Sunta

About

Sunta Chemical Corporation, the leading faux leather manufacturer, aims to provide products with high-grade leather and weaving textures. It not only presents the gloss and tactility of leather and the textures of clothing with the exclusive production methods but also increases the added value of products by raising the physical properties and functionalities. Sunta artificial leather manufacturers will incessantly promote the product R&D and develop special production methods for casting leather with PVC and PU materials.

Sunta

Features

With superb end-stage processing capabilities and exclusive state-of-the-art embossing roller manufacturing technology, Sunta exhibits the refined surface capillaries of authentic leather, the weaving textures, and the machine sewing threads of textiles. The independent laboratory supports customized product development and the rapid production of samples. The physical property test center guarantees that our leatherette fabric products meet the customers’ demands.

Sunta

History

Sunta Chemical Corporation is co-funded by the Sunstar Group, Japan, and the Taiwan Pony Corporation in 1987. It introduced special synthetic leather and roller manufacturing technology. Sunta establishes itself as exclusive faux leather suppliers that offer customized services having capabilities to engage in independent development. After the Sunstar Group transferred its shares in 1999, Sunta merged Yu-Great Industrial Corporation in 2012 and established the Yuanlin Factory to manufacture PU products. Today, its aggregate production capacity of synthetic leathers is 1.2 million yards per month.

From the beginning

Our History

  • April 1987

    Sunta Chemical Corporation is co-funded by the Sunstar Group, Japan and the Taiwan Pony Corporation
  • June 1991

    Transfer print products began mass production for the use of bags and shoes
  • March 1999

    ISO-9001 Quality Management System certification acquired
  • December 2012

    PU factory established in Yuanlin, Changhua
  • September 2014

    Multi-color transfer print began mass production for the use of upholstery
  • January 2018

    The adaption of phthalate-free processes and facilities implemented throughout the workshop
  • February 2018

    Multi-color rotogravure facility updated completely
  • May 2018

    All production line begin to make use of vegetal biomass fuels to cut air pollutants

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