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Starchaser Partners with WISLA

Published by Sigurd De Keyser on Wed Jun 1, 2005 11:10 pm
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Starchaser Partners with WISLA, Wisla is proud to support the efforts of the Starchaser project and wish all concerned the very best of good fortune in their splendid endeavours.

About WISLA

Wisla Narrow Fabrics Limited was incorporated on 20th July 2004 and commenced trading on 1st September 2004. The Managing Director is Eddie Kozaczek, who has over 20 years’ experience in the industrial webbings market, 15 of which had previously been as a Director of a leading UK narrow fabric manufacturer. Together with Ingrid, his wife and Company Secretary, and a number of handpicked individuals all with proven expertise and significant track records in the development, manufacture and supply of industrial webbings, the company has been trading from new premises in Droylsden, Manchester, since December 2004.

The company’s product range covers webbings manufactured from synthetic fibres including polyester, nylon, liquid crystal and aramid fibres, in widths from 10mm to 300mm and tensile strengths up to 80 tonnes. The webbings are primarily used in the safety markets of cargo handling, personal protection equipment and aerospace security. Numerous sophisticated dyeing and coating techniques are used to enhance the longevity and performance of the finished products.

A small and dedicated department manufactures a variety of straps for lifting and securing using the finest webbings and components available in the market.

The Managing Director stated : “Our dedicated workforce is considered the company’s most valuable asset and it is the objective of this new business to help develop and fulfil the potential of each employee for the good of the business and its customers in surroundings that are business-like, friendly and environmentally conscious. Wisla is proud to support the efforts of the Starchaser project and wish all concerned the very best of good fortune in their splendid endeavours”.

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