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Guangyuan Park to produce apparel for UK firm
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Nov '13
The Guangyuan Textile and Apparel Technology Industrial Park, the construction of which is not yet fully completed, would be producing clothing items for a leading British enterprise.
 
The textile and apparel park is located in Guangyuan, a prefecture-level city in Sichuan province of China. The entire park is planned to be built on a total of 4,000 acres of land with a total investment of about 50-60 billion yuan.
 
Of the 1.8 billion yuan investment planned on infrastructure, an investment of 1.3 billion yuan has already been completed.
 
Once the park is completely constructed, it would be able to house 30-50 home textiles and garment enterprises, with the annual output value reaching 100 billion yuan, and providing jobs to more than 30,000 people in a city built on an area of more than 3 sq km.
 
The production of clothing items for the UK firm is expected to begin by late next year. For the purpose, three machines would be installed which would have a capacity to produce over 6,000 pieces of trousers, and would create employment opportunity for over 1,500 people.
 
The park’s SME incubator building was opened in October this year, and sewage treatment plant, with a wastewater treatment capacity of 100,000 tons, is expected to be completed soon.
 

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