Taipei Innovative Textile Application Show
The Best Destination for Innovative Textiles
October 15 -17, 2013
Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall
Taipei City, Taiwan
The 17th Taipei Innovative Textile Application Show (TITAS 2013) will be held from October 15-17 at Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall. There will be 300 exhibitors with more than 550 booths from all over the world to gather in the professional trade show.
TITAS is the only professional textile trade show you may find in Taiwan, as well as the most important innovative textile exhibition in Asia. 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
- Fashion textiles forecasting F/W 2014/15 trend
For information, contact:
Taiwan Textile Federation
5F, TTF Building, 22, AiGuo East Rd., Taipei 100, Taiwan
Tel : +886(2)2341-7251 ext.2326
Fax: +886(2)2391-7712 / 2394-3245
Mr. Darren Kao
About TTF –Taiwan Textile Federation
The Taiwan Textile Federation (TTF) was founded on November 25, 1975 in response to a move by the European Economic Community (EEC) to impose import quotas on textile manufacturing countries. These quotas were to be negotiated individually through diplomatic channels. However, Taiwan did not have formal diplomatic relations with the EEC, so TTF was formed with the guidance and financial support from the government and textile manufacturers to represent Taiwan’s textile industry to negotiate with the EEC.
Over the years, TTF has gradually adapted to meet the needs of the textile industry, expanding its functions to market promotion, product design, fashion information analysis, online information, technology training, collection and analysis of market information, certification of functional textiles, publications of textile information, issuance of Certificate of Origin, and other textile-related services. TTF has acquired ISO 9001 certification from the British Standards Institution (BSI) for quality control systems, thus substantiating its competence to provide the best services for Taiwan’s textile industry.