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Mascot Intl to expand apparel output in Vietnam
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May '11
With an aim to considerably boost its capacity in Vietnam, Mascot International A/S, Denmark's largest producer of formal wear has established a new apparel stitching unit and also introduced new technology in Vietnam.

The Danish producer proposes to shortly raise the number of its employee's in Vietnam by almost two times. as they are experiencing substantial growth in demand, and hence need to enhance their capacity.

Mascot Vietnam's Hai Doung based facility presently employs around 1,100 workers, while expansion of the facility has generated around 300 new job opportunities. Also, with an aim to enhance its efficiency, a high-tech production feeding system, designed by Eton, a Swedish firm, has been installed in the factory.

Mascot Vietnam is Vietnam's first garment producing unit which has invested in such high-tech production systems. Also the firm is set to start another sewing factory in Dai An Industrial Zone in early part of June, 2011.

In order to facilitate an early start, the firm has leased an existing premises measuring 7,000 sq. mt. and presently are making necessary changes to it to make it suitable for their purpose. Production in this unit would commence from June and the company proposes to employ another 1,000 workers here by close of the year.

The firm started its first production unit in Vietnam in 2008, and since then has drawn attention with its highly effective manufacturing systems bearing a capacity to churn out around 1.8 million premium garment pieces per year.

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