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Textile auxiliary producer Welsum applies bluesign system
15
Oct '10
The Taiwanese company Welsum Technology Corporation has successfully completed a bluesign audit. The audit proves that the company fulfils all relevant bluesign criteria. From now on Welsum is officially bluesign supporter.

To Welsum it is important to protect humans and the environment. For this reason it follows strict EHS (Environment, Health & Safety) principles. This means that it only uses newest production processes for its production. Welsum works innovatively and sets a high value on the best quality and an ecological production.

Welsum Technology Corporation with headquarter in Taipei, Taiwan, was founded in 1981. Since then it is continually growing and developing. In order to guarantee a high standard of the products it uses state-of-the-art technology from Japan. Its main markets are in the United States as well as East Asia and South East Asia.

Welsum mainly produces textile chemicals, papermaking chemicals, and artificial leather chemicals. The textile auxiliaries and specialty chemicals are constantly improved all while putting high emphasis on innovation, quality, service, and environmental protection.

bluesign technologies has decided to open the criteria of its standard. The result of the development work for years of this unique and holistic standard is published now.

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