Constructed by Hemera Group of Companies, the integrated textile mill currently employs 200 people, and within the coming months would create employment for 600 people, said chairman of Hemera Group Khalil El.
According to the chairman, the textile mills were constructed with a budget of 10 million Turkish liras and utilized Japanese advanced technology and the most modern equipments for manufacturing garment fabrics and clothing products that meet with the customers’ standards in the UK.
The factory incorporates environmentally friendly equipments and modern technology, including treatment plants that recycle all the factory waste, he added.
Mr. Khalil El also informed that the factory also includes equipments such as a modern fabric cutting tools, printing units, embroidery units, sewing machineries, and also a well established quality control system to ensure quality products that could increase the export capacity from the Mardin province.
The integrated textile mill aims to reduce the rate of unemployment, which is high in Mardin, by ensuring employment to women as well, he added.
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