The Green Trade Project Office under Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs on August 16 launched the third event for its 2015 ‘Green Light Outreach’ campaign with the opening of ‘Taiwan Innovative Textiles and Accessories Gallery’ at the biannual ‘Sourcing at MAGIC’ exhibition scheduled to be held on August 16-19 in Las Vegas.
Featuring the theme ‘ECO MEETS FASHION’, the ‘Taiwan Innovative Textiles and Accessories Gallery’ is staged by the Green Trade Project Office in collaboration with Taiwan Textile Federation. At the Gallery, located at the North Hall, Las Vegas Convention Center (Booth 64914), members of the Taiwan delegation present a wide variety of products with eco-friendly characteristics and innovative design.
‘Given the growing concerns for the environment, products manufactured using recycled materials or adopting a process with lower environmental impact have started to enter the global supply chain,’ said Li-Yen Ma, Division Chief of the Integrated Marketing Division at the Green Trade Project Office.
‘With continued dedication, Taiwanese textiles manufacturers have achieved remarkable results in the development of functional and environmentally friendly fabrics and related products over the years. We believe visitors to the Taiwan Pavilion will easily find the most suitable solutions and designs among the various product lines.’
The ‘Taiwan Innovative Textiles and Accessories Gallery’ comprises a wide range of products offered by 15 Taiwanese companies. Products on display include functional fabrics manufactured by the 2012 Taiwan Green Classics award winner Everest Textile Co., Ltd., Sanfrantex Corporation, Yalta Industrial Co., Ltd., and Inprotex Co., Ltd..
The GREEN DEFENCE line from Lily Textile Co., Ltd. is made mainly with natural materials extracted from cinnamon and almond. The 3XGreen line promoted by Hung’s Fortune International Co., Ltd., a bluesign® system partner, and the recycle polyester knitting fabric offered by Grandtek Asia Corp. are made from recycled plastic bottles.
Shun Yuan Sportswear Co., Ltd. also presents a recycle spun polyester jersey fabric made of recycle PET bottle staple fiber certified by SCS Global Services. Danken Enterprise Co., Ltd. showcases a pair of arm warmers made from the eco-friendly S.Café fabrics.
The sports apparel from Tiger Growth Inc. is manufactured on a process featuring lower energy consumption. Materials used by Bo Jie Co., Ltd. and Monica Leather Co., Ltd. have met environmental standards. Products made by Paultex Hosiery Ltd. and Triad International Corp. are designed to offer comfort and convenience, while the patented earmuffs from Sound Team Enterprise Co., Ltd. add color and style to the winter outfits.
During the exhibition, the Green Trade Project Office will also host the ‘ECO MEETS FASHION: New Products Launch Presentation’ on August 17, starting 14:30. Four Taiwanese companies, Everest Textile, Hung’s Fortune International, Monica Leather, and Lily Textile, will introduce their latest offerings.
About the Green Trade Project Office
The Green Trade Project Office was established in 2011 in response to the fast-growing trend of green business, a sector which has gained importance with introduction of the increasing number of national and international environmental standards. The aims of the Green Trade Project Office are promoting Taiwan’s green products and services via diverse marketing channels; offering consulting services to domestic companies; and strengthening Taiwan’s overall competitiveness in green economy. For further information, please visit www.greentrade.org.tw and twgreentrade.com.
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