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Ningxia accelerates construction of cashmere textile park
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Dec '13
The Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, in the northwestern region of China, has accelerated the pace of construction of a cashmere textile park at Lingwu, the most important industrial city in the Region, lying within the jurisdiction of the Region’s capital city of Yinchuan.
 
At present, the infrastructure construction at the park is about 80 percent complete, and the construction of the park is in full swing. 
 
Though the construction work began only about a year ago, it caught speed with some well-known companies like the British Hill and Zhejiang Golden Eagle getting involved in the construction of the park.
 
According to industry analysts, Lingwu has become a major distribution centre for cashmere and also a processing base for cashmere products. The purpose of construction of the textile park is to develop high-end products, which would take the industry to new heights, by further optimizing the industrial structure and accelerating the development of high-end cashmere products, leading to a sustained and healthy development of Lingwu cashmere industry.
 
Once the main project is completed, Ningxia will become the world’s largest production base of cashmere yarn, as well as the largest base for production of worsted wool fabric, according to experts.
 
The project has a scope to have full integration of the entire industry value chain, including spinning, weaving, knitting and garment making within the industrial park.
 

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