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South Africa present at ISEA

  South African Footwear and Leather Export Council (SAFLEC) is one of the key associations participating in ISEA (International Sourcing Expo Australia). SAFLEC has been officially appointed by the South African government to promote, facilitate and export South Africa&rsq... Read more

India promotes leather sector

  The Indian leather industry has grown from a mere supplier of raw materials to a reliable source of high quality leather products and footwear. It provides employment to 2.5 million people mostly economically weaker sections. The Council for Leather Exports (CLE) is parti... Read more

Taiwanese companies present at ISEA

Taiwan Textile Federation is participating at International Sourcing Expo Australia (ISEA) November 2017. Participating members are 3C-Tex International, which makes synthetic fabrics; Alung, specialising in sweaters/ jumpers for children and women; Cherng Dern Enterprise, which makes function... Read more

Handloom mark ensures authenticity

The Handloom Export Promotion Council (HEPC) is participating at the International Sourcing Expo Australia, Sydney 2017. The introduction of the handloom mark by the government of India has also helped in establishing a clear identity of genuine handloom products with customers. This guarantee... Read more

Assessing value for money

  Excerpts from a presentation made by Pinakin Chaubal at International Sourcing Expo Australia in Sydney on November 15, 2017. The speaker shared his views on ready to use strategies when sourcing apparel, accessories, textiles, footwear and leather. He is senior tech advis... Read more

Mauritius excels in knitwear

Mauritius is a country which can boast of having one of the best infrastructures in Africa. It has a population of 1.2 million with the main languages being English, French and Creole. The textile and clothing industry of Mauritius is into knitwear, kids’ wear, trousers etc. But knitwe... Read more

Why wool is a preferred fiber

Woolmark has launched an initiative to establish manufacturing chains for wool in Vietnam. Training is imparted to Vietnam’s knitters who produce wool products like sweaters, coats, suits etc in both flat and circular knitting. A few weaving units produce wool and wool blended fabrics fo... Read more

India taps Australian market

India’s textile exports to Australia are growing by 12 per cent. With a FTA that can reach 20 per cent or thereabouts even though the Australian textile and clothing industry is growing only by one per cent or so. India has an advantage in that it has a complete supply chain unlike Ban... Read more

Australia has a strong supply chain

The Council for Textile and Fashion is one of the participants at ISEA Australia. It is clearly mandated to promote the growth of the textile and fashion industry in Australia and has been in service for over 65 years. This not for profit organisation draws members from across the fashion and t... Read more

Bangladesh faces good prospects in Australia

Bangladesh is the world’s second largest textile exporter. It is geographically well placed to exploit its well harnessed and oiled ecosystem which started some 35 years ago. The next Asian tiger dreams of becoming a middle income and developed country by 2041. As of now it's the 77th la... Read more