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Symposiums conducted on advances & innovations in textiles
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May '08
Huntsman Textile Effects (India) and the Brückner Group (Germany) conducted joint customer symposiums in India (Kolhapur & Chandigarh) and in Pakistan (Karachi & Faisalabad) in April 2008 respectively to highlight the recent Advances & Innovations made in areas of Chemical Process Materials, Process Engineering & Machinery Technology related to Continuous dyeing and finishing of Apparel & Functional Textiles.

Being held against a backdrop of the appreciating rupee, squeeze on processing margins, environmental issues & steep increases in costs of raw materials, utilities, power & labour, besides the perennial bottleneck in processing, the symposiums made an effort to highlight “Innovation” as the solution to the problems faced by the Textile Industry.

The symposiums outlined the recent innovations made at HUNTSMAN with respect to both the dyes and chemicals and the successful branding concepts created around this platform of Innovation.

The Reactive dyestuffs developed specifically for continuous processes (Novacron C) & it's advantages over the conventional Reactives were elucidated and highlighted.

The recent blockbuster breakthrough innovation from Huntsman – Reactives with shades and behaviour similar to Vat Dyes, ie. Novacron NC – specially for “Earth Tones” which makes use of the Non Contrasting concept (Yellow, Brown, Olive & Grey) in place of the conventional & contrasting hues of Yellow, Blue & Red held the audience in rapt attention.


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