Archroma has officially inaugurated its new global competence centre for automotive and synthetic dyeing in Korschenbroich, Germany. The site is part of former M Dohmen, an international group specialising in the production of textile dyes and chemicals for the automotive, carpet, and apparel sectors, that Archroma acquired between 2014 and 2018.
The inauguration ceremony, held in the presence of Alexander Wessels, CEO of Archroma, and Mark Dohmen, former CEO of M Dohmen and head of the new global competence centre for automotive and synthetic dyeing, also celebrated the merger of M. Dohmen into Archroma, the company said in a press release.
With the new global competence centre for automotive and synthetic dyeing, Archroma creates a global hub for technical expertise, market knowledge, technology, and creativity. The site of Korschenbroich will therefore continue to operate as a specialist production and laboratory facility specialised in dyes and auxiliaries for synthetic fibres and wool, such as the Dorospers, Dorolan, and Fadex ranges.
The exceptional combination of global experts, R&D laboratory, and production will be fully dedicated to helping manufacturers of automotive and synthetic textiles to optimise their productivity and create value in their markets.
The new competence centre for automotive and synthetic dyeing comes as a new addition to Archroma’s existing network of global hubs of expertise; the global competence centre for special dyes in Barcelona, Spain and the global competence centre for finishing in Reinach, Switzerland.
“The new Archroma global competence centre will strive to create the new innovative and sustainable system solutions that our customers need to win on their markets. This is how we best support our customers, whilst at the same time pushing on our agenda to continuously challenge the status quo in the deep belief that we can make our industry sustainable,” Wessels said.
“I am extremely proud to see the strong experience of M. Dohmen being the foundation of Archroma’s global competence centre for automotive and synthetic dyeing in Germany, serving customers operating in applications as demanding and challenging as automotive or technical textiles,” Dohmen said. (GK)
Source:Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India