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Published on Wednesday, 29 April 2015

Yeh Group outlines ambitious plans

Written by Brett Mathews

MUNICH – Apparel garments which have been dyed using super-critical CO2 dry-dye technology will one day be retailing for a similar price to their traditionally dyed equivalents – that's according to the Yeh Group, the Thailand-based garment and fabric supplier which says it is now manufacturing drye-dye products for several major brands in addition to adidas. Brett Mathews reports from Performance Days in Munich.


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