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July 1st, 2007

THAILAND: Textile industry to develop array of products

The Thailand Textile Institute (THI) in collaboration with the National Nanotechnology centre (NNC) will create innovative technology for use in new products and processes.

"THI" Executive director Virat Tandaechanurat said the partnership would help the institute widen its technology development for commercial use and will also allow local textile manufacturers to develop a broader variety of products.

THI and NNC will together create innovative technology to be used in the textiles industry.

The two organisations will help to set up the direction of textile-technology development to match market demand. The institute is developing technology that would give conventional textiles new functions and new properties.


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