Committed to developing textiles that meet customer needs and are safe for both humans and the environment, promoting the concepts of "Clothing Safety" and "Healthy Wear."

Sustainability

The Best Of The Best

Everest core product is a fusion of functional and fashionable textured yarn, widely used in eco innovative fabrics for sports, outdoor, and urban environments. In order to maintain its innovative leadership, Everest established a national level R&D center, the "Advanced Technology Research Institute," in the domestic textile industry in 2003, transforming from "physical textiles" to "chemical textiles." Each year, the company invests 3% to 4% of its revenue in research and innovation. Committed to environmental friendliness and aligning with international brands' sustainability policies, we use eco friendly materials and employ smart manufacturing to reduce the use of chemicals.

In recent years, extreme weather has become a common climate pattern under global climate change, leading to a significant increase in demand for multifunctional textiles. Everest long fibers, short fibers, and cutting edge products provide a differentiation basis for composite functional products. They utilize cross disciplinary integration and emerging material technologies, showcasing Everest strong capabilities in high performance composite textiles.

About Everest

Basic Information

Company Name:Everest Textile Co ..,Ltd Date of establishment:February 8 1988
Listing date:April 28 1995 Stock code:1460
Industry category:Textile industry Company address:No 256 Minghe, Shanshang Dist Tainan City, Taiwan (R O C)
Chairman:Johnny Shih
Main business:Processing yarn, weaving (plain weaving/knitting), dyeing and finishing, printing processing, coating and lamination, ready to wear
Main products:Processed yarns, finished fabrics, others (preg fabrics, garments, etc. ) Paid-up capital:TWD 6, 946, 434, 840
Number of workers:1,508(Taiwan factory)、491(Thailand factory)、574(Shanghai factory)、123(US factory)、2727(Ethiopia factory)
Shareholder structure:

The factories in three Asian countries, Taiwan, China, and Thailand, along with the yarn weaving and dyeing facility in North Carolina, USA, make efficient use of regional tariff incentives. The clothing factory in Ethiopia allows for global logistics coordination with existing brand customers in advanced countries in Europe, the Americas, and Japan, ensuring fast delivery times. This expansion opens doors to emerging markets worldwide, working towards the goal of "Local to local, time to market" by producing and selling locally while minimizing the carbon footprint, ultimately contributing to a green economy. Regional