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SINGAPORE – Seven of the world’s leading textile chemical companies have come together to launch a new initiative to advance sustainable chemistry and to develop a globally harmonised ‘sustainability standard’ for textile chemical products.

The new Sustainable Chemistry for the Textile Industry (SCTI), which was launched today, is being backed by founding members Archroma, CHT Group, Huntsman, Kyung-In Synthetic Corporation (KISCO), Pulcra Chemicals, Rudolf Group and Tanatex Chemicals.

The idea of the new alliance is to support clothing brands, retailers and manufacturers of all sizes to achieve the ‘highest levels of sustainability’ when it comes to textile chemistry through knowledge sharing and by providing training and tools to ensure stakeholders can adopt technologies and optimise processes.

DyStar is a notable absentee from the new group. 

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