Indian opportunity for Taiwan textile machinery
In order to familiarize Indian companies with the latest developments in Taiwanese textile machinery, a webinar was held on April 29, hosted by the Bureau of Foreign Trade (BOFT), MOEA, Taiwan (ROC) and the Taiwan External Trade Development Council. (TAITRA).
Taiwan’s textile machinery industry enjoys an excellent reputation worldwide for its ability to provide exceptional products, organizers of the event said. With a focus on high quality and reliable service, the industry excels in providing flexible technologies and textile integrated systems, he added.
“Taiwan is the sixth largest textile exporter in the world. Taiwan accounts for 70% of the world production of functional fabrics. The value of Taiwan’s textile machinery exports was over US $ 450 million in 2020, ”organizers said.
Representatives from four major Taiwanese textile machinery companies – Logic Art Automation, Pailung Machinery Mill, Acme Machinery Industry and Hsing Cheng Machinery – presented their latest solutions and technologies. Participants said that the textile industry has always brought opportunities to India and highlighted the possible association between Indian and Taiwanese companies. The event attracted over 275 viewers.
The webinar explained various smart manufacturing solutions for the textile industry that will lead to the advancement of manufacturing capabilities and cross-industry collaboration. In addition, the speakers explained the problems and solutions in areas such as knitting, weaving, spinning, dyeing and finishing, etc.
The following speakers from Taiwan addressed the webinar on relevant topics:
-Mr. Fred Liang – Logic Art Automation – Total Dye-House Solution
-Mr. Mason Chao – Pailung Machinery Mill Co. Ltd. – Need Smart Knitting
-Mr. CL Chang, ACME Machinery Industry Co. Ltd – New Generation Intelligent Conveyor Drive Intelligent Dyeing Machine
-Mr. Alfie Lin – Hsing Cheng Machinery Ind. Co. Ltd. – Continuous washing range in the form of a rope
“The Taiwanese textile industry is now becoming the privileged partner of major international brands,” the organizers continued. “The exchange of ideas and the sharing of best practices during this webinar created new avenues of collaboration between Indian and Taiwanese textile companies.”