Asia Dyestuff Industry Federation appoints new chairman

Asia Dyestuff Industry Federation appoints new chairman

7:10 AM, 18th July 2018
Janak Mehta, chairman, ADIF addressing the gathering.
Janak Mehta, chairman, ADIF addressing the gathering.

MUMBAI, INDIA: Asia Dyestuff Industry Federation (ADIF) has appointed Janak Mehta as its next chairman, for a tenure of five years. He was previously president for the Dyestuffs Manufacturers Association of India (DMAI).

 ADIF is an industry body representing dyestuffs, pigments, optical brighteners and dyes intermediates manufacturers.

This announcement marks the establishment of the India chapter for the Federation and coincides with the centenary celebrations of China Dyestuff industry. ADIF also appointed four vice chairmen from DMAI and DMAI’s executive secretary was officially designated as the deputy secretary general for ADIF.

The federation will work towards the development of the Asian colourant industry by promoting communication and exchange information among its members. Through sustained bilateral and multilateral cooperation as well as for holding seminars, and exhibitions between different members, the federation aims to create opportunities and conditions conducive for the development of the Asian colourant industry.

“With the support and co-operation of all the stakeholders, ADIF would be able to perform its activities to the benefits of all concerned to usher better days for the Asian Dyestuff Industry. He appealed to all the members to come together and join all their efforts in this direction,” said Mehta.

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