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Kyung-In Synthetic (KISCO) is a bluesign system partner
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Dec '10
Kyung-In Synthetic Corporation (KISCO) is the No.1 dye exporter of Korea, exporting high quality dyes to over 60 countries around the globe and continuously investing in Research & Development. All KISCO products (Reactive, Disperse, Acid, Vat dyes and Optical Brightening Agents) are manufactured in compliance to strict quality control procedures as a bluesign system partner.

A provider of world class technical service, technical excellence and application know-how, provided through Kiscotech. We make every effort to supply high quality, environmentally friendly products to our customers through REACH pre-registration and GOTS certification. As a bluesign system partner and dyestuff supplier, KISCO supports bluesign members to achieve the bluesign label in recognition of quality, which in turn enhances the brand image.

The declared objective of the independent bluesign standard is to put a reliable and proactive tool at the disposal of the entire textile production chain – from raw material and component suppliers who manufacture e.g. yarns, dyes and additives, to textile manufacturers, to retailer and brand companies, to consumers.

Ever since its establishment in 1971, KISCO (KISCO) has been producing world-class successes in research and development of reactive, disperse, fluorescent, and acidic chemical dyes as a pioneer of Korean dye industry. KISCO is indeed the No. 1 dye exporter of Korea, exporting dyes of high quality and technological ingenuity to over 50 countries around the globe.

Kyung-In Synthetic Corporation (KISCO)

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