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With Fibre2Fashion Correspondent Cindrella Thawani, Andreas Sallmann talks about the trends and economy of textile and garment industry of Switzerland. Synopsis: Andreas Sallmann is the Chairman of Swiss Textile Federation. Moreover, he is the owner of his leading family business ISA Sallmann AG, Amriswil, which was founded in 1849 as well as he is the new President of TVS. Moreover, he has completed his studies in textile machinery mechanic. The Swiss Textiles Federation symbolizes and speaks for the Swiss textile and garments industry. It upholds the interests of its members. Along with, it wants political decision-makers and general public to fully understand the needs of this particular branch. Besides, another key task is to create an awareness of high performance, strengths and wide range of products supplied by the textile and garments industry. Around 200 companies belong to this Federation, which is an incorporation of several different trade associations and employers’ organisations in the textile and clothing industry. In addition, the federation shields the interest of its member companies, which function in the varied sectors. Further, they all wish to see their high quality products and services represented by a strong brand on the national and international markets. Moreover, Swiss textiles brand stands for innovative, high quality products and services as well as is appreciated as a quality mark all over the world. Excerpts:
How Swiss Textile Federation is helpful for the textile and garment industry, despite varied unlikely contingencies?
Last year, country witnessed a decelerated scenario in this industry, owing to several reasons. How far the situation has improved this year?
Sustainability is not really a cost-effective process, as it requires efficiency in its related resources. Do you think that it is a buzz word now-a-days?
According to you, what are those barriers which are constantly being raised in the purview of textile and garment industry?
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