Dynic's line of Sirius thermal
transfer ribbons provides a wide range of solutions for general and
special purpose bar code and label printing.
the first domestic nonwoven fabric "PANELON" in 1956. Dynic
nonwoven fabric products are used not only in situations where nonwoven
fabrics are essential, such as vehicle air filters and headlining,
Cetus is a versatile line of
textile fabrics. They are designed to provide high performance labels
for the clothing industry.
Dynic was the first Japanese
manufacturer to develop book binding cloth and has now achieved worldwide
fame as a leading cloth manufacturer