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Bluesign shows chemical management solutions at Kingpins
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Nov '16
Courtesy: Bluesign Technologies
Courtesy: Bluesign Technologies
Bluesign Technologies, a Switzerland based solution provider for the entire textile industry, showcased its chemical management solutions at the recently concluded Kingpins show in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The company along with its chemical supplier system partners - Archroma, CHT/BEZEMA and DyStar - provided educational content to visitors at the show.

Bluesign Technologies' motto at the fair was 'more than green'. It introduced the bluesign system based on the holistic approach of input stream management as already available solution to Detox and showcased sustainable denim garments along with its partners at the trade fair.

The chemical supplier system partners also showed their best practice solutions for the denim industry. Archroma displayed advanced denim Diresul Indicolor for denim manufacturing, while Cht/Bezema showcased organIQ, its intelligent and ecological bleaching method for denim garments. DyStar had its denim solution package, which includes DyStar Indigo Vat 40 per cent solution, on display at the fair.

A wide variety of fashionable effects produced with bluesign system approved chemical products were also showcased at Kingpins. (KD)

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