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12th November 2019, Munich

DyStar exhibits new developments at Performance Days

DyStar is a leading specialty chemical company. © DyStar DyStar, a leading specialty chemical company with a heritage of more than a century in product development and innovation, is inviting visitors to meet the company at this week’s Performance Days trade fair, which takes place in Munich from 13-14 November.

“This is our second time at the event, and we are elated to have five 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,” commented Bernhard Knoche, Global Head of Brand & Retailer Management.

Manufacturers, brands and retailers will see benefits from the five winning concepts featured on the Wall Special, namely DyStar Cadira Reactive, Dycon HF on Tenowa 1, Dycon HF on Tenowa 12, Dycon HF on Texlene, Dycon HF on Ceramica Green.

DyStar’s Cadira Reactive is a resource-saving module, which was first launched in 2016. The Cadira concept supports in reduction of water, waste, and energy consumption. And as another sustainable solution offering the Dycon HF series, being the most cost efficient and resource saving continuous process for cellulosics and blends with PES, PA and PU fibres, the company reports.

The two-day trade fair for the functional fabrics industry highlights a wide range of solutions for manufacturers, brands and retailers globally. “At DyStar’s booth, we welcome you to discuss opportunities for collaborations that will help to make the industry cleaner,” the manufacturer concludes.

Today, DyStar operates with more than 2200 employees spanning across 50 countries and with 17 production sites, supporting customers from diverse sectors and supply chains with reliable products and solutions.

www.dystar.com

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