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AEPC & Pai Lung mills sign MoU on technical textiles
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Oct '08
The Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC) has signed a memorandum of understanding with Taiwan-based Pai Lung Machinery Mill to improve the availability of functional fabrics which are anti-bacterial, stain-resistant and need not be washed.

Pai Lung will also support the AEPC's Knitwear Technology Mission for transfer of skills on technical textiles, industrial fabrics, eco-friendly textiles and high-value manmade textiles.

The Taipei-based company will conduct workshops, make sample apparels and render support to Indian manufacturers for setting up knitting units for speciality garments.

AEPC chairman Rakesh Vaid and Pai Lung's president James Wang signed the MoU at Tirupur. “The knitwear industry have so far concentrated only on cotton wears mainly for summer season, leaving a huge gap in fabrics to keep up pace with emerging trends in fashion internationally -- especially for winter and sports wears,” said Mr Vaid.

Apparel Export Promotion Council


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