Tex­tiles Ex­pand Ex­port Hori­zons

Uzbekistan Today (English) - - REGIONS -

In the city of Ahangaran, Tashkent re­gion, the tex­tile com­pany Trend Tex, spe­cial­iz­ing in the pro­duc­tion of chil­dren’s and women’s clothes, has started its work.

Ahangaran is one of the ma­jor in­dus­trial cen­ters of the re­gion, there are more and more en­ter­prises pro­duc­ing and ex­port­ing fin­ished prod­ucts from lo­cal raw ma­te­ri­als.

“Based on the pri­or­i­ties set by the Pres­i­dent of our coun­try dur­ing his trip to the Tashkent re­gion this Jan­uary, a spe­cial pro­gram was de­vel­oped to or­ga­nize new fa­cil­i­ties in the city,” said N. Nur­bayev, the first deputy mayor of the city of Ahangaran for eco­nomic de­vel­op­ment and en­trepreneur­ship. “In ac­cor­dance with the pro­gram, 11 projects will be im­ple­mented this year, more than 1,800 new jobs will be cre­ated. To date, two projects have al­ready been re­al­ized, in­clud­ing the Trend Tex project.”

It is planned that 80% of the en­ter­prise’s out­put will be ex­ported. It is equipped with mod­ern sewing ma­chines; there are sewing, iron­ing and pack­ing shops. At the en­ter­prise 180 per­sons are pro­vided with work, for them all nec­es­sary con­di­tions are cre­ated.

“Un­der the project, the com­pany is de­signed for 500 em­ploy­ees,” said the man­ager of af­fairs M. Ab­du­rahi­mov. “With in­creas­ing pro­duc­tion vol­umes, these va­can­cies will be filled. At present, un­or­ga­nized youth, those in need, and the un­em­ployed have been hired. In par­tic­u­lar, five peo­ple from low-in­come fam­i­lies and three with a dis­abil­ity are em­ployed.”

In the sewing com­plex, a cozy din­ing room, hot meals and trans­port ser­vices are or­ga­nized for work­ers and staff.

“I grad­u­ated from col­lege with a pro­fes­sion as a tai­lor-de­signer,” says the young seam­stress N.Kur­banalieva. “There are many seam­stresses of my age in our ma­halla. There­fore, the open­ing of the en­ter­prise was very use­ful. I am happy that I work in my pro­fes­sion.”

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