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Textile & garment Cos save energy to boost development
25
Jan '08
For the past few years, Vietnamese textile and apparel industry witnessed sharp rise in prices of raw materials, labour and energy, that has been effecting the production seriously. This has become a matter of concern for the manufacturers.

Therefore, since early 2007, several textile and garment companies have employed Energy Saving Systems in their manufacturing units to minimize the energy waste and improve efficiency in production.

Leading companies like Hanosimex in Hanoi, Chau Giang Garment in Hai Phong city and Hung Yen Garment, saved around 20 to 40 percent electricity consumption, by implementing energy saving system for their sewing machines. This in turn has helped in boosting their production and cost competitivness and reduced energy costs.

Apparently, Vietnamese Government is offering financial support to industrial enterprises, who are applying the energy saving system or improving the technology for energy savings.

The textile and garment industry is the leading sector to employ this mechanism in Vietnam.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - Vietnam

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