- Inclusion of the association into the ‘task force committee’ set up by the Central Pollution Control Board for the review of existing effluent norms.
- LEGAT (Customs, Excise & Gold (control) Appellate Tribunal ) ruling in favors of DMAI on the impossible of ‘Anti Dumping Duty’ on Aniline Oil coming from European union.
- Numerous Seminars organized to create awareness about the charter on corporate Responsibility on Environment Protection (CREP)
- DMAI got the mandatory minimum balances maintained with State Bank of India at the ports to be reduced by 50%.
- Restoration of rates of Duty Drawback on Dye-intermediates to 8% and Optical whiteners to 4.5% with retrospective effect (year 2003)
- Enhancement of DEPB rates (year 2002)
- Rationalization of SION (Standard Input Output Norms)
- Submission of report Strengthening of the Indian Dyestuffs Industry to UNIDO (United Nations Industrial Development Organization)
- Sorting of long pending problems of members by participation in the Watch-dog Committee of the JNPT Mumbai Ports.
- 1954 Taken up Tarrif committee recommendations for implementation.
- 1975 Published first ever comprehensive Indian dyestuffs directory.
Celebrated the silver jubilee of DMAI with doyen of dyestuffs chemistry, Prof. K. Venkatraman.
- 1979 First export delegation of dyes manufacturers to Europe.
- 1984 Export delegation to South and Far East Asia.
- 1985 Organized the landmark , All India Dyestuff Conference (AIDCON)
Published second directory of Indian dyestuffs and intermediate manufacturers.
- 1991 The Strategic Action Plan for the dyestuff industry was jointly formulated with the Department of Chemicals and Petrochemicals Government of India.
- 1996 Published a book on ‘Safe Dyes’
- 2000 Celebrated golden jubilee of DMAI