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Published on Monday, 03 June 2013

Adidas hits 1 million yards of CO2 dyed fabric

Written by John Mowbray

Yeh Group and adidasHERZOGENAURACH – With its latest spring/summer collection of performance t-shirts, adidas has now used 1 million yards of fabric dyed with the ‘DryDye’ technology from DyeCoo that uses carbon dioxide instead of water to dye polyester textiles. To mark this achievement, a team from the adidas Group visited the Yeh Group, DryDye fabric supplier, which is based in Thailand.


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