TAI – South India Unit Celebrated its Foundation Day
The Textile Association (India) South India Unit was established in 1948 and the first foundation day was celebrated on 16th May, 1950 at WOODLANDS Hotel, Coimbatore with 20 Life members and 80 Ordinary members.
TAI – South India Unit has been conducting the foundation day programme every year during the third week of May month. 72nd Foundation Day program was organized by TAI – South India Unit on 21st May, 2022 at Coindia Hall, Avarampalayam Road, Peelamedu, Coimbatore.
Shri Sathyanarayana , Vice President, TAI – South India Unit delivered the welcome address and Shri K. Gandhiraj, Honorary Secretary explained the activities of TAI – South India Unit and the role of Founders TAI – SIU with power point presentation.
Then, Chief Guest, Shri Ashwin Chandran, CMD of Precot Limited delivered a special address and released the Book “Manufacturing Excellence in Spinning Mills” authored by Shri A. Kanthimathinathan, CEO, WINSYS SMC. The Guest of Honour, Shri S. Hari Shankar, JMD of Lakshmi Card Clothing Mfg. Co. Pvt. Ltd. received the first copy of the Book and delivered Keynote Address. Then Shri A. Kanthimathinathan briefed about the book. Followed by the book release event, the Technical Presentation was given by Shri D. Jayaraman, Deputy Director of SITRA on the topic “Moving towards Synthetics – Challenges in Processing of Synthetic rich blends”.
The Presentation was very useful and more interesting with highly valuable information on the Synthetic Processing for about 120 minutes.
About 220 members and professionals attended the program. All the participants appreciated the presentation and the program, which was the need of hour for all Textile Professionals.
Finally, Shri A. Sivaramakrishnan, Honorary Joint Secretary, TAI- South India Unit delivered the Vote of Thanks and ended with dinner participation.
The entire programme was well organized and the master of ceremony was done by Mr. Sivakumar, Honorary Joint General Secretary of TAI – Central Unit. TAI – South India Unit committee members have extended their full co-operation and support for the success of this program.