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DyStar Colours teams up with Coatema Coating
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Oct '10
With signing a confidentiality agreement, the DyStar Colours Deutschland GmbH, Frankfurt, and the Coatema Coating Machinery GmbH, Dormagen, have started into a development co-operation.

The future collaboration will cover the area of minimal application technologies for pre-reduced indigo, indigo, vat dyes und further effect chemicals on yarns, fabrics and other textile substrates. Development activities will focus on application technologies for denim with DyStar's patented product Indigo Vat 40% Solution.

“With DyStar and Coatema, the technology leaders for indigo and for coating machines have got together. This offers the unique opportunity to create new, never seen before denim effects“, says Günther Widler, Head of Denim Technology at DyStar.

The Coatema Coating Machinery company offers mechanical engineering for coating, printing and laminating plants for R2R and S2S applications. For more than 35 years now, Coatema has been developing solutions for the most different markets like prepreg, flexible electronic, renewable energies, converting, technical textiles, paper, medical, membrane, etc.

DyStar is a leading provider of products and services for the textile industry. Trained specialists and modern service laboratories in all major markets ensure fast and competent customer service. Thanks to its high-quality and innovative solutions, DyStar helps its customers to lower their costs, to reliably meet quality and environmental standards and to shorten delivery times.

DyStar Colours Deutschland GmbH

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