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Jakarta to host Interdye Asia 2013 from Oct 24
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Oct '13
The global largest dye-chem show - China International Dye Industry, Pigments and Textile Chemicals Exhibition, known as China Interdye, has already been successfully held for 13 editions. With the brand superiority and popularity of INTERDYE, the organizers are holding Interdye Asia as the Asian tour.

Organized by China Dyestuff Industry Association, China Dyeing and Printing Association, China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, Shanghai Sub-Council, the third shop of Interdye Asia tour will be held on October 24th to 26th, 2013 at Jakarta International Expo.

Interdye Indonesia 2013 is another heavy hit after Interdye India 2011 and Interdye Turkey 2012, which gained active participation and strong support from enterprises and industries home and abroad. The planned exhibition area was 2000 sq.m. with about 110 booths. In order to meet the requirements of exhibitors, which were much more than expectation, the organizers decided to increase an exhibition hall and total exhibition area exceeded 5000 sq.m.

So far, more than 110 domestic and foreign companies have participated Interdye Indonesia, among which 64% are domestic and the rest 46% are foreign. Exhibits include dyes, organic pigments, auxiliaries, printing and dyeing, chemical equipment, textile fabrics and other fields.

Global well-known enterprises such as Yorkshire, Jagson, Everlight, T&T, Lonsen, RunTu, JiHua, YaBang, Jeco, Kedah in dye and pigments industries; Transfar, Dymatic in dyeing auxiliaries industries; JiNing Ruyi, QingDao Phoenix in textile dyeing and printing industries; ShanDong JingJin, DeZhou Damei in equipment industries have confirmed their participation.

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