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Successful production of Levafix Blue CA in India
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Sep '12
Lonsen Kiri Chemical Industries Ltd. (Lonsen Kiri), a joint venture between LongSheng Group, China and Kiri Industries, India, successfully produced the first bulk quantities of Levafix Blue CA, a fluoro-triazine (TFT) based reactive dye, at their site in Gujarat, India. The production and quality control was carried out with DyStar's supervision.

The production of Levafix Blue CA is an important milestone in establishing the manufacturing site of Levafix CA dyes in India. The Levafix CA dyes require complex, multi-step synthesis under high safety standards and conditions. 
 
The Levafix CA range is DyStar's high-end reactive range for dyeing and printing of cotton and other cellulosic textiles. The Levafix CA is designed to deliver excellent fastness performance and optimal dyeing behavior with high fixation levels. Levafix Blue CA is a key element in that range. Many Levafix CA products are used to color garments of trendsetting Brands & Retailers.
 
"This achievement concludes a long process of plant and product know-how transfer. Furthermore, I am proud of the Shareholders’ and the DyStar team’s commitment to excellence demonstrated by this project” states Harry Dobrowolski, CEO of the DyStar Group.
 
DyStar, with a heritage of over 100 years of both product and application innovation, was founded in 1995 as a coloration specialist for the textile and leather industries. Since then,  the company has transformed itself into a solution provider, offering customers a complete range of colorants, auxiliaries and services. 

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