Popular for its color and chemical specialty towards sustainability, Archroma extends its hand to help Liberty Textile Mills Ltd. (Liberty), a leading producer in healthcare textiles to produce high quality personal protective equipment (PPE).
Liberty would be able to benefit from Archroma’s specialty solutions for hygiene protection, and well-established technical expertise in the area of medical textiles. The PPEs manufactured by Liberty will aid the current shortage in the medical professionals in Pakistan.
Liberty has gained over 2 years of experience in the medical textiles and has only expanded globally since. This collaboration will guide the company ahead towards enhancing protection during the pandemic. Archroma is to provide a complete set of specialty chemicals required to produce PPEs with its advanced scientific knowledge and technical expertise on antimicrobial and barrier coating areas. This will allow hospitals, isolation centers and intensive care to enhance their medical standards.
Mujtaba Rahim, CEO of Archroma stated that by continuously challenging their status quo they are able to support their customers operating in the area of medical textiles, with a holistic and expert approach to hygiene protection. He proudly states that this partnership allows them to bring state-of-the art protection to health professionals and the general public.
Taimoor Mukaty, Director of Liberty Textile Mills Ltd. has said that Liberty has held high achieving accolades and their processing units are fully equipped with latest equipment complying international standards. He further states that this collaboration would be considered a stepping stone into the medical textile industry. The company looks forward to the innovations in the production of PPEs.
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