As the world's largest dye and chemical event, the exhibition boasts a long and distinguished roster of exhibitors from China and from around the world including DyStar, BASF, Tanatex, Huntsman, Yorkshire, Clariant, Pulcra Chemicals, Daikin, AGC Chemical, Lamberti, Bozzetto, Rudolf, M. Dohmen, Lonsen, Runtu, Jihua Group, Yabang, Hwalle, Transfar, Dymatic, Anoky, Argus, Meilida, JECO, Honghua, Hai Jiang and Jingjin.
As a result of the successes of Interdye 2011 held in India and Interdye 2012 held in Turkey, this year's roster of exhibitors is unprecedented. Booth space reserved by Indian companies is up 40 per cent year on year, while exhibitors from Turkey, Japan and the UK will make their appearances for the first time, paving the way for their expansion into not only China but also the entire Asian market.
Environmentally-friendly auxiliaries and textile printing equipment continue to be the eye-catchers at this year's event, while eco-friendly processing across the entire textile industry chain remains the focus. Non-toxic and pollution-free green textiles have become increasingly popular among manufacturers and consumers.
During the five year period spanning 2011 to 2015, the textile industry is expected to achieve significant progress involving upwards of fifty technologies that touch on the new spinning, weaving, printing and dyeing and processing of textiles, with the aim of converting the entire sector in a truly high-performing one.
Traditional textile printing companies are seeking upgrade and transformation, while a large number of companies are keeping a close eye on the large-scale commercialization of digital printing technologies. China Interdye 2013 aims to serve as the premier purchasing platform forthe world's dye and chemical industry and lay a solid foundation for the sector to boost domestic demand and spur growth.
Co-located seminars will be held by China Dyeing and Printing Industry Association, China Wool Textile Industry Association, China Cotton Textile Association, China Bast and Leaf Fibers Textile Association, as well as the Masterbatches, Textile Printing Auxiliaries and Organic Pigments Speciality Committees of the China Dyestuff Industry Association, among others.
In addition, well-known companies including Intertek, Hohenstein Textile Consulting, and Bluesign Technologies will hold seminars where new advanced technologies and concepts will be presented, providing excellent networking and collaborative opportunities for professional attendees.
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