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Quliang Garment Park sets high labour standards
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Apr '11
Quliang Garment Industrial Park in Xinmi city is on expansion mode and more than 2,000 members of the Market Union of Chinese Textile and Apparel Enterprise Groups will settle there to take the benefits of new opportunities.

Vice President of Market Union, Qin Jian Hua recently gave such indications. Its annual sales of products are expected to cross 300 million Yuan mark too.

In recent years, Quliang Garment Industrial Park has witnessed tremendous growth earning reputation of "Zhengzhou Pants Town" and "Chinese trousers Town ". After this movement the park will get a new identity too. It will be known as Henan's card in China as well as all over the World.

The industrial park attracts Chinese textile and garment industrial groups in a big way as it has an edge as it provides some exclusive benefits to them.

It has created an A-level nationwide clothing wholesale market in Zhegnzhou Pants Town. It provides a big sales and marketing platform integrating resources of small and medium textile and garment enterprises of the country. Now, with expansion of the park, the benefits will be multiplied.

At present, Zhengzhou Pants Town has more than 20,000 employees and they earn 1,500 to 5,000 Yuan monthly as wages. In addition to monthly wages, they avail some exclusive benefits too. They have been provided various insurance covers including old-age insurance, medical insurance and unemployment insurance. The recruited staff gets free meals at Zhengzhou Pants Town hotel.

They have been provided financial assistance as well as subsidies to have their own homes. The employees who purchase 120 square meters of house get 30 percent housing fund subsidy. They need to pay only 30,000 Yuan as a down payment for their own houses. Their children are provided free nursery and primary school education too.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - China


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