International Textile Manufacturers Federation (ITMF)
Fédération internationale des industries textiles
Internationale Vereinigung der Textilindustrie
1904 Zurich Switzerland
Founded at meeting convened by the British cotton spinning industry. Reorganized and new Statutes adopted, May 1954. Headquarters transferred from Manchester (UK), to Zurich in 1963.
Monitor, protect and promote the common interests of members; provide a neutral meeting ground for textile trade associations in industrialized and developing countries for discussion of matters of common interest and for exchange of information and experience; act as an international spokesman in matters relating to raw materials and as a liaison agent between the textile industry and governmental and intergovernmental organizations.
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