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Dystar to show new concept at Interdye Shanghai
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Apr '16
Dystar, a global solution provider for colourants, auxiliaries and services, will present its new concept - Cadira Reactive, a concept for reactive cellulose dyeing under Dystar's Cadira programme, at Interdye Shanghai in Stand A100 from April 13-15, 2016, according to a press statement released by the company.

Cadira Reactive is the first launch under the Cadira programme, which in turn is a new module in Dystar's Resource Efficiency programme. The Cadira programme helps brands and retailers and their production partners to save valuable resources and to reduce the carbon footprint of their textile goods.

The Cadira concept helps in the reduction of water, waste and energy consumption.

Additionally, the company will also present the new Levafix Eco range, completely free of p-CA and other regularly controlled amines, for sustainable exhaust and continuous dyeing of cellulosic at the show.

It will also showcase Jettex intense inks, Dianix XF2 Disperse Dyes, cost effective solutions for the automotive industry, innovative wool dyes and their denim solution package in Shanghai.

As part of the Dystar Textile Services team, Texanlab, a leading testing institute based in South Asia, will showcase their comprehensive range of testing services for textile, leather, footwear, jewelry, dyes and auxiliaries. (MCJ)

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