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Shanghai to host China Interdye & China Textile Printing
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Mar '18
Courtesy: China Interdye
Courtesy: China Interdye
The 18th China international dye industry, pigments, and textile chemicals exhibition (China Interdye) and the China international digital textile printing, printing, and dyeing automatics exhibition (China Textile Printing), is scheduled to be held from April 11 to 13, 2018 at the Shanghai world expo exhibition & convention centre, in Japan this year.

The 40,000-square metres exhibition area will house 630 exhibitors from 17 countries and regions. Exhibitors plan to showcase a variety of advanced environmentally-friendly dyestuff, organic pigments, catalysts, intermediates, as well as environmental impact assessment equipment and digital textile printers in addition to printing and dyeing automation technologies and materials.

The two exhibitions, one with a focus on Science and Technological Innovation; and the other on Green Development, will be hosted by China Dyestuff Industry Association, China Dyeing and Printing Association and China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, Shanghai Sub-Council, and co-organised by Shanghai International Exhibition Service Co., Ltd.

At this year’s Interdye expo, a robust roster of the global leaders, including Tanatex, Huntsman, Yorkshire, Archroma, Zschimmer & Schwarz, Pulcra, Nicca, Chia Her Industrial, DuoWen, Bozzetto, Evonik Industries, Rudolf, Daikin, AGC, Datacolor, Intertek, and domestic leaders, among them, Zhejiang Longsheng Group, Zhejiang Runtu, Hangzhou Jihua Group, Yabang Chemical, Shanghai Liansheng Chemical, Transfar, Dymatic Chemicals, Hubei Hwalle Dyestuff industry, Kaida, Runhe Chemical Industry, Boao, Tianyuan Chemical, Shanghai Anoky Group, Merida, Jingjin, Xingyuan and Tongda, plan to promote new products and new technological applications that focus on the green and environmental aspects of the industry.

In addition, delegations of exhibitors from India, Korea, and Taiwan will join hands in a move to increase participation. This year’s gathering will mainly focus on scientific and technological innovation and green development in a move to drive sustainable development over the industry.

This year’s China Textile Printing will be held concurrently with the world’s largest dyeing exhibition, with the aim of creating a one-stop shop for the procurement of textile, printing, and dyeing products, while, at the same time, serving as a wider platform for the development of the industry.

Leading digital printing companies including Epson, MS, Hangzhou Honghua Digital Technology, Hangzhou Kaiyuan Computer Technology, Human Digital Technology and Newtech Textile Technology Development, ink producers including Huntsman, Everlight Chemical, Zhengzhou Hongsam Digital Science & Technology and Zhejiang Lanyu Digital Technology, as well as printing and dyeing automation technology providers including Greensign, Changshu Hongda Textile Printing and Dyeing and Wuxi Xinda Dyeing Machine Factory plan to showcase their latest products at the event, to jointly build a platform for the transformation of the textile and printing and dyeing industry from a perspective of sustainable development. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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