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Greenville Colorants to Build a Technical Center in Dalton, Georgia

Georgia: Greenville Colorants, the largest independent colorant company in the U.S. and headquartered in New Jersey, has acquired a permanent site for its carpet and rug colorant business in Dalton, Georgia. It is the fastest growing dye company in the America. It operations in Clifton, New Jersey; Jersey City, New Jersey Greenville, South Carolina; Dalton, Georgia; Weston, Wisconsin; and Ontario, Canada along with warehouse locations throughout the Americas.  The company is in the process of constructing a carpet technical center at the acquired site, together with installation of some navel and better process equipment. The operational activities at the new facility will begin by July 1. The dye production will still continue to be performed at the Greenville, South Carolina facility. Future plans may include a production site in Dalton for a new, non-colorant product line.

TechSci Research depicts that this new technical center will surely add more growth to the flourishing business of the company in carpet industry in Americas. In past few months, company products have gained high demand among the carpet manufacturers and with more innovative solutions and better technological support, the products can be more effective and best-suited to the changing needs of the textile industry.

According to the recent report published by TechSci Research, “Global Textile Chemicals Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2020”, the global market for textile chemicals is anticipated to witness a CAGR of over 3.5% through 2020. Increasing industrialization, surging consumption of textiles in engineered products, and rapidly rising awareness about the benefits of using technical textiles in workplace are expected to boost the global textile industry, and thereby drive the global textile chemicals market over the next five years. Moreover, rising disposable income and increasing living standards are expected to significantly augment demand for home textile across the globe.

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