Initially, the main sources of supply were India and Pakistan. As demand for imported textiles increased due to the substantial price advantage over domestically manufactured textiles, the need for additional sourcing became a necessity. The Indian sub-continent was not capable of supplying the vast market requirements of the USA. Subsequently more countries joined the bandwagon and wanted to reap the benefit of exporting their products. Thus came the advent of the Far East Asian mills from China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Malaysia, and Thailand.

Gradually, countries from Latin America such as Brazil, Peru, and Columbia and more recently countries from the Middle East entered the import arena. This conglomeration of countries from virtually all over the world has made Imptex’s sourcing truly "worldwide" in scope.


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