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Dysin Group receives Oeko-Tex ECO-PASSPORT certification

Dysin Group is one the pioneer to introduce new technologies for the Knit-Dyeing, Garments Washing and Garments Printing Industries in Bangladesh. Expert technical support and Extensive Laboratory services have been the key to its growth. Recently Dysin Group has received Oeko-Tex ECO PASSPORT certification for their 17 printing auxiliaries (White Pigment Paste, Discharge Print Paste, Denim Printing Paste, etc). These items are manufactured at DYSIN’s local manufacturing plant named NAM Trading & Manufacturing Co. Ltd.

DYSIN GROUP-OEKO-TEX ECO-PASSPORT

Moreover, Last year, NAM Trading & Manufacturing Co., Ltd., was certified to ZDHC Confidence Level 3 (Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals) – the highest ZDHC certification level currently available. Dysin is the first in the country to achieve ZDHC level 3 certification amongst local textile chemical manufacturers, which was achieved through GOTS.

“We have been working in the textile industry since 1984 and supplying Dyestuff and chemicals with technical services solutions. The setup and expansion of local Manufacturing Plant is a part of our development activities. Working to be certified as Oeko-Tex ECO-PASSPORT and ZDHC level 3 is a key achievement in our commitment to driving the Bangladesh textile industry to be more environmentally friendly and reducing its impact on the environment”. Managing Director of Dysin Group, Md. Amanur Rahman said.

He also said that “Dysin since its inception has invested in developing local technical expertise, such as ISO-certified laboratories, technology & demonstration centers for Dyeing, Printing and washing. Our first manufacturing unit for Textile Auxiliaries was established in 1990 and has grown over the years. Now Dysin has three manufacturing units under two companies, including a 100% export-oriented unit that serves the Garment Export factories having a bond license.”

Rahman pointed out that instead of importing chemicals from abroad, garments & textile factories can save valuable foreign currency, reduce their inventory, and reduce the lead time of garments export if they buy from local Textile Auxiliaries manufacturing companies like those of Dysin group.

Rahman, who is also the convener of Bangladesh Chemical & Dyestuff Manufacturers’ & Exporters’ Association (BCDMEA), said, “We believe Bangladesh is at a turning point of Industrialization with huge potentialities for growth of textile and other Industries. The growth prospect of local chemical manufacturing is also very large. Chemical Industry can bring the second wave of industrial and export growth of Bangladesh after the textile industry.”

Dysin is continuously investing to expand its manufacturing capabilities of textile Auxiliaries. DYSIN will add products to the Oeko-Tex, ZDHC and GOTS lists based on commercial needs, continuing to build on the certified range, the company said in a media statement.

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