TANATEX Chemicals, leading Dutch company which produce innovative textile processing solutions endorses its focus on developing the business in Asia has officially opened its new production plant in Thailand this week.
TANATEX will be able to react more time and cost efficiently to the demands of the textile industry in the region, the company reports.
The new production plant offers state of the art technology, including computer controlled production. To strengthen the ambition of being environmentally responsible, part of the facility is on site biological treatment of waste water from the production before disposal.
To show corporate social responsibility, TANATEX has, wherever possible, consciously chosen to hire only Thai personnel. The start-up of production in September is said to have been successful. In time TANATEX has the ambition to scale-up production to at least 20,000 tons per annum.
TANATEX Chemicals develops innovative textile processing solutions, ranging from pre-treatment to finishing. The state of the art products are based on trends and demands in todayâ€™s technical textiles and carpet processing industry.
For over 50 years, the company has been providing customers and partners with competitive advantages and fit-for-purpose chemical solutions, whilst meeting international standards regarding quality, health, environment and safety.
Through a worldwide network of offices, agencies and distributors, TANATEX Chemicals supplies its global customers with quality wet processing products and provides a high level of technical service.
TANATEX continuously strives to exceed expectations in a world with growing environmental awareness.
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