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China's Advance Denim launches aniline-free indigo line Beth Wright | 4 Sep 19

Advance Denim Co Ltd is to become the first Chinese denim manufacturer to offer a collection made with an aniline-free indigo solution developed by colour and speciality textile chemicals provider Archroma.

Archroma formaldehyde-free binder for pigment prints Beth Wright | 22 Jul 19

Swiss colour and speciality chemicals manufacturer Archroma has launched a new formaldehyde-free low temperature curing binder to tackle some of the challenges of pigment printing.

New G-Star collection dyed with upcycled plant waste Beth Wright | 11 Jul 19

Denim brand G-Star has revealed a second collection of garments coloured using patented plant-based dyes from textile chemicals specialist Archroma.

Archroma adds new dyes for polyester sportswear Beth Wright | 10 Jul 19

Swiss colour and speciality chemicals manufacturer Archroma has unveiled a new range of high wet-fast disperse dyes for polyester fibres in sportswear and activewear applications.

Archroma launches eco-friendly dye that mimics indigo Beth Wright | 1 Jul 19

Swiss colour and speciality chemicals manufacturer Archroma has developed a new liquid sulphur blue dye designed to mimic indigo, which is aniline-free and can be used in a more sustainable and efficient application process.

Tuong Long switches production to aniline-free indigo Beth Wright | 14 Jun 19

Vietnam-based Tuong Long has become the first denim manufacturer in the country to switch 100% of its production to an aniline-free indigo solution developed by colour and speciality textile chemicals provider Archroma.

Texprocess & Techtextil 2019 – Material innovations Beth Wright | 10 Jun 19

A number of new fibre and fabric concepts were on show alongside eco-innovations for clothing and footwear at the recent Texprocess and Techtextil trade shows in Frankfurt, Germany. A new line of identification threads, the "perfect alternative" to down, and a water-based breathable imitation leather were among some of the highlights.

Archroma and Pakistan university partner on textile research Hannah Abdulla | 25 Apr 19

Swiss colour and speciality chemicals manufacturer Archroma is to work with the National Textile University in Pakistan on research into innovations that can help the future industry align with fast-changing global requirements.

Demand for aniline-free indigo sees Archroma triple production Hannah Abdulla | 5 Mar 19

Colour and speciality chemicals company Archroma has tripled the production of its aniline-free Denisol Pure Indigo 30 liquid on the back of greater demand.

Absolute Denim switches production to aniline-free indigo Beth Wright | 7 Dec 18

Thailand's Absolute Denim is to become the first denim manufacturer to convert 100% of its production to an aniline-free indigo solution developed by colour and speciality textile chemicals provider Archroma.

Cone Denim adopts Archroma One Way sustainability tool Michelle Russell | 29 Nov 18

US textile major Cone Denim has partnered with Archroma to expand its sustainability efforts by adopting the chemicals specialist’s One Way sustainability service.

Ternua teams up with Archroma on nutshell dye Leonie Barrie | 19 Jul 18

Outdoor clothing brand Ternua is teaming up with colour and specialty textile chemicals provider Archroma to create a capsule collection of recycled T-shirts and sweatshirts sourced from agricultural waste from the Basque region in Spain.

Archroma develops "toxic-free" dye for denim Beth Wright | 29 May 18

Colour and chemicals specialist Archroma has developed a new dye it claims provides a non-toxic way to produce the traditional indigo blue that consumers associate with denim and jeans.

Archroma adds support to House of Denim Foundation Beth Wright | 17 May 18

Colour and chemicals specialist Archroma has become the latest contributor to Dutch non-profit House of Denim.

Archroma and WWF Pakistan tackle water conservation Michelle Russell | 5 Feb 18

An agreement has been signed between colour and chemicals specialist Archroma and WWF Pakistan aimed at promoting sustainable practices within the textile industry, primarily related to water conservation.

Archroma optical brightener used in CO2 dyeing process Michelle Russell | 1 Feb 18

Textile chemicals specialist Archroma has launched an optical brightening agent that is being used in what the company claims is the world's first process chemical-free and water-free dyeing solution.

Archroma adds 'universal' non-PFC water repellent protection Michelle Russell | 26 Jan 18

Textile chemicals specialist Archroma has extended its non-PFC based durable water repellent protection range with the addition of a more nature-friendly offering.

Archroma commits to UN environmental accord Beth Wright | 8 Jan 18

Textile chemicals specialist Archroma has expanded its commitment to sustainable development by joining the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) corporate social responsibility initiative.

FIT to benefit from new Archroma colour lab Beth Wright | 30 Nov 17

Textile chemicals specialist Archroma has partnered with the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) to create a new facility where students can use leading-edge industry colour management tools and gain hands-on experience that equips them for successful careers in the fashion and textiles industries.

Archroma on track with REACH registrations Beth Wright | 5 Oct 17

Textile chemicals specialist Archroma says it has so far registered about 200 substances under the EU's REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals) scheme, and is "well on track" with registrations under phases three and four of the initiative.

Archroma sustainable dyes receive industry recognition Beth Wright | 20 Jun 17

Textile chemicals specialist Archroma has revealed its EarthColors dyestuff range has been named the Gold Winner in the sustainable innovations category at the OutDoor Industry Award 2017.

Patagonia and Archroma partner on sustainable dyes Beth Wright | 15 May 17

US outdoor clothing giant Patagonia has partnered with textile chemicals specialist Archroma on its latest capsule collection, which has seen the retailer experiment with a line of plant dyes sourced from 96% renewable resources.

Archroma to train women entrepreneurs in Pakistan Michelle Russell | 9 Mar 17

Textile chemicals specialist Archroma is taking part in an initiative to provide technical expertise to women in Pakistan's textile industry.

Archroma launches portable Color Atlas system Michelle Russell | 21 Feb 17

Textile chemicals specialist Archroma has launched a portable version of its Color Atlas system to offer more flexibility for designers.

Archroma recognised for eco work by WWF Pakistan Michelle Russell | 13 Dec 16

Textile chemicals specialist Archroma has received an award from WWF Pakistan for its continuous efforts to foster sustainable innovations.

Archroma develops first dye derived from cotton biomass Beth Wright | 13 Sep 16

Textile chemicals specialist Archroma has partnered with Cotton Incorporated to develop what they believe is the first ever dye derived from cotton plant-residues.

Archroma expands eco-friendly denim dyes and finishes Leonie Barrie | 24 May 16

Textile chemicals specialist Archroma is expanding its eco-friendly Earthcolors dyes collection along with new sustainable colour and finishing solutions for denim and casual wear.

Archroma signs three-year Pakistan training MoU Michelle Russell | 16 May 16

Archroma has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Textile Institute of Pakistan (TIP) that will see the textile chemicals specialist share its latest research knowledge. 

Archroma launches Color Atlas colour library concept Leonie Barrie | 11 May 16

The Color Management service at textile chemicals specialist Archroma has launched a cotton poplin colour library with over 4300 readily available new shades to help the fashion industry select, develop and communicate seasonal colour palettes.

New project sets out roadmap to sustainable denim Katie Smith | 13 Apr 16

Four leading companies in the denim supply chain are this week unveiling a new project designed to provide a working roadmap towards more sustainable jeans production, which includes a prototype collection based on the most efficient use of resources. 


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