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Archroma to show new sustainable innovations at Interdye
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Mar '14
Archroma, a global leader in color and specialty chemicals, and the former textile, paper and emulsions businesses of Clariant, will highlight breakthrough opportunities for sustainable textile manufacture at China Interdye, April 16-18, 2014 in Shanghai. 
 
Presenting its award-winning innovations and services under the slogan “We touch and color people’s lives, every day, everywhere”, Archroma will exhibit for the first time in China since becoming a standalone company at Booth HallA#221.
 
Archroma’s solutions allow textile producers to develop more sustainable products and processes and combine functionality with lifestyle. 
 
At the booth, visitors can discover Archroma’s new range of textile and garment samples, and experience the calculation tools designed for the selection of products and processes that support the shift toward more eco-advanced technologies and address creativity and design trends.
 
Archroma’s ONE WAY sustainability service is recognized for its game-changing approach to textile manufacturing based on the strong conviction that both ecological and economic benefits are reachable. ONE WAY is designed to help customers meet their sustainability targets in a fast and reliable manner. 
 
It is a 3-step systematic approach to the selection of chemicals and production processes that once completed, gives customers calculation results that assess the cost, performance and environmental profile of the evaluated products and processes. 
 
ONE WAY was honored with the prestigious ICIS Innovation Award for Best Business Innovation 2013, and the effectiveness of its sustainability calculation system was confirmed in physical tests carried out by leading machine builder Fong’s.
 
Archroma’s ADVANCED DENIM aims at developing new technologies for exciting color and material effects to be achieved, while reducing the impact of denim manufacturing on the environment. 
 
When employing the ADVANCED DENIM technology, based on the “Denim-Ox” and “Pad/Sizing-Ox” processes, water consumption can be reduced by up to 92%, up to 63% of the usual cotton waste can be avoided, and up to 30% can be saved in energy costs compared to traditional denim processes. Latest developments include an exhaust dyeing process using non-indigo based Diresul Indicolor dyes that respond effectively to increasing garment dyeing demand, and affinity-free sulfide-free* dyes, Optisul C, suitable for GOTS** and bluesign1 approval.
 
Advanced Denim technology received the prestigious 2012 ICIS Innovation Award and Innovation with Best Environmental Benefit Award. 

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