Huntsman Textile Effects announced a strategic partnership with PT Lucky Print Abadi (LPA) that will see the global textile leader being awarded the coveted Preferred Supplier Status for LPA’s dyes and chemical requirements.
This partnership will see Huntsman Textile Effects actively supporting LPA in differentiating itself in the market through the supply of high quality textile dyes, chemicals and world-class technical service support.
Huntsman Textile Effects is a global leader in developing total textile solutions across all aspects of the textile chain and a committed player in developing sustainable, high performing processing and effects chemicals with low environmental impact.
It will provide technical service support to LPA to achieve quality standards in keeping with the rigorous customer requirements and to supply materials for their production facilities in Indonesia.
Commented Mr Kent Kvaal, Vice President of Global Sales and Technical Services at Huntsman Textile Effects, “We are very pleased to be conferred the Preferred Supplier Status by LPA. This sends a strong signal that we are on the right track and that our unwavering focus on sustainability and innovation has indeed supported our business partners in enabling their products to be highly differentiated yet environmentally-friendly in this competitive market.
As LPA’s Preferred Supplier, we are confident that Huntsman Textile Effects will continue to deliver the same exacting, world-class technical service solutions and high quality dyes and chemicals that will give LPA the added competitive edge.”
Added Ms. Lily Tamin, Managing Director of LPA, “We are happy to partner with Huntsman who is known for their innovative and excellent technical service. This partnership will bring new standards and productivity levels for both organizations which are critical in today’s business environment. This will help us to bring differentiation to the market and to cater to the needs of end customers”
A leading integrated cotton textile company supplying finished printed and dyed fabrics to major brands around the world such as Esprit, Tom Tailor, Gap, Gymboree, Marks & Spencer and others, LPA has been awarded the prestigious ISO 9001:2008 certificate in recognition of their high quality standards.
LPA has also adopted global standard practices such as “OKO-TEX 100” to meet stringent human-ecological requirements in the use of the ‘AZO-Free Dyes and Chemicals. The introduction of these programs have resulted in new yarns and fabrics products made through innovative combinations of raw materials, chemicals and processes.
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