Tay Hsin Knitting Co., Ltd. (Tay Hsin) was founded in February 1973 and has evolved from a traditional family-owned business into a well-established company. Tay Hsin is a professional manufacturer that has accumulated over 40 years of experience specializing in a wide range of top quality products such as socks, headbands and wristbands, covering both professional and functional products. Tay Hsin continues to innovate and develop new products to meet market needs, as well as adjusting management and operational strategies to increase market competitiveness. In recent years, Tay Hsin has adopted an automation policy to achieve a truly sustainable operational environment, building competitive advantage.
Over 40 years of know-how in socks manufacturing while over 20 years of business partnership with top sports brand; known as the preferred supplier for leading global brands and retailers.
Dedicated Product R&D Center and Quality Assurance Center are in place to better serve clients and ensure quality excellence.
Fully equipped with world class machines made from Italy, Korea and Taiwan where boundaries are pushed by leading technology; over hundreds of registered patents of self-developed automated workflow.
Fully dedicated Corporate Social Responsibility Department (SEA) undertakes social responsibility promotion and CSR implementation. Completed ISO14001 and OHSAS18001 certification.
Product Development Centre provides client the platform to advanced features, innovative properties and leading technologies.
From product development to order placement, teams of experts take care every aspects of the process ensuring top quality product and on-time delivery.
Siro spinning: In Siro spinning, the spinning machine is fed by two separate rovings, maintained at a specific distance. After drafting
Excellent quality, a wide range of useful, flexible hundred percent of wool for knitwear, for everyone to provide natural, comfortable four seasons clothing
Combed Cotton: Combed cotton is a type of cotton which undergoes an additional combing process during spinning in order to remove fibers shorter than