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Turkmen President inaugurates new cotton spinning mill
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Feb '14
A new cotton spinning mill has been inaugurated by President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov in Seydi city, located in the Lebap province of Turkmenistan.
 
The President also commissioned a cotton spinning mill after the completion of the renovation work in Turkmenabat city, also in Lebap province.
 
The two cotton spinning mills will create 400 new employment opportunities, according to the State News Agency of Turkmenistan.
 
Both the construction of the cotton spinning mill in Seydi and reconstruction of the mill in Turkmenabat were carried out by a Turkish company Norsel International at the request of the Ministry of Textile Industry of Turkmenistan. 
 
Speaking at Seydi, the President said the programmes of industrialization implemented by the Government since independence has resulted in the growth of the production of cotton yarn by 17 times and of cotton fabric by eight times.
 
He added that the production and export potential of Turkmenistan’s textile industry will significantly increase due to the two cotton spinning factories becoming operational.
 
“Turkmen textile is remarkable for its high quality and compliance to the international standards. Therefore, it is very popular among consumers. We will continue paying particular attention to the textile industry development,” the President said.
 
The new textile mill in Seydi is equipped with high-performance spinning machinery, manufactured by two leading German companies—Trützschler and Schlafhorst.
 
The mill will process 6,700 tons of cotton fibre and produce 6,000 tons of high-quality Open End 34/1 cotton yarn annually. The major part of the produced goods will be exported to the foreign markets. 
 
The renovated Turkmenabat cotton spinning mill has efficient and high-performance spinning state-of-the-art equipment produced by the Pieter Swiss manufacturers. It has automated life-support systems for creating comfortable conditions for factory workers. Additionally, a dormitory has also been built on the factory premises to attract young qualified specialists and create optimal living conditions.
 
The mill will process 4,500 tons of cotton fibre and produce 4,000 tons of high-quality Open End 34/1 cotton yarn annually. The major part of the produced goods will be exported to the foreign markets as well.
 

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