The purpose of the visit is to provide the young generation with a better understanding of the work environment in the textile and apparel industry.
Guided by our Management Trainees, the students were introduced to Esquel’s intricate supply chain processes and services. “The entire manufacturing process for a piece of clothing is mind-blowingly complex! I don’t think I will throw my unwanted clothing away anymore, but will donate them instead,” said one of the students.
They were most impressed by what Esquel has done to improve the work environment and the well-being of workers. Towards the end of the tour, our management trainees shared their thoughts on career development and job rotation experience in Esquel.
2013 marks the seventh year Esquel participated in the Chamber’s popular Business-School partnership.
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