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IAF announces changes in Executive Committee & Board
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Nov '08
During the 24th IAF World Apparel Convention held in Maastricht (The Netherlands), a number of important decisions were made with regard to the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the International Apparel Federation (IAF).

IAF has benefited from strong membership growth in the past year, counting 62 associate members, 20 corporate members and national apparel associations in 36 countries worldwide. IAF Executive Committee Due to expansion within his own company, Roland Tsai (Taiwan Textile Federation) will be stepping down from his position on the IAF Executive Committee and Board.

Hasan Arat (Turkish Clothing Manufacturers' Association) has been nominated to serve as Treasurer on the IAF Executive Committee. He is the successor of Kevin Burke (American Apparel and Footwear Association. These changes take effect immediately.

In addition to the changes above, the IAF welcomes to the Board of Directors four new Board members. These are Rahul Mehta of the Clothing Manufacturers' Association of India (CMAI), Fazlul Hoque of the Bangladesh Knitwear Manufacturers & Exporters Association (BKMEA), Steve Jesseph of Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP) and Raymond Wu from Taiwan Textile Federation (TTF).

The remaining members have been elected to serve for a second two year term including the President, Vassils Masselos, and the Vice President, Harry van Dalfsen.

International Apparel Federation


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