Ministry praises textile industry’s survival amid pandemic

JAKARTA (ANTARA) – The Ministry of Industry has praised the Textile and Textile Products (TPT) industry for weathering the pandemic and becoming the engine of economic growth in the country.

“This is a very good opportunity for business matching between machinery business players and textile players, and we can develop this textile ecosystem in an integrated manner. Hopefully, the implementation of Indointertex and Inatex will be correspondingly successful.” Hopefully it will run behind the scenes at Intertex-Inatex 2022, taken from his statement received here on Wednesday.

Walsit said that as of July 2022, exports of major commodities will record up to $6.08 billion, contributing 5.51% of the country’s total exports.

Walsito said the Indointertex-Inatex 2022 event will further strengthen the government’s agenda to create Indonesia 4.0 by promoting the transformation of the textile industry, thereby making the industry more competitive and highly innovative. I hope you will.

The Asia Pacific Rayon (APR) Textile Industry, along with Duniatex, Idola Selaras Abadi (ISA), Harapan Abadi Textile Indonesia (HATI), and Kabanatex, showcased various applications of rayon textile products that support Industry 4.0 transformation. did. We provide apparel technology from yarns, printed fabrics, dyed fabrics to fashion product applications using APR rayon fibers.

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“APR’s participation in this exhibition is a form of our commitment to develop a sustainable textile industry in Indonesia and to support the economic recovery of the textile sector, which is the focus of the government after this pandemic,” said APR. said Basrie Kamba, director of , said.

According to Komba, APR also exhibited recycled products using finex, an environmentally friendly recycled fiber, and products using lyocell, a high-quality rayon fiber.

APR rayon fibers are made from renewable, traceable and readily biodegradable raw materials. He said his management department also has a Follow Our Fiber application that allows customers to trace the origin of raw materials for their garment fabrics.

APR’s rayon textile mill in Pangkalan Kerinci has a capacity of 300,000 tons per year and exports to more than 20 countries including Turkey, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, the United States and Egypt.

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