Industries We Serve
Industries We Serve
Alliance Organics is involved in serving
textile industries with a wide variety of products such as dyestuffs,
ultramarine blue, dyes for wax printing, inkjet dyes, textile auxiliaries,
enzymes, optical brighteners, specialty chemicals, laboratory reagents etc.
All our products are made by using good quality raw material and meet
relevant industry standards. Our products are useful for cellulosic textiles
industries, polyester industries, cotton industries, silk industries, wool
industries, nylon industries and other various industries. With a clear
vision, a sense of purpose and sheer hard work, guided by a team of
professionals and steered by an enterprising management, we continue to
diversify our products and extend the customer reach.
We are involved in manufacturing a wide range of
dyes & colors, which is extracted from natural sources like vegetables
and plants. These products are chemical free and extensively used in food
processing industries. Our range include synthetic food colors, caramel
colors, natural food colors, dyes intermediates etc. These products are used
in food industries, beverage industries, dairy industries, confectionery
industries, ice creams industries, soft drink industries, chocolate
industries, bakery industries and many other different industries.
We are involved in producing leather dyes, which
are used in dyeing the leather in leather industries. These dyes are of good
quality and available in a variety of shades. We balance quality in all our
products, facilitated by an infrastructure that is world class.
Paint, Ink & Plastic
We are engaged in manufacturing basic dyes,
solvent dyes, dyestuffs, ultramarine blue, inkjet-dyes, organic pigments,
inorganic pigments and laboratory reagents to fulfill the requirements of
paint, ink & plastic industries. Throughout our processes, we take great
care to ensure that our products will ultimately offer a great experience.
Most important among these are the steps we take to limit the decline of pH.
Because pH levels can greatly impact product quality, limiting the rate of
decline helps enhance the color, and tenderness.
Our clients can avail from us a comprehensive
range of Synthetic food colors and natural food colors, which are very
useful for pharmaceutical industries. These are made by using high quality
raw materials and meet international food quality standards.
Catering to the needs of cosmetic industry, we
manufacture synthetic food colors, natural food colors, ultramarine pigments
in various shades. These colors are prepared under the hygienic conditions
and inspected by chemist to ensure that products are safe to use and
We manufacture Solvent dyes, dyestuffs,
ultramarine blue, menthol crystal & peppermint by keeping in mind the
basic requirements of plastics industries. All our products are environment
friendly and user friendly both.
We develop a wide range of basic dyes, optical
brighter, ultramarine blue, menthol crystal & peppermint, laboratory
reagents, which are extensively used in paper industries. Our products are
of high quality and very cost-effective.
Global Dyestuff Industry
In Global Dyestuff industry, it has seen an
impressive growth over the years. This industry primarily constitutes of
three sub-segments. These are Dyes, Pigments and Intermediates. The dye
intermediates are essential derivatives of petroleum products which after
further processing gets transformed into finished dyes and pigments. The dye
and dye intermediaries industry is now an integral part of a huge number of
industries. Be it chemical, of which it has a substantial stake, along with
that it also provides inputs to a large number of other major industries
like textiles, leather, plastics, paints, paper and printing inks,
pharmaceuticals to name a few. The following diagram highlights how the
Dyestuff industry's interconnection with other facets of the industrial
In 2005, the global market size for dyes, pigments and intermediaries was
estimated at around $23 billion. If we see the total volume, then global
dyestuff production is estimated to be somewhere around 34 million tonnes.
The annual global sales of textile dyestuff alone is estimated approximately
around $6 billion. One of the major factors that had emerged within the last
few years is that the major production centres for dyestuff has shifted from
the west to the east. The global dye manufacturing industry originally
dominated by suppliers from Europe namely UK, Switzerland Germany, has
shifted to Asia over the past 20 years or so. This is primarily because of
two reasons. First, due to much lower costs of production in the Asia
region. Secondly Asia's growing prominence as the hub for global textile
China's share in the world market is estimated to be around 25%. Along with
China, Taiwan, India, Japan and Pakistan are among the major dyestuff
producing countries in the industry. But in terms of the sheer volume of
market share, Europe is the leading. This is due because of its allegiance
towards specialty products. The global market share of Indian dyes industry
is between 5 - 7%, and it is expected to increase to almost 10% by 2010.
The markets for the dyes are predominantly dominated by reactive and
disperse dyes. In fact the demand for these two dyes is expected to grow in
future also. Nations like China, South Korea and Taiwan are strong players
in the field of disperse dyes. Interestingly, India has taken lead in
production of reactive dyes because of the availability of an intermediate
called vinyl sulphone in the country. The following diagram illustrates the
expected trends of some of the prominent dyes.
Major challenges facing the Global Dyestuff Industry
Though there has been impressive growth over the
years but there are some serious challenges also that are facing the Global
dyestuff industry. They are the following:
- Problem of over capacity but falling margins
- Fierce competition
- Research & Development
- Environmental Considerations
- Product quality vis-a-vis competitive prices
- Support of the Government and Trade Association
- Availability of World Class Infrastructure
- Classification of products and services
- High cost of energy and interest
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