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Garments training institute to be set up in Pakistan
23
Mar '17
Arrangements are being made to establish the Pakistan Readymade Technical Training Institute (PRITI) that will require an investment of Rs 125 million. Efforts are being carried out to select a suitable site in central area for the institute, which will produce trained workforce for stitching, quality control, pattern designing and sewing machine mechanics.

Training will be separately provided to male and female workforce at the institute, said Ijaz A Khokhar, chairman of Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association (PRGMEA) while addressing media persons.

He also said that PRITI will be helpful for exporters dealing in readymade garments industry for employing trained workforce and improve productivity as well as overall quality of the products.

Speaking about the Sialkot industry, Khokhar said that close to 50 units in the area produce Martial Arts uniforms, while about 100 units manufacture tracksuits and sportswear. (KD)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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