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Taiwanese firms to partake at SaigonTex 2016
28
Mar '16
Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center
Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center
Taiwanese companies will be exhibiting display all kinds of textiles samples, including eco textiles, functional and fashion textiles, dyes and trimmings at SaigonTex in booth L-28.

These Taiwanese exhibitors will be displaying through Taiwan Select, an initiative of Taiwan Textile Federation (TTF) to promote Taiwanese textile products.

According to a TTF press release, every major brand in the world depends on Taiwan for maintaining leadership in textile development, innovation and quality.

“Leading companies such as Nike, The North Face, Adidas, Jack Wolfskin, VF Corp, Columbia, Lululemon, Under Armour depend on its unmatched value proposition,” the press release added.

Da-Ai has developed a collection of yarns, fabrics and garments based on recycled plastic bottles that are all collected in Taiwan.

Unique special yarn developments are an important facet of this story augmented by ever improving finishes and finishing processes, while development of carbon safe material C6 as a water repellent is led by Taiwan.

The strongest statement in regard to environment and sustainable practices is the importance of Bluesign where Taiwan is a global leader in adoption.

“Bluesign is a commitment to the world that encompasses an ongoing process and promises to manufacture and develop the most sustainable directional products and practices possible,” TTF stated.

Leading brands like Patagonia insist on Bluesign certified mills for future development and participation as a core member of their supply chain.

As per TTF, fashion is taking on new meanings as smart textiles and wearable tech products and so the close ties of the Taiwanese technical products industry helps lead the way.

The industry has introduced new products such as smart metallic yarns, thermo-sensitive materials and more.

New yarn developments allowing multiple looks and textures are driving innovation and mixtures of new technologies and fashion allow new design elements that were hard to imagine in the past.

Polymer based yarn developments in polyester, nylon, recycled and blended with natural fibres are leading the way.

Comfortable, breathable, wind and water resistant textiles mixed and matched in breathtaking design. (AR)

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