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SGS helps cos reduce harmful chemicals
SGS is helping textile manufacturers reduce their reliance on hazardous chemicals through services like hazardous substances control workshops which empower companies with the right knowledge to achieve compliance with regulations, maintaining competitive advantage and better reputations.
Archroma solutions for denim & casual wear
Archroma, a global leader in colour and speciality chemicals towards sustainable solutions, will be presenting its innovative and sustainable solutions for denim and casual wear manufacturers and brands at Colombiatex 2019, on January 22 to 24.
“Smarter Textile. Better Life” in ShanghaiTex 2019
Textile means more than just a piece of clothing today, it has always been closely related to our daily life. Since more consumers are eager to buy unique, creative and functional clothing, innovative technologies are being adopted in a broad range of applications in the textile and fashion market.
Polluting Surat mills to be shifted
The shifting of polluting textile dyeing and printing mills outside the city limits could be a reality with the state government approving specified shifting zones for the industrial units with the addition of few provisions in the General Development Control Regulation (GDCR).
Thai firm goes for aniline-free indigo dyeing
Archroma, a global leader in colour and speciality chemicals towards sustainable solutions, has announced that Thailand-based Absolute Denim will be the first denim manufacturer to switch 100 per cent of its production to aniline-free indigo dyeing.
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