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LAHORE: Governor of Punjab, Sardar Saleem Haider Khan, has appreciated APTMA leadership for providing training to Uzbek textile professionals including engineers, stakeholders, and industrialists, aimed to enhance their expertise and operational scope.

He was speaking at a reception organised by the APTMA for the participants of the training programme at Lake City on Saturday. He termed it a significant initiative to foster international industrial collaboration by the APTMA.

Dr Gohar Ejaz, Patron-in-Chief of the APTMA, welcomed the Governor Punjab to present shields to the Uzbek participants of the Knowledge-Based Exchange/Training Programme.

This week-long training, conducted by APTMA in collaboration with the National Textile University (NTU) in Faisalabad, focused on empowering professionals from Uzbekistan’s textile industry.

Speaking on the occasion, Chairman APTMA North Kamran Arshad said the programme, tailored for Uzbek textile professionals including engineers, stakeholders, and industrialists, aimed to enhance their expertise and operational scope. Held from May 15th to 18th, 2024, the training covered critical aspects of textile products, processes, marketing strategies, GSP+ compliance obligations, and more.

He said the participants visited several prominent industrial facilities in Faisalabad, such as Crescent Textiles, Crescent Bahuman Ltd, Interloop, and Masood Textiles. The delegation also toured a state-of-the-art testing lab facility during their stay in Faisalabad.

The training programme emphasised competitiveness and relevance in the ever-evolving textile sector. With rapid technological advancements and changing trade regulations like GSP+, understanding the latest processes, products, and trade advantages is crucial. Moreover, effective promotion and marketing strategies are vital for business success in today’s dynamic market. This training equipped participants with essential knowledge and skills to navigate these challenges, ensuring they remain at the forefront of textile industry practices.

Patron-in-Chief APTMA Dr Gohar Ejaz said this training heralds the arrival of APTMA as an international leader in the textile business. APTMA also is fostering better relations with brother countries thereby creating a softer and more business-friendly image of Pakistan.

The Senior Executive members, including SM Tanveer, Syed Ali Ahsan, Ahsan Bashir, Asad Shafi, Ahmed Shafi, Mian Ahsan, Shahid Sattar and Mohammad Raza Baqir, of APTMA were also present at the shield distribution ceremony at Lake City, Lahore.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2024

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