Trade Association for Transfer Manufacturers

March 1975
Textile Institute & Industry;Mar1975, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p67
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the inauguration of the Textile Transfer Manufacturers' Association in Great Britain. Its role is to encourage the use of heat-transfer processes to textile manufacturers all over the world. John Carr, chairman of Lowe & Carr Ltd. was appointed as its president, while the managing director of Sublistatic Ltd., Bernard Fox, had been designated as vice president. Among the companies that joined the inaugural meeting are Bemrose Transfer Prints, James Broadley Ltd., Kentes Ltd., and Arthur Sanderson & Sons Ltd.


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