The 19 th Taipei Innovate Textile Application Show (TITAS 2015) the only professional textile trade show held in Taiwan, as well as the most important innovative textile exhibition in Asia to start tomorrow . This year's TITAS is all about fashion, function and sustainability, with the focus on functional textiles for apparel, upholstery and industrial uses, recycled and sustainable textiles of low carbon footprint and fashion textiles forecasting F/W 2016/17 trend.
German apparel company SympaTex a leading global supplier of high tech protective workwear including footwear and other accessories is set to exhibit its specialized outdoor wear at TITAs.
SympaTex manufactures its products using recycled membranes. Its 100-percent waterproof and windproof materials allow climate control using dynamic heat insulation, including a layer of 3D foam dots that provide increased functionality as spacers to the skin. The membrane of SympaTex products is 100-percent recyclable and PTFE and PFC free while containing no fluorine compounds. The use of PTSE in production, which provides resistance against flammability, has been scrutinized in recent years over worries it could be a culprit in health problems.
The company cooperates with well-known brands in Europe, including Hugo Boss, Vaude and Halti. It is also partners with several Asian brands such as Kailas, OneWay, Kolping and Taiwan's St. Malo. Its products are widely used by security services, including military, police and firefighting forces.
Another 400 exhibitors with more than760 booths from all over the world to gather in the professional trade show TITAS 2015 and 20,000 visitors will be attending the innovative textiles trade show which will be held from Oct. 19 to 21 at Taipei's Nangang Exhibition Hall.
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