DyStar is expanding its business portfolio for future chemical testing.
The auxiliaries solution provider announced that it will open a new global innovation center at its production site, DyStar Nanjing Colours Co., in China next March. At 3,000 square meters (32,291 square feet), the R&D facility will focus on new molecules and chemicals development.
State-of-the-art laboratories will be incorporated at the new center, for synthesis and finish of dyes, textile chemicals and industrial segments chemicals. A scale-up small production unit will also be housed there.
DyStar will continue to bring innovative products, manufacturing technologies and services to various industries with these new additions. In terms of sustainability initiatives, DyStar hopes the new R&D facility will minimize the environmental impact of its operations and also help create more sustainable products.
Another goal of the new center will be to help customers succeed in product and process excellence by allowing them to experience shorter and more economical dying procedures, reduce energy and water consumption and lower polluting effects.
Bolstered by the new global innovation center, DyStar said it will continue to serve the textile sector, while welcoming additional opportunities with other industries as well.