$7m on tap for textile concerns

AROUND $7 million is available to businesses in the textile, clothing and footware industry through strategic investment programs, says TCF Resource Centre of WA manager Carol Hanlon.

Ms Hanlon said many businesses involved in the industry were unaware they qualified for financial assistance.

“The TCF industry includes such people as ropemakers, sailmakers,

tanneries, safety harness makers, seat belt makers and manufacturers of sheets and mattresses,” she said.

Ms Hanlon said The TCF Resource Centre, the first of its kind in Australia formed eighteen months ago, was compiling a TCF industry directory in conjunction with the Department of Commerce & Trade.

The database would outline the details of all TCF firms in WA and should be completed and printed by mid-2000.

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