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 functional knit fabrics for sports apparel, shoes and bags; Dragon Times Zipper and Accessories, which specialises in all kinds of accessories for outdoor garments; and Wideplus, which specialises in synthetic woven fabrics from fine denier light weight to intricate dobby designs.
Taiwan’s textile industry has evolved from a mass production textile supplier to a textile innovator equipped with a comprehensive yet integrated value chain.
While traditional textiles still have an important share in Taiwan’s textile output, eco and multifunctional textiles have redefined Taiwan’s status in the global textile market place.
Taiwan Textile Federation was established in 1975 with government guidance and support as well as donations from the textile industry itself. TTF assists the government in bilateral textile quota negotiations and administering the textile export quota. TTF has always aimed at providing a versatile range of services, including market promotion, industrial development, market information, and helping the improvement of design capabilities, production and management. The next year TTF plans to leads a bigger delegation.