Held in Taipei, Taiwan, the 27th edition of TITAS — Taipei Innovative Textile Application Show — was attended by 35,000 visitors from 15 countries. The exhibition housed 381 international exhibitors from 11 countries. It focused on the theme, “Sustainability, Functional Applications and Intelligent Manufacturing” with each of its exhibitor booths showcasing sustainable, recyclable and/or circular products, future concepts and/or even demonstrated results.
Held at the Nan-gang Exhibition Centre, TITAS was organised by the Taiwan Textile Federation (TTF) in partnership with Taiwan’s International Trade Administration of the Ministry of Economic Affair. The show generated future business opportunities excess of $47 million during its three days.
Taiwan Textile Research Institute (TTRI) showcased a wide array of textile related research activities at the exhibition developed within the institute primarily for Taiwan’s textile industry.
Companies including Tokyo-based YKK Group, Singtex Industrial Co. Ltd., Taiwan, and TTRI collaborated to develop a functional garment where all components are produced from a singular polymer.
The TITAS Trend Forum displayed over 100 different fabric and component samples to showcase technical developments presented t by Taiwan’s participating exhibitors.