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The workshop "Printing technology - Superior solution for sustainable development" was held in Binh Duong

26/09/2023 02:57 PM
On September 21, 2023, at the WTC Center, Thu Dau Mot City, Binh Duong Province, the Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association (VITAS) organized a workshop with the theme: "Printing technology - Superior solution for sustainable development". This is an activity within the framework of VIETNAM TEXPRINT 2023 Exhibition.
Speaking at the opening of the workshop, Mr. Nguyen Thai Hung - Vice Chairman of VITAS said that in 2022, Vietnam's total textile and garment export turnover has reached 44 billion USD, an increase of nearly 9% over the same period in 2021. Regarding the 2023 situation - This is a year of many difficulties for the Vietnamese textile and garment industry. Total export turnover of Vietnam's textile and garment industry in the past 8 months is estimated at 26.2 billion USD, down 16.4% compared to the same period in 2022. Total export turnover in 2023 is expected to reach about 39.5 - 40 billion USD.

 

Mr. Nguyen Thai Hung - Vice Chairman of VITAS is delivering the opening speech at the workshop

According to Mr. Hung, the development of supporting sectors for the textile and garment industry is still facing many difficulties. One of the bottlenecks in the production and business process is fabric production: the stages of fabric weaving, dyeing, printing, and finishing - still the weakest step in the entire textile and garment supply chain. Although fabric dyeing brings added value to the textile and garment supply chain, the wastewater treatment process of this stage is complex and expensive, with high initial investment costs. Appreciating the efforts of the Organizing Committee in coordinating the organization of the TEXPRINT 2023 Exhibition and Printing Technology Workshop, Mr. Hung affirmed that this event helps businesses in the fields of weaving, dyeing, printing, fabric production, textile accessories and apparel learn about new, modern printing technologies. This is an opportunity for businesses to meet and exchange experiences with domestic and international experts; Facilitate, promote and introduce the unit's brand and products, thereby orienting investment in machinery and technological equipment, improving product added value, meeting the needs and goals of green and sustainable development of Vietnam's textile and garment industry.

 

Mr. Dmitry Sarbaev - CEO of Pluxmall DTG Co., Ltd. is giving a presentation on Digital Transformation and Sustainability in Garment and Textile Printing

At the workshop, attendees heard experts discuss the following topics: Digital transformation and sustainability in textile printing; Label printing technology - anti-counterfeit solutions for the textile industry and Customized fabric printing solutions for customers. It clearly states the nature, content, and advantages of digital printing technology; orientation, opportunities and challenges for the development of digital printing in Vietnam.

 

Ms. Lai Thi Hong Van - CEO of GM Corp JSC is speaking about Label Printing Technology - Anti-counterfeit Solutions for the Textile & Garment Industry

Experts say that currently, fabric printing technology has developed significantly with digital applications and the use of environmentally friendly ink, resulting in high quality products that meet the requirements of brands, and at the same time can meet the trend of personalization for each fashion product.

 

Mr. Nguyen Huu Phuc - Director of Fadatech JSC/ Chairman of COMO Co., Ltd. is sharing about customized fabric printing solutions for customers

At the conference, delegates shared more in-depth about the difficulties and advantages at enterprises, and exchanged experiences on new technology solutions applied in the fields of printing, dyeing and finishing according to environmentally friendly direction, contributing ideas on advanced management solutions to make the connection of businesses in the supply chain more effective.

Business representatives and experts agreed that, in order to increase the localization rate of fabric and yarn materials; Each enterprise as well as the textile industry needs to prioritize improving technical capacity in printing, dyeing and finishing fabrics, along with implementing water and energy saving solutions; Green and clean production for the entire supply chain; Step by step digital transformation towards a circular economy and join hands to contribute to building Vietnam's textile and garment industry for sustainable development.

Article and photos: Nguyen Binh - VITAS

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