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Fushun Apparel Park to be operational by year-end
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Apr '11
China Fushun textile and garment industrial park is expected to take a shape by the end of this year. By that time, work for the first phase of the park will start showing results and initial operations will begin.

With an investment of about 500 million Yuan, the construction work for the park has been started from September 2010.

Located in Fushun town, Zigong County of Sichuan province, the park is divided into two phases. In the first phase, the construction has taken place on 600 Mu (one hectare=15 Chinese Mu).

In the first phase, a wholesale market with 4,500-5,000 clothing stores and a garment processing zone containing 150-200 garment factories has been built.

In addition to that, construction of a comprehensive service area containing logistics, catering, business hotels, office buildings, staff quarters, supermarket, a car parking of about 20,000 square meters and other infrastructural facilities have been included in the first phase.

The second phase will commence with a long-term planning. In the second phase, 8,000-10,000 stores and 800-1,000 garment factories will be built on a 1,500 Mu area.

With a clear vision for the future, Fushun textile and garment industrial park will be converted into a national specialized clothing industrial park in five years.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - China

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