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PT APAC Inti Corpora named 'Oeko-Tex Company of the Month'
Jun '14
The Indonesian company PT APAC Inti Corpora is named the OEKO-TEX Company of the Month in June 2014.
The majority of Indonesia's textile and clothing enterprises are located in Java. Among these is the yarn and textile manufacturer PT APAC Inti Corpora, a true giant of textile production: In its 25 year existence, the company has developed into the World's largest spinning and weaving mills at a single location. Every item produced here meets the human-ecological requirements of the OEKO-TEX Standard 100. 
The company's production operation, which is situated in the port city of Semarang on the northern coast of Java, was founded on 8 August 1989, while its headquarters are in Jakarta. With a total of 6,700 employees in the areas of spinning, weaving and denim production, a total production area of 331,000 m² and a production capacity of 60 million running meters of textile and 65,000 tonnes of yarn per year, the company primarily meets the demand for cotton and mixed fabrics for further processing in the clothing textiles sector. 
High-quality cotton, polyester and mixed yarns are manufactured with the help of over 320,000 spindles. Modal, rayon and stretch yarns, or mixes of each, can be produced on request. Around 30% of the yarns produced are used in the company weaving mill, and the remainder is exported to some 70 countries around the world. In the greige fabric sector, PT APAC Inti Corpora offers an extensive range of quality levels with products ranging from pure cotton, viscose, polyester, through to their mixes and on to linen blended fabrics.
First-class quality and a pronounced customer focus play a vital role for the economic success of the company. However, according to Anas Bahfen, Managing Director, these are not the only factors involved in guaranteeing lasting business success: "Our state-of-the- art equipment is geared towards achieving the maximum possible level of efficiency for our extensive product range of more than 100 different items on a monthly basis. We place a massive value on innovations, in relation to both the items and the processes."
Around 80% of the greige fabric is sent to European markets and the USA for further processing. In the denim sector, PT APAC Inti Corpora is among the leading manufacturers worldwide. 

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