Presentation on DyStar Coloration Technology
Performance for Profit

Date: 19-11-2002 (Tuesday)

Time: 9.30am 4.00pm

Venue: The Katerina Hotel, Batu Pahat, Johor  (07-433 7111)

Jointly Organised by:  Texchem Materials Sdn. Bhd.
                                  Dystar Singapore Pte. Ltd.
                                  Malaysian Knitting Manufacturers Association (MKMA)

Contents:

How much is your performance affecting your profitability?     
                    Impact of Right First Time performance       
                   
Benefits of Dystar Products and Processes     
                    Achieving high standard of process control    

Can you meet your retailer needs with cost effect approaches?
                    Select the right DyStar Reactive and Disperse dye technologies to meet your customer needs in exhaust dyeing .  

Biodata of Speakers:

Bart Van Kuijk
      
 Senior Regional Manager, DyStar Singapore Pte. Ltd.         

Mr. Bart van Kuijk started his textile career in 1988 working in the exhaust segment. After 3 years he joined Bayer as an account manager responsible for the Dutch textile market. In 1995 he was transferred to DyStar Germany and worked in the Technical Department for Reactive dyes. End 1996, he moved to DyStar Singapore to take up a regional function with direct responsibility for Sri Lanka, Vietnam and the Philippines. After the merger with BASF end 1999 he took over the role of Senior Regional Manager with responsibility for South East Asia and the subcontinent.

Andrew McDonald C.Col ASDC
        Regional Business Development Manager, DyStar Thai Ltd.

Mr. Andrew McDonald has been developing and optimizing reactive dye performance in the exhaust dyeing sector in Asia since 1995. He has demonstrated the advantages of performance related to dyeing products and process optimization in the dyehouse. Previously he worked in both production and technical departments of major textile and dyestuff companies. He believes that a Right First Time approach is the correct path to developing and maintaining a strong and profitable dyeing operation. He supports an approach of shared responsibility between dye supplier and processors to fulfill retailer requirements in a dynamic industry with increasing technical requirement and real concerns about cost control.

We have a total of  45 participants attended this seminar.

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