Environmental Consciousness at Shinta Indah Jaya

At Shinta Indah Jaya, we believe in taking care to protect the local environment for the benefit of all stakeholders, including our customers. This means taking steps today which are not always the easiest or most profitable so that they pay back in the future.


Regrettably, irresponsible textile mills around the world fail to adhere to environmental regulations to treat their wastewater and facilitate the pollution of natural waterways such as rivers, causing irreparable damage to the local environment. At Shinta Indah Jaya, we know that water is a precious resource for our industry and to the local communities that surround us. Water cannot be taken for granted in our operations given its central importance in areas such as fabric dying and chemical treatments which utilise water baths. Therefore, our manufacturing facilities have an in-house water treatment plant that uses an activated sludge system, aerobic treatment, clarifier, coarse bubble diffusers, Lamella clarifier and screw press filters to ensure that contaminated water does not re-enter waterways. Furthermore, we have recently installed a water recycling process in our operations to significantly reduce the consumption of river water that is used in our production. This remains on a small scale to date as we further explore this method of reducing our environmental impact.



The textile sector is an energy intensive industry which has a poor record of energy efficiency overall due to the use of outdated machinery at older textile mills. Shinta Indah Jaya always strives to remain ahead of the curve when it comes to maintaining our range of equipment and machinery using recognised brands from Japan, South Korea and Europe to offer our customers the very best in production quality and energy efficiency. Our extensive range of knitting machines are powered by electricity our generators for dying machines and stenters mainly use coal as well as other fuel sources.



All efforts, large and small are important when it comes to forging a sustainable path. The waste fabric from our production lines is given a second life by being supplied in the form of rags to various industries such as the oil and gas sector to reduce our waste and avoid our textiles contributing to landfill.


Recycled Yarns & Fabrics

Our environmental consciousness extends beyond our operations to the products that we offer our clients. We aim to support them in their transition to offer consumers more sustainable options that are in line with their values. Recycled yarns made from PET bottles and fabric cut waste can be reutilised to create recycled yarns and fabrics for producing industrial textiles, home textiles and increasingly for apparel. These recycled polyester yarns effectively close the loop to create zero waste products without compromising on product quality or performance.


As a company with many decades of experience behind us, we know that remaining nimble and responsive to the needs of our clients lays at the heart of our longevity. Thus, we continuously strive to improve the environmental impact of our operations and environmental consciousness as part of our corporate culture. Contact us to find out more about environmentally sustainable solutions that we can offer your business.


Sportwear Fabrics for the New Normal

Across the globe, countries are emerging from what is hoped will be the last wave of the Covid-19 pandemic and loosening restrictions on social gatherings as well as cultural and sport activities. The pandemic has heightened awareness around the importance of keeping fit and healthy while the lack of opportunities to practice sports over the past year has served to a surge in interest in exercise and the uptake of new forms of physical activity as facilities reopen their doors. Practicing sports within the ‘new normal’ means that sports brands need to think differently about their product offerings including anti-viral masks that are adapted to physical activity as well as apparel that offers the wearer comfort and protection as the Covid-19 virus becomes part of our everyday reality.

Sportwear Apparel, With A Difference

The pandemic has shifted consumer behaviour when it comes to purchasing all types of apparel, including sportswear with a consensus of the need for less, but better. There is a renewed focus on the durability and quality of products with greater thought and consideration about the environmental impact of products in terms of how they are produced and their lifespan. Furthermore, textile hygiene has also been placed under the microscope with concerns about the capacity of the virus to survive on textile surfaces in retail settings, changing rooms and in the e-commerce sphere, thus setting new standards to which sportswear and apparel needs to adhere in order to quell retailer and consumer concerns.

When sourcing fabrics for sportswear, the importance of feel and function beyond their primary purpose must now be accounted for as consumers are taking more careful consideration over what they choose to purchase. That means utilising fabrics that offer a broader variety of properties such as being water repellent, anti-UV, moisture wicking in addition to providing anti-bacterial and anti-viral protection. Offering specialised fabric properties enables the final product to stand out against competitors and offer a more multifaceted product scope that better suits consumers who are looking to make more mindful, singular purchases that can have multiple uses in their wardrobe.

HeiQ is a global leader in textile innovation boasting clinically proven fabric treatments including anti-viral and anti-bacterial protection in addition to HeiQ Smart Temp which offers professional, performance standard sportswear fabrics that provide unrivalled breathability and thermoregulation. These customised finishes can be layered to provide a complete suite of solutions including anti-fungal and anti-odour properties that significantly enhance the potential applications of the final product.

Facemasks for Sports

While differing from country to country, various indoor and outdoor sports are required to be practiced while wearing a face mask. Even as vaccination programs progress globally, the current vaccines available are to date, not yet capable of stopping the virus from circulating which means that mandatory face masks are going to present for the foreseeable future. This makes the provision of a facemask that is suitable for high intensity physical activity a vital component of any sports brand’s product range.

Sports adapted facemasks must offer breathability, moisture-wicking and thermoregulation properties to keep the wearer feeling comfortable and cool even during intense exercise. The feel of the fabric must also be soft, lightweight and offer plenty of stretch to obtain the optimal fit and to allow for movement while working out.

Active protection against viruses and bacteria are what really sets one face mask apart from the other as team sports activities return and require heightened levels of protection for the wearer. Viroguard by Dymatic and Viroblock by HeiQ are two clinically proven fabric treatments that use cutting edge technology to actively disable and destroy viruses and bacteria. They can be applied to any type of sportwear fabric as well as combined with other aforementioned properties including anti-fungal, anti-odour and thermoregulation for the ultimate sports facemask.

Looking Ahead

The Covid-19 vaccine program is well underway, however concerns around hygiene, health and safety will remain with us for the foreseeable future. Sportswear and athleisurewear functionality will therefore remain at the forefront of consumer and retailer’s minds. Sportwear products of the future must therefore offer comfort and protection in order to compete in the retail landscape of the ‘new normal’.

Shinta Indah Jaya offers a range of custom fabric treatments and works with selected partners to provide customers with access to the latest textile technologies that have been clinically proven including Viroguard and Viroblock. Contact us to learn more about how we can support your business in developing customised sportswear fabrics that provide comfort, style and unmatched performance.






Reusable Face Mask Hygiene: Make Sure You Are Doing It Right

Reusable face masks offer a wealth of benefits versus disposable masks; greater user comfort through breathable fabrics, a contoured facial fit, enhanced performance through specialised fabric treatments and are of course better for the environment. They have therefore become increasingly popular worldwide as a means of protecting the wearer and others during the global Covid-19 pandemic. However, to ensure the effectiveness of reusable face masks, it is crucial to adhere to facemask hygiene best practices to make sure that you and those around you are being fully protected.

Washing Your Facemask

For reusable face masks to be truly effective in protecting the wearer from viruses and bacteria, they need to be washed regularly as research has shown that pathogens and bacteria can live on textile surfaces for up to 12 hours. If you have coughed or sneezed in your facemask, it is advised to wash it immediately and to always have a at least one other spare mask available while you do so. Gentle handwashing using normal laundry detergent and line drying is recommended to expose the fabric to UV light which kills any residual pathogens on the mask fabric.

Using a reusable facemask that has been treated with an anti-viral coating such as Viroguard or Viroblock significantly reduces the risk of the mask carrying pathogens and bacteria due to their ability to deactivate the virus or bacteria upon contact. However, these types of masks still need to be washed regularly and will remain effective for over 40 washes. Anti-viral coated facemasks should ideally be handwashed up to 30 degrees and line dried to safeguard the performance of their anti-viral properties.

Storage On the Go

Shinta Indah Jaya’s new Anti Viral Storage Pouch Customised logo printing available

When sitting down at a bar, restaurant or café, your mask needs to be removed and stored in a sanitary way to avoid contamination while not in use. Some hospitality venues offer zip lock plastic bags to store your mask which is a solution that creates additional and unnecessary plastic waste. A better solution is to use a purpose designed storage pouch that is waterproof as well as dustproof and can be hard shell or a soft fabric.

Facemask storage pouches that are coated in a special anti-viral coating are ideal as they ensure that the mask is completely protected from any contamination whilst in your bag or in contact with other surfaces such as on a tabletop. These storage pouches can be easily carried around in your pocket or bag, ready for when you need them making them an essential accessory in the New Normal.

Wearing & Handling Your Facemask

How a mask is worn determines its effectiveness. A well fitted mask should cover your nose and fit snugly under your chin and against your face without gaps. Masks with 3D contoured stitching or in-built wiring that enable a secure fit over the bridge of your nose are the best choice for guaranteeing a secure fit.

When removing and subsequently reapplying your facemask during the day, wash and sanitize your hands before touching the mask and remove it from your face using the elasticated ear loops only. It is also advised to avoid touching the facemask throughout the day. As mentioned above, when not in use, the mask should be stored in a storage pouch to keep it clean and sanitary prior to its next usage.

Adhering to proper mask hygiene is the best way to protect yourself and those around you as well as being the small part that everyone can play in overcoming the pandemic.

Shinta Indah Jaya’s next generation facemask uses the latest anti-viral textile technology as well as an ultra lux microfiber fabric for extra softness alongside 3D contoured stitching for a secure fit. It is now available with a matching water-repellant storage pouch which features the same cutting-edge technology that actively destroys viruses and bacteria on contact.

Contact Shinta Indah Jaya for more information on its reusable facemasks and anti-viral pouches.


Do Anti-Viral Fabrics Really Work?

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the interest in anti-viral fabrics has surged in order to provide an everyday solution to protect front-line medical workers from contracting and transmitting the virus. This has spurred a number of breakthroughs in anti-viral fabric technology for use in medical textiles, personal protective equipment (PPE) such as masks and gloves as well as everyday clothing for health-conscious consumers as studies have shown that viruses can live for days on textile surfaces. This increased interest in anti-viral fabric treatments has also led to the release of gimmicky products into the market that make claims which are not backed up by clinical testing. Here we look at how this ground-breaking technology works and the testing standards to look for when selecting the right anti-viral fabric treatment for your needs.

The Leading Anti-Viral Fabric Technologies


Viroguard by Dymatic


HeiQ Viroblock


What is it?


Viroguard by Dymatic is an anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal chemical treatment that can be applied to all types of fabrics including nylon, polyester and cotton while still being completely safe against the skin. Being highly durable, it is effective for up to 40 washes and is widely used in clothing, towels, bedding, wet-tissues, and non-wovens.


HeiQ Viroblock is an award winning, anti-viral textile technology which can be applied to any kind of fabric to make it resistant to viruses and bacteria. The technology was originally developed during the Ebola crisis in 2013 to produce medical class 1 FFP2 masks used during the pandemic. It can be used for all types of fabrics including clothing and home textiles for up to 30 washes and up to 5 dry cleanings for wool fabrics.


How Does it Work?


The technology operates by attacking the spike protein of the virus to degrade and denature it so that is loses its host cell medium by destroying the lipid envelope and changing the permeability of the small membrane protein. Within minutes of contact, the bacteria or virus is killed at a rate of above 99%.


HeiQ Viroblock technology has been developed using silver technology which attracts the oppositely charged viruses and binds permanently to their sulfur groups. The fatty spherical vesicle technology (Liposomes) then work to disintegrate the cholesterol content of the viral membrane so that the silver ions can then attack the core of the virus and destroy it over the course of 2 to 5 minutes.


What Testing Standards Does It Meet?


The treatment has been clinically tested to ISO 18184 standards in which it proved 99.9% effective against the flu virus(H3N2) and obtained AAA level for FZ/T73023-2006 with a 98% efficacy rate against bacteria such as E-coli.


The treatment has been clinically tested according to the standards of ISO 18184 as strong antiviral and ISO 20743 as strong antibacterial against enveloped viruses and bacteria as well as ISO 20743 for residual virus infectivity (Sendai virus) which showed a rapid antiviral effect demonstrated within 2-5 minutes.



So, Does They Really Work?

The aforementioned technologies and some of their competitors have been clinically proven to be effective in destroying viruses and bacteria that come into contact with the surface of the fabric. That means that they stop fabrics from becoming breeding grounds for pathogens and viruses by denaturing them and stopping the chain of transmission.

Various fashion brands have begun marketing their products as anti-viral to appeal to consumers in the ‘new normal’ to provide peace of mind during the in-store retail experience and after purchasing. While a useful marketing tool, there are products being marketed as such which may not have passed internationally recognized anti-viral tests, meaning they do not actually disable and destroy the virus.

So, in answer to the question of do anti-viral fabrics really work, it depends on whether you are using a clinically proven technology such as those detailed above, and how you use them. The COVID-19 virus and similar airborne viruses are mainly transmitted through moisture droplets in the air that are created when an infected person talks, sneezes and coughs; therefore the most effective use of anti-viral fabrics is for items such as facemasks, gloves and medical textiles. When used for the correct products, anti-viral fabrics have been proven to be highly effective in protecting the wearer and those around them.

Shinta Indah Jaya offers a range of custom fabric treatments and works with selected partners to provide customers with access to the latest textile technologies that have been clinically proven including Viroguard and Viroblock. Contact us to learn more about how we can support your business through innovative products that meet the new demands posed by today’s challenges.

Shinta Indah Jaya Launches Its Next Generation 6-in-1 Anti-Viral Mask

Shinta Indah Jaya consistently focuses on innovation in order to overcome the new challenges brought about by an ever-changing global landscape. The post pandemic ‘New Normal’ makes every day personal protection a priority requiring a solution that ensures the highest standards of protection, wearer comfort and environmental sustainability. To meet this challenge, Shinta Indah Jaya has developed its new generation of antiviral 6-in-1 washable facemasks with future products underway using Bacmatic by Dymatic; a chemical coating that swiftly deactivates viral pathogens.

Dymatic Bacmatic DM-3015N works by rapidly breaking down the lipid envelopes of viruses and bacteria on contact with the surface of the treated fabric, rendering them deactivated thereby protecting the wearer and preventing further transmission. Rigorous testing has shown that Bacmatic has a proven destruction rate of >99% for Influenza A (H1N1) & H3N2 viruses. In addition to offering antiviral and anti-bacterial protection, the textile coating also provides a host of other benefits including being anti-fungal and odour control. Effective for more than 40 washes, Bacmatic also presents a more environmentally sustainable option compared with disposable facemasks and other PPE products.

Keeping user comfort and textile performance in mind, Shinta Indah Jaya has also collaborated with Swiss based HeiQ to incorporate their Smart Temp technology and further enhance the performance of their washable antiviral facemasks. Market leader in innovative textile treatments, HeiQ’s Smart Temp is a patented cooling technology that is activated by the temperature of the wearer whereby on detecting a rise in temperature, the fabric’s cooling properties are activated to keep the wearer feeling fresh, dry and comfortable. This intelligent thermoregulation is a crucial feature given the new reality which will require everyone to wear facemasks over long periods of time. The expertly engineered textile deactivates the cooling effect once the desired effect has been achieved, providing dynamic temperature control.

Using these cutting-edge technologies in combination, Shinta Indah Jaya has developed its next generation of washable facemasks with complete 6-in-1 protection: water repellent, antiviral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, odour control and temperature control. The facemask is available in black and comes in two versions: convenient adjustable ear loop or easy single-tie specially for hijab wearers. A durable 3-ply structure, the facemasks also feature 3D contour centre stitching for improved fit.

Furthermore, Shinta Indah Jaya will soon launch complementary products that draw on the advanced and optimised features of its antiviral fabrics to provide further solutions to limiting viral transmission. The company will shortly launch washable 5-in-1 protection antiviral gloves that utilise the same technology while also featuring a conductive material within the fingertips that will enable the wearer to still use touchscreen devices without risking viral contact or transmission.

As individuals, companies and industries adjust to the demands of the ‘New Normal’, Shinta Indah Jaya is well positioned to offer everyday solutions that deliver the highest standards of protection, wearer comfort and practicality to get help get its clients back to business as usual.

Learn more about Bacmatic by Dymatic here

Bacmatic meets anti-bacterial and anti-viral standards including: ISO 20743, JIS L1902, AATCC 100, FZ/T 73023, GB/T 20944 & ISO 18184:2014, JIS L1922:2016.


Learn more about Smart Temp by HeiQ here

Shinta Indah Jaya Now Offering Antiviral Fabrics Using Viroblock by HeiQ

HeiQ Viroblock technology has been developed using a unique combination of silver technology alongside vesicle technology as a booster that is extremely effective in destroying bacterial and viral pathogens on textile surfaces. It does this through the silver technology which attracts the oppositely charged viruses and binds permanently to their sulfur groups. Furthermore, the fatty spherical vesicle technology (Liposomes) serves to disintegrate the cholesterol content of the viral membrane over the course of 2 to 5 minutes so that the virus is rendered destroyed.

HeiQ Viroblock’s breakthrough technology can be applied to a wide variety of fabric and fiber types, and has a broad spectrum of applications which include medical textiles such as facemasks, air filters, scrubs, surgical gowns and everyday use products such as drapes, curtains, mattresses and clothing amongst others. It has a long lasting effect of up to 30 washes at 60 degrees making it a more environmentally sustainable option compared to disposables, while also being hypoallergenic, completely safe against the skin and self-sanitizing, enabling it to be used in varied environments. The strength of the treatment can be adjusted to the intended use of the fabric with a heavier dose used for critical applications such as face masks and disposable medical nonwovens and a lighter dose used for less critical textile applications such as daily garments and homeware fabrics.

Shinta Indah Jaya believes in going beyond tradition, which means responding to the challenges of today by embracing the latest technology and innovations in combination with its long term commitment to product quality. Taking a personalized approach to each customer, this latest collaboration with HeiQ adds to Shinta Indah Jaya’s suite of customisable options so as to provide its customers with a comprehensive toolkit to develop innovative new products that will enable them to adapt and thrive in the post-pandemic business environment.

More information about HeiQ Viroblock can be found here


Customised Textile Manufacturing: Make Your Products Stand Out

Textile performance and value-added properties are playing an increasingly central role in differentiating textile products among low quality imitations as consumers move beyond short term minded buying habits. As demonstrated by leading sportswear brands, consumers have come to expect more from their garments including durability as well as standout performance across a broad spectrum of conditions and climates. Customised textile manufacturing to create unique textiles that deliver on the specific needs of your customer base is therefore the most effective route to differentiating your textile products and enlarging your market share.

What Customers Want

Communication with your customers and clients is now easier than ever with the proliferation of digital communication channels to understand their requests and needs. However, to truly make your textile products stand out, it means thinking beyond the perceived limitations of the capabilities and performance of your product to go beyond your customers’ expectations.

Successful examples of this include a renowned sock manufacturer which wanted to solve the issue of the odour that is associated with worn socks. By manufacturing their socks using unique silver technology that imparts anti-bacterial properties to the sock fabric, they have carved out a significant niche in the competitive sock market. A further example is within home textiles; customers using upholstery in rooms with a lot of sunlight have come to accept that sofas and chairs will require reupholstering every so often as UV rays degrade the fabric’s colour and finish. Now home textile manufacturers can offer a range of fabric types with anti UV properties to avoid this issue and safeguard the longevity of their textile products.

Sportwear using performance textiles is one of the fastest growing segments of the global apparel market. Sports enthusiasts as well as professionals in their field are seeking out garments that can enhance their performance, stamina and comfort. Fabric construction that provides stretch for a comfort fit as well as improving blood circulation and regulating body temperature in addition to water repellence to maintain performance in all-weather conditions are some of the criteria that can be used to differentiate sportwear apparel in the marketplace.

Custom finishes to choose from and combine include:

  • Anti-Bacterial
  • Anti UV
  • Soil Release
  • Oil Repellent
  • Moisture Management
  • Mechanical Stretch
  • Elastane Stretch
  • Anti-Static
  • PH Control

Selecting a Manufacturing Partner

Creating a textile fabric with the custom finishes that you require means working with a textile manufacturer that can deliver when it comes to the look, feel and drape of the fabric as well as the custom performance finishes, while also meeting your market price point. This means seeking out a textile manufacturer with proven experience within performance textiles. Look for a textile manufacturer that can provide a fully integrated service and offers a competitive edge in the sourcing or producing of the yarn with the required properties for the custom finishing that you require. 

Shinta Indah Jaya is the trusted textile manufacturing partner to leading multinational brands including Adidas, Mizuno, Diadora, Victoria’s Secret, H&M and many more. Working alongside its sister company Sulindafin, Shinta Indah Jaya utilises the renowned Sul-Suite collection of yarns and works in long term partnership with its clients alongside HeiQ to develop customised textile fabrics that create pioneering new products.

Medical Textiles: The Next Frontier

Medical textiles or healthcare textiles present a new frontier in the field of technical textiles with consumption increasing at a rate of 4.6% per year globally (Textile Guide). Increasing life expectancy and improvements in medical coverage are fuelling this rise in demand for medical textiles and encouraging research into further applications for the future.

Bandage materials are an example of a high growth area of medical textiles that still uses traditional fabric compositions and holds plenty of room for innovation. For example, bandages for holding dressings in place are customarily made from a simple loosely woven cotton or linen gauze. Elasticated, adhesive and compression bandages are manufactured from woven fabrics using PVC, polyethylene or polyurethane with latex to provide added stretch in order to apply light pressure to the affected area. While effective, further enhancements could see bandage materials playing a more active role in patient healing and recovery.

Surgical hosiery is a further area of medical textiles that offers potential. This includes products such as pressure socks or sleeves for use after surgery for ulcers and deep vein thrombosis. This family of healthcare textiles are produced using polyamide, polyester, cotton, and elastomeric yarns to create nonwoven and knitted fabrics. However, surgical hosiery or compression garments often require customised fabric compositions for the treatment of specific conditions and for meeting the needs of a patient’s specific physiology thus fuelling the need for a greater variety of fabric types.  

For the future, bandages and surgical hosiery represent opportunities to improve upon on the range of fabrics currently available, both in terms of performance and properties. Potential advancements include bandage fabrics that offer anti-bacterial properties, soil release and moisture management to assist in the healing process. Environmental sustainability is a further challenge facing the development of medical textiles, with the need to develop environmentally friendly fabrics that can be reused hygienically.

Shinta Indah Jaya remains committed to continuous research and innovation by exploring new areas and applications for its range of high-quality textile products. Working closely with customers and technological partners, SIJ is well positioned to further explore the exciting field of medical textiles in the future.

The History of Shinta Indah Jaya; Going Beyond Tradition

Shinta Indah Jaya has been an integral part of Indonesia’s textile industry for nearly five decades, having been established in 1971 by the late Toto Hermijanto. The company began as a humble trading company before subsequently progressing into the manufacture of flat, circular and warp knitted fabrics thus becoming the first business unit of what would expand to become the renowned Shinta Group. Shinta Indah Jaya is a rarity in the global textile industry; a company that has stood the test of time in an era of globalisation and withstood the pressures of shifting regional production locations as well as fast fashion.

This success story has been achieved through placing extensive focus on research and development as well as listening to the needs of clients to deliver quality textiles that meet their requirements. For example, Shinta Indah Jaya strategically develops innovative performance textile fabrics by using specialised yarns produced by a sister company, Sulindafin. Tapping into the burgeoning global demand for performance sportwear, SulCool, developed in-house by Sulindafin, is a permanent moisture-management technology built into yarn. Shinta Indah Jaya has been supplying SulCool fabrics to the garment industry for the manufacture of activewear for renowned multinational sportswear brands including Adidas, Reebok, Puma and Asics. This fabric uses tetra-channel capillary action for superb moisture-management which keeps the skin cool and dry for long-lasting freshness and enhanced athletic performance. Shinta Indah Jaya also offers SulCool fabrics with dual functions of moisture-management and anti-UV or anti-microbial properties using advanced silver technology.

Looking to the future and the increasing importance of the environmental impact of textile production, Shinta Indah Jaya is actively exploring avenues to produce eco-textiles. This includes the use of recycled materials alongside the company’s existing efforts to reduce the carbon footprint of the textile manufacturing process such as minimal wastewater and through investments in a state-of-the-art waste water treatment facility. As the company embarks on the next chapter of capacity expansion through the construction of a brand new manufacturing facility and investing in modern greener technology, improving productivity while ensuring maximum energy efficiency with minimal waste are at the forefront of the company’s strategic expansion plans.

For Shinta Indah Jaya, the concept of ‘Going Beyond Tradition’ is about embracing the latest developments in research and technology, but also about safeguarding the core values that enabled the company’s founding success. With increased price pressure in the global textile industry, attention to employee working conditions and rights has been eroded as irreputable companies take a short-term approach to their staff. Shinta Indah Jaya regards the well-being of its employees as paramount to ensuring the success of the company in the long term. This means the highest standards of health and safety within the premises as well as access to training to improve their skills and social security for themselves and their loved ones.

Today, Shinta Indah Jaya serves as the standard bearer of the late Toto Hermijanto’s founding vision of providing the highest quality textile products underpinned by a corporate culture that emphasises honesty, respect and integrity. This unswerving focus has enabled Shinta Indah Jaya to continue to thrive within an increasingly competitive international textile industry as well as progress to the next generation under the stewardship of his daughter, Stacey Hermijanto. Drawing on the work ethic and dedication embodied by the founder, the team at Shinta Indah Jaya remains committed to developing customised textile solutions that facilitate sustainable success for all its customers.