Texanlab inaugurates its new testing lab in Bangladesh



Texanlab Laboratories Pvt. Ltd., a part of DyStar Group, has opened new technologically advanced laboratory in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The inauguration ceremony was delighted with the presence of Engr. Mashud Ahmed-Vice Chancellor, Bangladesh University of Textiles; Engr. Md. Shafiqur Rahman, President, The Institution of Textile Engineers & Technologists (ITET) & Managing Director of Hams Group, Md. Hatem, Former Vice President, Bangladesh Knitwear Manufacturers Exporters Association (BKMEA), Mr. Eric Hopmann, CEO, DyStar Group; Mr. Jayanta Khera, VP South Asia, DyStar Group, Ridha Najar, Country Manager Bangladesh, DyStar Colours Distribution GmbH, Majaharul Islam Sumon, Manager (Bangladesh) DyStar Singapore Pte Ltd.

Mr. Jayanta Khera, VP South Asia of DyStar Group offers all its customers the highest standards of excellence, reliability and world class customer services. As he said, “We highly believe in Quality, Safety & Integrity for our employees & with customers. This new laboratory is equipped with the very latest equipment for testing of textiles in terms of all physical and color fastness parameters.”

Texanlab Laboratories Private Limited offers textile and analytical testing services across the supply chain from yarn to fabric, garments, home textiles, dyes and chemicals. The wide ranges of textile testing facilities are divided in physical, chemical, and ecological tests. Apart from regular parameters, Texanlab specializes in testing for GOTS, CPSIA, Restricted Substances and chemical parameters as per European and American requirements.

As a service division of the DyStar Group dedicated to textile and ecology testing services for 30 years, the Texanlab now has testing laboratories in Dhaka, Mumbai, Gurgaon, and Tirupur in India, as well as sales offices in Asia, Europe, and America. Texanlab closely works with global brands and retailers and has tested more than 350,000 RSL parameters since its inception. With the new lab, the whole team will undoubtedly support the industry to further reduce harmful chemicals and create a greener and cleaner environment.