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Stake Holder : Textile Industry Needs Fundamental Changes

 

Textile and textile product industry players regret the government's plan to increase the basic electricity tariff (TDL) for customers of 3,000 volt amperes (VA) and above amid rising production costs due to fluctuations in global raw material prices. The government's signal to increase TDL this year is also considered by the textile and textile product industry to be inappropriate during the national economic recovery period. Secretary General of the Indonesian Fiber and Filament Yarn Producers Association (APSyFI) Redma Gita Wirawasta is concerned that the government's maneuver will add to the burden on the domestic textile industry, which has not yet fully recovered from the Covid-19 pandemic.

Many of us may not know that woven fabrics from Nusa Tenggara have very diverse and beautiful patterns and designs. These woven fabrics may not be as famous as batik, but those who see them will surely fall in love, as experienced by the famous designer Asha Smara Darra. "Nusa Tenggara is a special place for me, because it was the beginning of my textile journey in Indonesia," said Asha Smara Darra in a virtual event Monday (16/5/2022). Because of her love, Asha also collaborated with The Apurva Kempinski Bali to hold a luxury fashion show that shows the beauty of fabrics from Nusa Tenggara.

 

The world's largest fast fashion group, Inditex, announced a new partnership with textile company Infinited Fiber Company on May 12. The three-year partnership is worth more than £85 million. The goal of this partnership is to advance new and innovative technologies to make materials more sustainable. Inditex also buys 30% of Infinited Fiber's annual production volume, namely Infinna fiber which is made from 100% textile waste. The patented fiber mimics cotton and can be recycled again through the same company process.