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Tayal textile factory in Algeria starts exports to Turkey
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Jun '18
Courtesy: Tayal
Courtesy: Tayal
Algeria’s largest textile factory, the Algerian-Turkish company Tayal, recently announced it has started exporting its cotton yarn products to Turkey. Two containers weighing 25 tonnes were shipped last week from the port of Oran in western Algeria to Turkey, according to a statement by the Algerian ministry of industry and mines.

The first export batch from this plant was possible after its first production phase in March, a Middle east news website reported citing the statement.

Tayal is a joint venture of the Algerian government and the Taypa textile company of the Turkish Tay Group.

The first stage, comprising eight production units, a textile school, will employ 10,000 people. On completion, it is likely to employ 25,000 and annually produce 60 million meters of denim fabric and 30 million pieces of garments.

The second stage includes 10 factories that will produce readymade garments, industrial fibres, denim, and knitted and woven fabrics. (DS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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