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DyStar releases Sustainability Performance Report 2018-19

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Sep '19
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DyStar, a specialty chemical company with a heritage of more than a century in product development and innovation, has released its Sustainability Performance Report for 2018-2019 based on its defined Four Key Performance Indicators – creating responsible products and services, sustainable business growth, conserving planetary resources and caring for people.

"Our commitment to sustainability at DyStar is illustrated across the way we performed our businesses. By making positive impacts toward the entire supply chain, we are being a responsible corporate citizen, and at the same time helping our customers to do likewise," said Eric Hopmann, CEO of DyStar Group in a press release by the company.

Into its ninth year of reporting, DyStar has shown significant improvements through the year of 2018. Among other achievements, DyStar's relentless efforts have paid off in terms of organisation's financial performance achieving double-digit growth in revenue of 11 per cent and has helped to operationally reduce overall production footprint by 20 per cent for every ton of production.

Globally, DyStar provides a diverse range of innovative solutions to multiple industries including textile & leather, personal care, pharma & household, food & beverages, paints, coatings, industrial & construction, printing, paper & packaging as well as water treatment & agriculture.

DyStar is a leading specialty chemical company with a heritage of more than a century in product development and innovation from the textile industry. The company operates with more than 2200 employees spanning across 50 countries and with 17 production sites, supporting customers from diverse sectors and supply chains with reliable products and solutions. (PC)

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