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July 13th, 2007

Thailand : Textile industry goes the nanotech way

Abstract:
As part of their effort to write a new chapter in innovative technology, Thailand Textile Institute has entered into a partnership with the National Nanotechnology Centre to come up with new products and production processes.

According to institute's Executive Director Virat Tandaechanurat, the partnership will help the institute widen its technological development for commercial use while allowing local textile manufacturers to develop a broader variety of products.

"We are trying to educate manufacturers associated with Thailand Textile Institute. National Nanotechnology Centre experts can guide them to pay more attention to innovative technology in textile industry," Tandaechanurat told Fibre2fashion.

Source:
fibre2fashion.com

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