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The Philippine Textile Research Institute (PTRI), as a line agency of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) supports the local textile and allied industries achieve global competitiveness through utilization of indigenous resources, and development of technical competence in textile production and quality assurance.

 
PTRI Launches Innovation Center for Yarns and Textiles

The Philippine Textile Research Institute (PTRI) launched on May 25 its newly refurbished facility named the Innovation Center for Yarns and Textiles (ICYT). The center aims to produce yarns from indigenous materials for the weaving and knitting communities in the various regions of the country. The launch which was held at the PTRI Compound in Bicutan, Taguig City was attended by Senator Loren B. Legarda and DOST Secretary Mario G. Montejo and representatives from the industry, private sector, and the media.

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PTRI Conducts Roundtable Discussion on Bridging Human Resource Gaps in Textile Industry
As part of the second installment of the Institute’s TELASerye, the Philippine Textile Research Institute (PTRI) conducted a roundtable discussion (RTD) entitled “TELATalks: Bridging the Human Resource Gaps in the Textile Industry” held on the afternoon of May 25. The RTD with the academic, technical-vocational institutions and industry was organized in the hope of encouraging course offerings related to the textile industry to supplement the dwindling human resource pool.
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PTRI Engr discusses geotextile testing at DZRJ
The Philippine Textile Research Institute (PTRI) was a guest at DZRJ-AM on May 27 to talk about geotextile testing services offered by the Institute. In the radio program “Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow” hosted by Jun Obrero and Mary Jane Olvina-Balaguer, Engr. May S. Rico, PTRI’s Technical Services Division Chief, discussed the background of PTRI’s testing services and the need of various manufacturers and suppliers for geotextile testing. Geotextiles or geotextile fabrics in woven or non-woven forms are used in the foundations of soils, rock, or earth as an integral part of a manufactured project, structure, or system.
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Philippine Textile Industry to Rise Above Challenges and Global Competitiveness

Considered a sunset industry, the Philippine textile sector is getting back on its feet to secure a bright spot in our economy. Stakeholders of the Philippine textiles gathered together in the recently concluded TELA Serye:…kahapon, ngayon, bukas Philippine Textiles: the Future, Today  Conference held on 29th of January 2015 to celebrate collective determined efforts to revive the industry.

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PTRI Gathers Stakeholders for Phil Textile Conference 2015

TELA Serye 

Various stakeholders of the Philippine local textiles will gather for this year's Textile Conference dubbed as

TELA Serye: ... kahapon, ngayon, bukas.

Philippine Textiles: the Future, Today.

The one-day affair, organized by the Department of Science and Technology's (DOST) Philippine Textile Research Institute (PTRI), will be a perfect venue to discuss innovations on the textile, garment, and fashion industry and to showcase the Institute's expanded technological developments and initiatives.

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