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Clariant launches 2 more non-staining dyes
Clariant will make a colourful splash at SEPAWA 2018 (10-12 October at the Estrel Congress and Exhibition Center in Berli) with two new intense red and sunshine yellow non-staining Sanolin Lave Liquid Dyes.
Huntsman-Clariant merger on track
Huntsman-Clariant’s position as a leading global speciality chemicals company will further benefit from complementary R&D and technological expertise.
MEVOPUR® for spun-bond fibres
Nonwoven fibres are used in applications including surgical gowns and masks, sterilization bags, medical filtration products, and a range of sanitary and hygienic pads, and wound-care dressings. Since pigments and additives used to colour or modify the polymer potentially increase the risk of extraction and interaction if the products come in contact with bodily fluids, these applications often require extraction and biological evaluation to standards such as US Pharmacopeia (USP) <87>,<88> or similar.
Clariant´s colourful solutions
Clariant, a world leader in specialty chemicals, used the occasion of ITMA 2015 to meet key fibre-industry players and demonstrate how to enhance style and value by adding colour and functionality to synthetic fibres.
Thomas Bernhardt is new CEO of Sukano AG
Thomas Bernhardt has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Sukano AG, effective by October 1, 2015. Bernhardt takes over the function from Wolfgang Schadt, who has been the interim CEO of Sukano AG. Sukano would like to thank Wolfgang Schadt for his commitment.
Archroma to buy BASF textile chemicals wing
Archroma, a global leader in specialty chemicals for the textile, paper and emulsions sectors and a portfolio company of US-based private investment firm SK Capital Partners, has announced that it has entered an agreement to acquire the global textile chemicals business of BASF.
The business being acquired delivers products and technologies across the entire textile chemicals spectrum.
Miles to go in dyeing
Looking into the future of dyeing in India, stress has to be given to dyes manufacturer to make reactive dyes for cotton which will require less water for washing and less salt for dyeing
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