|Post New Technology and Innovations on Eco-Textiles to Taiwan Study Mission Sharing Seminar|
|Time||10:00am - 12:00pm|
|Venue||1/F, 78 Tat Chee Road, HKPC Building, Kowloon Tong|
|Organiser||Hong Kong Productivity Council|
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The Hong Kong Productivity council (HKPC) held the Post New Technology and Innovations on Eco-Textiles to Taiwan Study Mission Sharing Seminar on 31 March 2008. The Sharing Seminar aimed to share the information and experience gained from the Taiwan Study Mission with the local garment manufacturers and traders. HKPC invited the several key participants of the Taiwan Study Mission to present their comments and experience gained from the site visits. Meanwhile, HKPC also invited Prof. Philip KW Yeung, the Executive Director of the Clothing Industry Training Authority and Dr. Kai-chiu Ho, Director, Research & Development of HKRITA to be the guest speakers in the seminar.
The seminar attracted over eighty participants. The discussion mainly concentrated on Technological Evolution of Eco-Textiles in Taiwan, Fibre Recycling Technology, Recycling Process of PET Bottles to Regenerated Fibre, Technology and Product Innovation of Eco-fabric, etc. All the speakers had different comments and shared their own views on the above topics. In addition, the participants raised different ideas and suggestions regarding the environmental technology development for textiles and apparel industry.
The New Technology and Innovations on Eco-Textiles to Taiwan Study Mission was oragnised by HKPC, with the support of Taiwan Textile Federation, The Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Apparel and Textiles & Garment Information Centre. The Study Mission was conducted in Taiwan on 10-14 March 2008. The Study Mission attended the technical lectures on innovation and technology development of Eco-Textiles, studied the technological evolution of Eco-Textiles in Taiwan as well as its future prospect. The Study Mission also visited various factories and research organisations, and learnt the recycling process of PET Bottles in Taiwan.
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