Barcelona, July 23, 2017.- The company associated with Texfor, Textil Santanderina, and Dolores Cortés, associated with Atevalfueron awarded the National Fashion Award 2016 in the form of Headwear and SME Industry of the Industry of the Sector The Fashion respectively. The ceremony, presided by SM La Reina Leticia, celebrated its IV edition in the Museum of the Costume of Madrid.
In the 2014 and 2015 editions, two other companies associated with Texfor, Gratacos and Royo TextileGroup received the prize respectively. For its part, this is the second consecutive year that our Valencian textile industry receives such high distinction since last year Tejidos Royo also received the National Fashion Award 2016.
The Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness, through the General Secretariat of Industry and Small and Medium Enterprise, convened the IV edition of the National Fashion Awards, which recognize those individuals, institutions, organizations or industries that have Made a major effort to achieve business excellence in the sector.
The National Prize for the Textile Industry of Head, tanning and other raw materials and components for the Industry of the Fashion Sector recognizes the importance of the industry producing all kinds of yarns, fabrics, dyes, tanned, footwear components and other Raw materials as a starting point in the process of productive transformation for companies in the sector.
The National Award to SMEs in the Modapremia Sector Industry for a small or medium-sized company that has made a continuous effort in the industry, valuing actions such as design, technology, production, innovation, distribution, internationalization, employment , Adaptation to the new circumstances of the sector and efficiency in the management of human and material resources.
About the Intertextil Spanish Council
Currently the Spanish Intertextile Council is made up of five members: the Federation of Textile Industry Lanera (FITEXLAN), the Textile Industrial Association of Cotton Process (AITPA), the Textile Sedera Federation (FTS) and the National Federation of Finishers, Stampers and Dyers Textiles (FNAETT) – grouped in the Confederation of the Textile Industry (Texfor) -; And the Association of Textile Entrepreneurs of the Valencian Community (Ateval). With an integrating will, the CIE keeps the doors open to the different business associations that make up the textile industry and the clothing sector. In this sense, it invites them to join the project of the most important business organization of fashion in Spain to continue contributing in the defense of the interests of the textile industry as a whole, as the CIE has done since its founding in 1979.
Anna Becerra. Abecerra@comunicas.es. 626 59 19 45
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