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Texanlab website goes online
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Sep '08
Texanlab Laboratories Pvt Ltd, India, a member of the DyStar Group, launched a new website at texanlab.com in September 2008. The restructured website has a new look and new content to give visitors an overview of the full range of high-quality testing and analytical processes offered to the global textile and leather sectors.

"Texanlab – Excellence in Textile and Eco Testing" is the motto for the new site, which presents Texanlab as an expert all-round partner for retailers, brands and textile processors. This independent testing institute has many years of experience throughout Asia.

The website is divided into four sections, which highlight various aspects of Texanlab's broad offering, for example, quality testing of all types of textiles as well as dyes and auxiliaries used in the textile and leather industries. Its services range from textile analysis and testing through physical test methods to quality assurance.

The website also provides information on Texanlab's testing services to help manufacturers ensure their textiles meet the required quality and ecological specifications, and training programs for customers, suppliers and employees.

In the InfoBase visitors can order and download additional information about Texanlab. A clearly structured contact section rounds out the website so customers can order product analyses and testing quickly and conveniently.

A link to DyStar's homepage DyStar.com takes visitors directly to the "World of Textiles" website, which provides a wealth of information for the entire textile industry, together with access to DyStar products and services.

DyStar, a leading supplier of dyes, auxiliaries and services for the textile and leather industries, acquired the Texanlab testing institute in Thane, India, in September 2007. Texanlab extends DyStar's range of top-performing solutions for the textile chain and helps it establish links between international retailers and brands and mills in Asia.

Texanlab was founded in 1973 and is one of the largest independent textile testing institutes in Asia. It has 95 employees at four locations in India and is a member of the DyStar Group.

Texanlab Laboratories Pvt Ltd


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