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DyeCoo Textile Machines

The new and innovative process of dyeing textiles without water has been mastered by DyeCoo and will change the industry
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David Rozins

on 22 March 2012

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Transcript of DyeCoo Textile Machines

Todays Focus
Today's Focus
Opportunity Introduction
Textile Industry - Germany
The Product
Finance
Law
Nike
Investment Recommendation
Questions
Introduction
DyeCoo Textile Machines
First commercially produced "water-free" textile dyeing machine
Dutch company: Offices located in Weesp, Reasearch Facility located in Delft
Our company mission:
Supplying dyeing systems for the textile industry based on superior CO2 technology
Gaining a considerable market share
Sustainablity in terms of water consumption, energy consumption, CO2 emissions and waste disposal.
Investment - We come to you today seeking financial backing to help us refine the textile industry to support a more sustainable future.
Textile Industry
60 billion kilos each year (half is dyed)
Accounts for 20% of the planet's total water pollution.
Conventional machines use anywhere from 100-150 Liters of water each load.
Germany
Distance
Strong and Stable economy
2nd largest textile exporter in the European Union
4th largest in World (China, Hong Kong, Italy)
838,000 tons of Co2 emissions (6th globally)
The Machine
Each machine costs roughly double what the conventional machine cost; 300,000
There are currently two types of machines, Cotton and Polyester. Plans to expand to wool and other fabrics are in place
Conventional
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Oil
H2O
7 Liters
100-150 Liters
11
121 Liters
0 Liters
Energy
120 KW
107 KW
(per 1kg)
*Although the dyeing process takes places using CO2, 95% is recycled, which makes for a considerably less CO2 emmision total. (estimated 50% - 75% less)
Finance
• All investments will be directed toward a product that will be surrounded by subsidies,

this consist of:

1. Water Consumption

2. Water Waste

3. Co2 Control and Release

4. Energy Consumption
CO2 Textile Dyeing is expensive.
Cost effective engineering, machine developments and buying components at the world market.
Although the investment costs are higher, lower operational costs and faster processing should facilitate market introduction.
For Investments, an expected four-year rate of return would be expected. Allowing for a two-year entrance/installment into the market and two-years of capital gain.
Asking Investment: Minimum 500,000 euros.
Law
2012
2022
2017
EU: Free Trade (Moving of Machines) , Kyoto Protocol
Europe 2020
Subsidies/Euro Funds
Patents: 4 main patents
Recommendation
The Future:
All the large fashion and sports labels want and need to do something about their water consumption!
This ever expanding industry needs to help pioneer a global movement towards water understanding and management.
Hierarchical Entry Mode: Domestic-based sales representative.
Selling Price: 300,000
Prodcution Cost: 180,000
Transport Cost: 3,000
Marketing Cost: 2,000
Total Cost: 185,000

Profit Per Machine: 115,000
Sources
Induction into the Market
Press Release
Media Day
Break Even
Expansion To Distant Markets
Global Requirement of Textile Industry
Technological Takeover
http://www.thelocal.de/money/20111125-39103.html
http://www.nationmaster.com/graph/env_co2_emi-environment-co2-emissions
http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/10/20/us-germany-forecasts-idUSTRE79J2C520111020
http://ec.europa.eu/economy_finance/publications/european_economy/2011/pdf/ee-2011-1_en.pdf
http://ec.europa.eu/environment/air/pollutants/ceilings.htm
http://www.investineu.com/content/textile-industry-european-union
Questions
Help us lead the way towards a more sustainable industrial world. Be a part of the future!
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