29/04/2019 – Techtextil Archroma — auf Deutsch lesen
Sustainability, color and performance are in the focus
Visit Archroma at Techtextil, hall 3.0 booth B33, from 14 to 17 May 2019, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
Archroma, a global leader in color and specialty chemicals towards sustainable solutions, will be at Techtextil to launch its latest innovations and system solutions aimed to help textile manufacturers with optimized productivity and/or value creation in their markets.
Archroma offers a wide portfolio of dyes and chemicals aiming to increase sustainability and innovation along the entire value chain, from fiber to finish.
Archroma is reputed for its continuous flow of ground-breaking innovations, such as the EarthColors, a range of dyes made from non-edible natural waste from the agricultural and herbal industry, or more recently, the purest indigo, Denisol Pure Indigo, an synthetic pre-reduced liquid indigo launched in 2018.
At Techtextil, Archroma will present ten solution systems and four innovations, and will hold an “Innovation Session” to present the most prominent of those for the first time ever: Appretan NTR, a new nature-based binder.
The Archroma Way
The systems and innovations presented by Archroma have all been selected for their compliance with: “The Archroma Way: safe, efficient, enhanced, it’s our nature”. The approach finds its origin in Archroma’s deep belief that it is possible to make the textile industry sustainable.
The Archroma Way is based on three pillars:
1. Safe – with the deeply rooted goal to protect people and our planet. Safe to use, safe to release and also safe to wear.
2. Efficient – with innovating application processes that minimize resources and maximize productivity, both in Archroma’s and its customers’ manufacturing.
3. Enhanced – with the added value created from additional effects, functionalities and aesthetics.
At Techtextil, visitors will be able to discover how The Archroma Way can help them create value in their textile applications and markets.
Archroma at the Techtextil
Hall 3.0, stand B33