New Products from Bayer

February 2004
Colourage;Feb2004, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p111
Trade Publication
This article announces the introduction of new chemicals for finishing of garments from Bayer AG, Bayer Chemicals AG, Sybron Chemicals Inc., and Tanatex Chemicals Inc. The garment processing industry generates demand for new fashions and new finishes and the products are expected to benefit creative processors.


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