Turkmenistan’s Turkmenabat Sewing Factory exceeds production plan

Business Materials 11 January 2021 12:11 (UTC +04:00)
Turkmenistan’s Turkmenabat Sewing Factory exceeds production plan

BAKU, Azerbaijan, January 11

By Jeila Aliyeva - Trend:

The Turkmenabat Sewing Factory of Turkmenistan manufactured products worth 46.6 million Turkmen manat ($13.3 million) over the past year instead of the 35.5 million manat ($10.1 million) set by the production plan, Trend reports with reference to the Business Turkmenistan information portal.

The Turkmenabat Garment Factory exceeded the production plan by 31 percent.

During the year, the factory produced more than 1,500 school bags, as well as more than 464,000 protective face masks.

Turkmenistan plans to allocate more than $300 million for the implementation of over than 30 projects in the textile industry by 2025.

Due to the above-mentioned investments, the manufacture of commercial products will grow 1.2 times in Turkmenistan over these years. Also, the implementation of the planned measures will allow the textile industry of Turkmenistan to carry out constant technical and technological re-equipment of existing and creation of new high-tech industries.

Major investments will be directed not only to expanding existing capacities, but also to creating more than 10 new production facilities based on existing enterprises that use modern technologies for the manufacture of environmentally friendly products.

In general, over the years of independence, about $2 billion were invested in the construction of new and reconstruction of existing textile enterprises.

There are more than 70 enterprises in the industry, including large textile, cotton spinning and weaving industries, clothing factories, silk processing enterprises, shoe factories, factories for primary processing of leather and wool.

Cooperation with foreign companies and international financial institutions that ensure the growth and further development of the textile industry in Turkmenistan. With the participation of foreign companies, 13 modern textile plants were put into operation, where the manufacture of products that meet the most modern requirements of international quality, management and marketing standards was established.

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