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Dysin celebrates success of Dychufix reactive dyes
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Sep '08
Dysin-Chem, the single largest Dyestuff and Chemicals dealer and service provider in Bangladesh, has recently arranged for a technical seminar in Dhaka, in order to celebrate 5th year of successive leadership in Dychufix in Bangladesh.

Mizanur Rahman, Managing Director of Dysin-Chem Ltd, Fazlul Hoque, President of Bangladesh Knitwear Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BKMEA), First Secretary of the Chinese Embassy located in Bangladesh, along with other dignitaries were present at the seminar.

In an exclusive interview with Fibre2fashion, M Najmul Islam, Marketing Director informed, “The seminar focused on advancement of dyestuff on the Dychufix, which is a reactive dye. Our company is a leader in this field. Dychufix as a single brand of reactive dyes has been leading the textile market of Bangladesh.”

According to Mr Islam, around 450 customers from Dhaka and its adjacent vicinity and few from Chittagong attended the seminar.

Dysin basically cater to domestic companies who are mainly into exports. Major share of the company's products are consumed by knitwear sector and few are used by the Non-woven industry.

Dysin-Chem Ltd is a 100 percent owned Bangladeshi company under the leadership of Mr Mohammad Mizanur Rahman, the Managing Director who is widely considered to be a GURU in Bangladesh Knit dyeing & printing industry. However, the brand 'Dychufix' is jointly developed by Dysin-Chem Ltd and Chuyuan Hwalle, China, the largest reactive dyestuff manufacturer in the world and solely marketed in Bangladesh by Dysin.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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