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TNG Phu Binh starts first phase of garment plant
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Jun '11
The first phase of TNG Phu Binh textile and garment factory, set up in KHa Son Industrial Complex, Phu Binh Dist, Thai Nguyen province of Vietnam, has started functioning. It took 16 months for the completion of the construction of this manufacturing unit spread over 9 hectares.

Speaking about the newly operational unit, Mr. La Anh Thang, the Director of TNG Investment and Trading Joint Stock Co., which is the main investor, said that the first phase of the unit, built at a total cost of about 180 billion dong, has 64 production lines.

He added that all the latest machines and equipments installed in the unit have been procured from Japan and the US, to produce high-class apparel items.

The unit has a capacity to produce 2 million jackets and 1.5 million other garment items per year. The unit will employ more than 2,000 workers at an average monthly salary of 2.2 million dong (US$ 106).

The construction of the second phase of the TNG Phu Binh factory, which will employ another 2,000 workers, has already begun. Manufacturing facilities for bed sheets, blankets and other items for Vietnamese domestic market will be set up in the second phase of the unit.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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