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WuSu new leap and 100000 pieces of ring spun a phase I project to the end of December Textile information - Textile net - Textile integrated service provider

by:Chengyi     2020-06-24
This year, wusu continue to increase the intensity of textile and garment industry support, from the enterprises registered to completed and put into operation, actively provide water, electricity, warm, road and so on various aspects of infrastructure, actively implement the national and autonomous regions textile industry preferential policy. A good location advantage and transportation advantage, attracts a lot of textile and garment enterprises settled in wusu, WuSu new embellish and textile co. , LTD. , with a total investment of 1. 800 million yuan 100000 ingot ring spun a phase of the project has been completed, into the trial production stage, the end of December will be formally put into production. At the end of April, 2017, WuSu new leap and textile co. , LTD. , a phase of the annual output of 100000 pieces of ring spun the project construction, plant construction area of 37000 square meters. Enterprises enjoy low prices, with industry to create more employment opportunities. Expect after formally put into production, annual output value in one hundred million yuan, pull the local employment from 350 to 400. , wusu as an important cotton producing area of xinjiang, strongly depends on WuSu and surrounding areas rich in oil, chemical industry resources, with cotton and biological base fiber as raw materials, relying on cathay ( WuSu) Chemical industrial park, actively promote fiber integration process, chemical fiber industry chain, to further enhance the level of textile and apparel industry of science and technology development, textile and chemical fiber base. At present, wusu 18 home textile enterprises, spinning production capacity of 830000, drive the employment of more than 3800 people.
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