Everest Textile CO., Ltd.
Everest Textile Co., Ltd. (“Everest Textile”), with its principal place of business at No. 256, Ming-He Village, Shan-Shang District, Tainan, Taiwan, is a public listed company in Taiwan (Taiwan Stock Exchange Index: 1460) since April 1995. It is the first vertically integrated textile manufacturer in Taiwan which specializes in yarn texturizing, weaving, knitting, dyeing, post-finishing (including printing, coating, laminating) and garment production.
Everest Textile is a leading sustainable enterprise and all of its products and processes are certified by the Swiss bluesign organization. In light of the green opportunities in environmental protection and outdoor markets, Everest Textile continues to develop fusion innovation - fashion and functional fabrics based on bio-based materials and becomes an indispensable, long-term partner with international and outdoor sports brand customers. To date, Everest Textile owns more than 300 business partners in the world and has very close relationship with Nike, Decathlon, Lululemon, The North Face, GAP, POLO, and Patagonia.
With its headquarters in Taiwan, Everest Textile also invested two textile mills in Ratchaburi, Thailand in 1998 and Shang-Hai, China in 1997, and set up eight (8) representative offices in Europe and Asia. In 2016, Everest Textile initiated its "5+5 Moonshot Thinking” visionary project and expanded one fabric factory in North Carolina, U.S.A. and two garment factories respectively in Awassa, Ethiopia and Caracol, Haiti. Its North Carolina plant has already become the largest textile factory in the United State and its Ethiopia factory and Haiti factory have greatly increased local employment opportunities and improved living conditions of the employees, which are highly respected by the government.
Everest Textile makes green production locally with global thinking. All its six worldwide plants are constructed as the eco-industrial parks, equipped with the smart hardware and software as well as energy-saving and carbon-reducing installations. The massive mission of Everest Textile is “contribute to the society and change the world”. The core corporate values are based on goodness and altruism. Everest Textile deeply follows the rule of “learning by doing and doing by learning” to improve the powers of innovation, sustainability, smart, and lean production, aiming to achieve the triple-bottom-line in economy, environment, and society.