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just-style.com | 20 Apr 2007

Digital technology is the fastest growing method of printing textiles, according to a report in the latest issue of Textile Outlook International. Between 2000 and 2005 digitally printed textile output rose by 300% to 70m square metres.

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Beth Wright | 21 Feb 2017

Swedish fashion chain Lindex has revealed almost all of its denim range is now dyed using what it claims is the "cleanest" indigo dye on the market, as part of its bid for cleaner denim production.


Beth Wright | 1 Nov 2016

Singapore-based dye manufacturer DyStar Group has completed its acquisition of three speciality chemical units from US-based Emerald Performance Materials in a deal that will expand the firm's American business platform.


Beth Wright | 13 Sep 2016

Dystar Group is on track to achieving its 2020  energy consumption target the Singapore dye manufacturer revealed in its latest sustainability report, the first to be aligned with the Global Reporting Initiative’s (GRI) G4 reporting guidelines.


Michelle Russell | 26 Jul 2016

Singapore-based dye manufacturer DyStar Group is setting up a global innovation centre at its Nanjing Colours production site in China to develop new environmentally-friendly dyes and chemicals.


Beth Wright | 31 May 2016

Singapore-based dye manufacturer DyStar Group is expanding its Cadira programme with the launch of a new development in polyester dyeing designed to reduce water, waste and energy consumption.


just-style.com | 30 Sep 2009

Frankfurt-based Dystar Textilfarben GmbH, which supplies dyestuffs and auxiliaries to the textile and leather industries, has filed for insolvency of its operations in Germany.


just-style.com | 19 Mar 2009

Specialty chemicals maker Clariant is splitting its textile, leather and paper businesses by the end of this year, in a move that could lead to a sale of one or all of the units.


just-style.com | 28 Sep 2007

Textile dyes and auxiliaries supplier DyStar has bought a majority stake in the Indian textile testing institute Texanlab.

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