Are you pre-registered for the Apparel Textile Sourcing Miami (ATSM) show, taking place at the Mana Wynwood Convention Center from May 27th – 29th, 2020? You can pre-register for FREE by clicking on this link.
Below we will preview the Miami show and spotlight one of the 150+ apparel and textile manufacturers already confirmed.
Apparel Textile Sourcing (ATS) is excited to share with you up-to-date information about the show that will showcase over 150 exhibitors from 30+ countries (China, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, Colombia, Peru, Kenya, and more).
ATS is expecting over 5,000 attendees to meet with existing and new supplier possibilities, check out the seminar series, fashion lab, fashion show, and trends for 2021.
There will also be a top-notch educational and informative seminar series with Enterprise Connect and the Fashion Lab.
Back by popular demand, will be the ATS Miami fashion show, highlighting local talents and exhibitor’s innovations and trends.
For those with a specific need, ATS will be providing matchmaking services before, during, and after the show.
The ATS Miami team is pleased to let you know that Everest Textiles will be exhibiting at the show.
Everest Textile was founded in 1988 and is the only vertically-integrated textile company in Taiwan, specializing in yarn spinning, twisting, weaving, dyeing, finishing, printing, and coating/laminating with special treatments and processes.
Currently, Everest has five fabric factories with three production plants in Taiwan, Shanghai, and Bangkok, which employs more than 3,000 people, with a capacity to produce over 120 million yards of fabric each year.
They also have garment factories in Haiti and Ethiopia.
Within the management team is a core group of people, leaders within their marketplaces, who will explore “knowledgeability with innovation”.
In the fall of 2016, the Taiwan-based maker of high-performance sports apparel confirmed to invest $18.5 million over five years to establish a 610-job manufacturing facility in Rutherford County, North Carolina.
North Carolina governor Pat McCrory commented “We are thrilled that this innovation-based textile company has selected our state and its tradition of high-quality manufacturing to build its presence in the Americas,”
This will be Everest’s first plant outside of Asia. Scott Chen, Corporate Vice President stated, “Everest positions itself as one of the leading global enterprises and commits to contribute to human society by providing innovative, environmentally friendly and comfortable textile products to the industry and consumers. ”
Everest has been reporting on their corporate social responsibility, since 2010.
The Everest Sustainability Model (ESM) is based on 7R Discipline (Rethink, Redesign, Reduce, Reuse, Repair, Recycle, and Recovery) and emphasizes balanced developments among the economy, environment, and society.
They have developed a strategic action plan called “Energy Saving, Care for the Environment, and Our Earth”.
Everest insists on green innovation to highlight its strength and commitment.
The SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) of Everest is to have “Zero Emission” in its three production facilities.
In 2003 the Everest Technology Research Center was established and was recognized by the Ministry of Economic Affair (MOEA), Taiwan, R.O.C.
Through R&D (Research & Development), including yarn spinning, the masterbatch process, and technical combinations. Everest has developed many high quality and natural materials (Nano-Silver, Natural Carbon, Far Infrared Radiation, and Zinc Oxide).
Everest has 21 global patents that lead the way with technology advancements.