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DyStar opens White Lab in Samutprakarn
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Mar '11
Located within the DyStar Thai. Ltd facilities in Samutprakarn, Thailand, the global application and development laboratory, DyStar Technical Centre OBA, was officially opened in February. Inaugurating the occasion were Dr. A. Schrell, Global Director Auxiliaries, and Mr. Th. Bremer, Director Auxiliaries Asia.

The centre is unique in the DyStar organization in that it has a separate laboratory that is being dedicated to focus on white applications and evaluations. “White is the most dominant single 'colour' for textiles. In order to serve and support our customers and retailers who are in this important segment, the centre will specialize in textile whiteners and optical whitening”, said Dr. Schrell.

The centre for Sera White provides in-depth technical expertise for discontinuous, semi-continuous and continuous applications, together with analytical methods for whiteness evaluations. With the new Sera White range, DyStar offers competitive and state-of-the-art optical whiteners for all major fibres and application methods.

The centre is also the contact point and solution centre for customers and retailers who are in search of white and whitener applications. It is also for those looking for best solutions to match new white shades on all fibres.

“The demands in the fashion industry are continually changing. In order to react with speed to the changing market trends and needs, we need to be nearer to our customers and retailers. We have built the centre in Thailand because it is in close proximity to important textile producing countries and other DyStar technical centres”, added Bart van Kuijk, CMO of DyStar Group.

The proximity and continual cooperation between the centre and other technical departments means that DyStar customers can be assured of the best available technology being applied, and that the solutions offered are practical, economical and environmental responsible.

Formed in 1995 as a coloration specialist for the textile industry, DyStar has transformed itself into a solution provider, offering customers a complete range of colorants, auxiliaries, textile solutions and expert services. Our team of well-trained staff and modern service labs in major markets ensure that customers all over the world receive fast and expert technical service.

DyStar Thai Ltd


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