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Date: August 17, 2018 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Location: Taj samudra Hotel,25, Galle Face Center Road, Colombo, Sri Lanka

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  • Sri Lanka- one of the world’s leading apparel export nations reputed for quality & reliability. It exports to major brands around the world redefining industry frontiers.

    Sri Lanka has been providing sophisticated solutions, creativity and experience in fashion and garment manufacturing. To acknowledge the role of Sri Lankan textile industry Archroma and SDC International Limited collaborate to bring innovations in garment processing to professional from garment coloration and the associated brands. A half day seminar will be organised on Friday 17th August 2018 at the Taj Samudra 25, Galle Face Center Road, Colombo, Sri Lanka (Tel: +94 112 446 622). Networking starts from 3 and registration starts at 4:30 pm the event continues till 8:30 pm followed by dinner.

    Garment processing provides the garment an identity and exclusive appearance. Different looks, finishing and designs could be made on the apparel. It helps in creating a brand image. Many types of the designing effects can be given to the garment through the various processes. In comparison to fabric processing it is better, as the wide range of visual effects created through garment processing cannot be achieved by the latter.

    Out of four types of textile processing viz.- fibre processing, yarn processing, fabric processing and garment processing, the last option garment processing has gained momentum in past few years due to denim garments which is the largest garment segment being processed by this method. There are many advantages of wet processing of denims like it give softness to the garments, eliminates sizing problems, bleaching could be done at preferred parts of the garments, over dyeing could also be done, and so on.

    Join us for knowledge sharing by industry experts, refreshing panel session discussions and networking.



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