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DyStar Textile Solutions for Microban antimicrobial application
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Aug '08
DyStar announced a new partnership agreement with Huntersville, USA, based Microban International Ltd. The agreement names DyStar as the exclusive, global distributor of Microban antimicrobial technologies for the textile industry, beginning September 1, 2008.

“Microban is the global leader in antimicrobial product protection and our partnership brings together the antimicrobial and brand expertise of Microban with the leading position of DyStar as solutions provider for the textile sector,” states Alan Cunningham, Vice President Textile Solutions at DyStar.

DyStar has an unparalleled global presence with sales, technical service, laboratories, distribution centers and production facilities in over 50 countries around the world. DyStar's excellent position in key markets and relationships with textile mills, retailers and branded manufacturers enables both companies to effectively introduce Microban's broad range of antimicrobial technologies.

The two companies will focus together on providing their customers with custom antimicrobial solutions designed to meet their unique needs for performance, durability and environmental stewardship.

The Microban brand is found on over 750 products of leading manufacturers across a breadth of industries including consumer products, building materials, foodservice, commercial products, healthcare and textiles.

“Consumer demand for antimicrobials in textiles and apparel continues to grow at a rapid pace, while at the same time the supply chain grows more complex. DyStar's position as the global leader in textile solutions allows us to provide world-class technical sales, service and logistical support, anywhere in the world, in the fast, responsive manner that our customers expect,” says David Meyers, President and CEO of Microban International. “We're looking forward to a very successful partnership.”

DyStar Textilfarben GmbH

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