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Texlynx & BASF to jointly develop new performance-based products
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Jun '08
BASF Pakistan Private Limited and Texlynx Home signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate in developing innovative textile articles and in this way buying house in Pakistan that sources for global retailers and brands in USA and Europe.

This is the first time for Texlynx to collaborate with a textile chemicals supplier.

This collaboration aims at presenting innovative textile finishes and concepts, such as functional finishes and textile processes that conserve resources to the global market and showcase high value articles that textile industry of Pakistan has to offer.

The partnership offers the retailers not only support in sourcing, but also technical know-how.

“BASF is committed to the sustainable development of the textile industry.

We want to work together with customers and partners along the textile value chain to deliver high quality textile articles that also meet the latest global ecological standards and requirements,” states Klaus Tiedemann, heading the Global Value Chain Marketing Team at BASF Textile Chemicals.

“Working with Texlynx was a natural choice for us combining Texylnx's leading position and experience in Pakistan's sourcing with BASF's broad product portfolio and application know-how, we can develop innovative articles and eco-efficient processes in the interest of the entire textile industry.”

Texlynx will have access to BASF's application laboratory in Pakistan to jointly develop new effects.

Imran Lateef, Founder of Texlynx said: “Value addition and process reengineering is a must to maintain and enhance the competitiveness of Pakistan's textile industry.

Texlynx is delighted to work with BASF, who has a broad chemical and technical expertise. We believe that the increasing challenges of the industry can only be overcome by joint interdisciplinary teams.”

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