SHANGHAI, April 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The 16th China International Dye Industry, Pigments and Textile Chemicals Exhibition (China Interdye 2016) and China International Digital Textile Printing, Printing and Dyeing Automatics Exhibition (China Textile Printing 2016), organized by the China Dyestuff Industry Association, the China Dyeing and Printing Association and China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, Shanghai Sub-Council and co-organized by Shanghai International Exhibition Service Co., Ltd., will be held at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center from the 13th to the 15th of April, 2016. The 40,000-square meter exhibition area will house 620 exhibitors from 17 countries and regions. Exhibits will include a variety of advanced environmentally-friendly dyestuffs, organic pigments, catalysts, intermediates and environmentally-sound equipment as well as digital textile printing products and equipment in addition to printing and dyeing automation technologies and materials. The comprehensive lineup of exhibitors will serve as a platform for meaningful exchanges and collaborations that are expected to boost innovation and lead to a transformation across the industry.
A retrospective: China's dyestuffs industry maintained overall growth during the 12th Fifth Year period (from 2011 to 2015)
In tandem with the ongoing recovery of the global economy and the economy of traditional export destinations for China's textile industry such as the US, Europe, Japan and South Korea, as well as constructive progress of the domestic textile industry's shift to the middle and western parts of China and a growing domestic consumption market, the dyestuffs industry, the upstream segment of the textile industry, experienced mild and stable growth as the entire industry became increasingly mature and technology-oriented during the five years spanning 2011 to 2015. During the five-year period, China's dyestuffs industry recorded an aggregate industrial output value of 250.46 billion yuan (approx. US$41.1 billion), with an annual growth rate of 8 per cent. Sales of dyestuffs generated 237.06 billion yuan, with an annual growth rate of 6 per cent, while 5.43 million tons of pigment were produced, backed by an yearly growth rate of 4 per cent. Output of dyestuffs stood at 4.337 million tons, increasing 4.5 per cent annually, while 1.091 million tons of organic pigments were produced, at an annual 1.2 per cent rate of growth. During the period, industrial output value grew 33.34 per cent while sales revenue increased 30.22 per cent compared to the previous five-year period. Output of dyestuffs grew 20.33 per cent while organic pigments increased 12.01 per cent. It is expected that the pigments sector will maintain stable growth this year.
The exhibition drives continued growth of homegrown textile chemicals brands and adds a seminar on textile digital printing
In 2016, the first year of China's 13th five-year plan (2016-2020), a period during which it will behoove manufacturers to update business models and structure given the current economic conditions and the policies regarding energy saving, emission reduction, environmental protection and ecological safety are tightened, Chinese textile chemicals companies will be expected to accelerate transformation in several areas, including technological research and development, international expansion and brand visibility. This year's exhibition has attracted a number of international exhibitors, including Dystar, Pulcra Chemicals, Chia Her Industrial, Braun, Tanatex, Yorkshire Chem, Evonik Industries AG, Huntsman and Lamberti, demonstrating the show's high reputation and recognition across the global community. The event is set to drive the continued growth of homegrown brands as many leading Chinese textile chemicals makers, including Zhejiang Longsheng Group, Zhejiang Runtu, Transfar, Yabang Chemical, Hangzhou Jihua Group and Dymatic Chemicals, plan to exhibit a complete range of new high-end, high performance and environmentally friendly products and technologies, serving to demonstrate the transformation that is already taking place across the sector. In addition, more exhibitors from India, South Korea and Taiwan are expected to take part in the exhibition.
The Chinese digital printing sector offers vast growth potential as it continues to transition from small and customized production to mass production and industrialization. At China Textile Printing 2016, many reputed Chinese and international firms plan to showcase their latest digital printing and dyeing automation technologies, including MS, Reggiani, Honghua Digital Technology, Hangzhou Kaiyuan Dyeing Technology, Phantom Technology, Human Digital, Saishun, Hongmei, Hongda, Shanghai NewTech Textile, Antelos and Tianjin Jingli Digital Technology. The exhibition will add a seminar on textile digital printing co-hosted by the Printing Technology Committee of the China Dyeing and Printing Association and a group of exhibitors. The seminar will discuss the industrialized progress and direction of the Chinese digital printing sector as it moves to create a green and smart printing and dyeing ecosystem.
Concurrent events will include several specialized seminars being organized by Chinese industry associations, including the China Dyeing and Printing Association, the China Cotton Textile Association, the China Knitting Industrial Association, the China Bast and Leaf Fibers Textile Association and the Color Masterbatch Speciality, Catalyst and Organic Pigment Committees of the China Dyestuff Industry Association. Additionally, during the exhibition, a number of well-known exhibitors, including Transfar, Pulcra Chemicals, Shanghai Liansheng Chemical, Intertek, Testex and Youtell Biochemical, will host exchange meetings where advanced technologies and concepts will be presented, providing professional buyers and visitors with an excellent opportunity for technological exchanges and cooperation.
China Interdye 2016's Asian tour to continue the implementation of its "One Belt and One Road" strategy and to return to Turkey
During the "12th Five Year" period, China mainly and steadily exported dyestuffs to Asian countries and regions, with Indonesia, South Korea, Taiwan and Turkey the top four destinations in terms of export volume. Among the top ten destination countries and regions, shipments to Bangladesh and Vietnam showed the greatest average growth. Notably, China Interdye 2014's Asian tour in Vietnam served to set up a bridge for the growing dyestuffs trade between the two countries, and contributed to a great extent to the increased level of exports to Vietnam. The 6th Asian tour of China Interdye 2016 will return to Turkey and be held at CNR EXPO in Istanbul between November 10th and 12th. The Asian tour plans to continue implementing the "One Belt and One Road" strategy, expanding into international markets and creating international brands for manufacturers, as well as improving China's competitiveness in the international dyestuff market and accelerating the drive for the international development of the country's dyestuff industry.
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