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The Ministry of Industry (Kemenperin) built an integrated textile ecosystem on the 100th anniversary of the Indonesian textile industry which was held in Bandung. This step is to strengthen the textile and textile product (TPT) industry by involving various stakeholders. The integrated textile ecosystem is in the form of an Industrial Services and Solution Center (ISSC) facility at the Center for Standardization and Textile Industry Services (BBSPJIT). This facility has been used by the textile industry since the final semester of 2021.

"One of the ecosystems formed is the Sustainable Synergy Center for automotive textiles," said the Head of Standardization and Industrial Services Policy Agency (BSKJI) of the Ministry of Industry, Doddy Rahadi in a written statement, Monday (1/8/2022).

The Sustainable Synergy Center (SSC) Textile Automotive which was inaugurated by the Head of the BSKJI of the Ministry of Industry is one of the textile industry ecosystem chains. The automotive industry requires textile products that are classified as functional textiles. These products have many functions, such as silencers, sun visors, anti-bacterial textiles that can be used for car upholstery and carpets.

"The trend of functional textiles will continue to increase in line with the development of lifestyles, and also be encouraged through policies to increase the use of domestic products (P3DN) and import substitution," added Doddy.

In addition to SSC, BBSPJIT has previously collaborated with the Islamic Fashion Institute in Bandung to build a halal textile ecosystem as a discussion forum for the development of halal textiles and fashion together with the textile industry and fashion designer associations.

Then, collaborate with the Indonesian Fiber Council to rebuild the natural fiber development ecosystem as an alternative to environmentally friendly and sustainable textile raw materials.

The Ministry of Industry's work unit is the forerunner of textile industry services in Indonesia. BBSPJIT has carried out the task of developing the textile industry for the past 100 years.

His duties include providing information services, testing, calibration, product and quality system certification, technical training and consulting, formulating standards in the textile sector, as well as providing inclusive and professional assistance to the industry.