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DyStar to exhibit innovations at Performance Days

DyStar to exhibit innovations at Performance Days

DyStar, a leading speciality chemical company, will be exhibiting technological innovations at the upcoming Performance Days – a fair for functional fabrics and accessories in functional sports.

The fair is scheduled to be held at Munich on 13 and 14 November.

The event will see Dystar exhibit some of the best solutions for the brands, manufacturers and retailers.

And, what will be on display?

There will be the 5 winning concepts featured on the Wall Special, namely DyStar Cadira ReactiveDycon HF on Tenowa1Dycon HF on Tenowa 12Dycon HF on TexleneandDycon HF on Ceramica Green.

Launched in 2016, DyStar’s Cadira Reactive is a sustainable resource-saving module that helps reducing water, waste and energy consumption.

Another sustainable offering includes Dycon HF series, which is a continuous dyeing process with lowest energy and water consumption.

Bernhard Knoche, Global Head of Brand & Retailer Management, DyStar said “This is our second time at the event, and we are elated to have 5 of our new developments chosen by the Jury of Performance Forum to be displayed on the Wall Special. Learn and find out how DyStar’s products can help you shape a more sustainable manufacturing journey with us.”


Also Read: DyStar & RotaSpray launch indigo spray dyeing in bulk

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