry and to support the development of the growing Indian production of nonwoven materials and local markets.

The training courses will be delivered in Mumbai and Coimbatore from the 25th of February to the 4th of March, 2009. To book your place, please see instructions in the attached leaflets.

This course continues the EDANA aim to provide education and awareness to the nonwovens and related industries, including international standards, contributing to the establishment of a level-playing field. The Indian series is based on the successful ‘Nonwovens’ and ‘Absorbent Hygiene Products’ training courses which are offered throughout the year in Belgium and France, and have also been delivered in Brazil in local language.

About EDANA
EDANA, serves the nonwovens and related industries (previously known as the European Disposables and Nonwovens Association), and has 226 member companies in over 30 countries.  Its Mission is to create the foundation for sustainable growth of the nonwovens, absorbent hygiene products and related industries through active promotion, education and dialogue.  Information about upcoming events can be found at www.edana.org

For further information please contact:
Abby Bailey, Marketing and Communications Director, edana
Telephone: +32 2 734 93 10
Fax: +32 2 733 35 18
E-mail: abby.bailey@edana.org  
Website: www.edana.org
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