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PT Trisula Textile Industries Tbk (BELL), a publicly listed company providing quality fabrics, uniforms and fashion, continues to develop clothing products made from recycled materials in line with the environmental campaign The Rising Tide which is inflamed by the Indonesian Navy. BELL has innovated to develop textile fabrics made from recycled threads as the work of the nation's children, in line with the reduce, reuse and recycle principles in the production policy of using environmentally friendly materials. Meanwhile, The Rising Tide is a collaborative environmental movement between the Indonesian Navy and Mulung Parahita, the Parahita Padma Negara Foundation, which focuses on efforts

Deputy Chairman of the Central Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin), Juan Permata Adoe, said that there was a need for harmonization to bridge the textile, garment, and domestic convection industries with a growing thrifting market. Juan said, this harmonization could be regulated by the government through the Directorate General of Indonesian Customs and Excise. Promosikconsisten to maintain quality, Blesscon won the Top Brand Award 3 years in a row "The government needs to regulate this, because the textile and domestic garment industry is what drives the country's economy and provides public jobs, while imports of foreign clothing will benefit fast fashion companies that can throw their products into Indonesia and seize the domestic production market, "Said Juan.

The textile industry is one of the six manufacturing industry subsectors who experienced contractions in the Industrial Trust Index (IKI) this February, this was worried that it would continue throughout 2023. Director of Industry, Textile, Skin and Footwear of the Ministry of Industry (Kemenperin) Adie Rochmanto Pandiangan said, The textile industry will still be affected by the uncertainty of economic growth in export destination countries. "We are worried because based on several analyzes, in our export destination countries in 2023 it is predicted that it is still not so good," Adie said in the release of IKI Kemenperin in Jakarta on Tuesday (28/2/2023).