Camex, China’s Tianjin Yadong signs dyes business agreement

Camex, China’s Tianjin Yadong signs dyes business agreement

12:03 PM, 12th January 2016
Camex, China’s Tianjin Yadong signs dyes business agreement

MUMBAI, INDIA: Camex Ltd, a dye manufacturer said that it has signed an agreement with Chinese firm Tianjin Yadong Longxin International Ltd to market dye intermediates in India.

“Camex Ltd has entered into a sole selling arrangement with China’s Tianjin Yadong Longxin International Ltd for the range of basic intermediates like H acid, tobias acid, sulfo tobias acid and J acid. The association would help Camex exploit its present marketing network along with Tianjin Yadong Longxin’s expertise to sell products in Indian market. The association will also help Camex improve revenues and profitability in coming years,” said Camex in a BSE filing.

Camex Ltd is engaged in production of reactive dyes, acid dyes, direct dyes and textile auxiliaries with its manufacturing facility located at Ankleshwar (Gujarat, India), the hub of dye industries. In addition, it also imports varied chemicals for different industries such as plastics, paint, rubber and paper.

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