Five Taiwanese textile machinery companies PaiLung, AK Dyeing Machine, ACME, Jen Haur and CCI Tech came together to strengthen their global reputation and exhibit their leading products at ITMA 2015 taking place in Milan, which represents one of the most strategic markets for Taiwanese exports in the textiles industry.
PaiLung is a leader in the production of ciscular knitting machines. Its knitting machines are well suited to brands, designers, textile manufactures, and contractors in the fashion, home, healthcare, and environmental textile industries.
According to the association, AK Dyeing Machine and ACME are companies with a strong commitment to the development of environmentally friendly dyeing technologies and the reduction of wastewater. Their machines help reduce wastewater by 40-65%.
CCI Tech, leading supplier of sampling solutions for the weaving industries provides innovative tools for fabric sampling, new designs development as well as small quantity production. Jen Haur has 39 years of experience in the cisrcualr knitting fiekd, producing machine parts and positive feeders for a range of cisrcualr knitting machines.
Apart from this at an international press conference Dress the Future, organized by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) at ITMA 2015, Taiwanâ€™s textile machinery industry discussed the three key topics â€“ technology, sustainability and innovation.
In just 50 years, Taiwan has transformed from an agricultural economy to one of the most technologically advanced countries not only in Asia, but worldwide. According to the World Economic Forumâ€™s Global Competitiveness Report 2013-2014, Taiwan ranked eighth in terms of innovation and was the top nation globally in terms of the state of its cluster development.
A large part of Taiwanâ€™s success can be attributed to the machinery industryâ€™s success of positioning themselves as key players in the international market. Evidence of this is demonstrated by the export figures which show an increase in exports of 2.9%, from US 3.41 billion in 2014 to US 3.51 billion in 2015.
The mix of innovation and green technology, and the ability of Taiwanese companies to respond efficiently to the needs of the international market, in terms of producing eco-sustainable products and machinery, is said to have enabled Taiwanâ€™s companies to gain considerable market share and have allowed Taiwanese producers to increase their exports to China, the United States, Japan and Italy.
The Director of the Taiwan Trade Center Milano, Ms Fu Ling Huang said that it has been an honour for them to support and promote Taiwanâ€™s presence at ITMA, a country with the highest density of high tech companies and is first in the world for patent activity.
Their participation in Milan is definitely a great opportunity for their textile industry and will help businesses acquire a higher level of competitiveness in the global market. Exhibitions play an important role in the development of their companies, they offer the opportunity to show high quality and innovative technology that is environmentally conscious.
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