Shavkat Mirziyoyev visits Indenim Textile cluster

Shavkat Mirziyoyev visits Indenim Textile cluster

Tashkent, The Gulf Observer: President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev inspected the activities of the textile enterprise of the Indenim Textile cluster in the city of Termez.

This venture was launched in 2019, with a total project cost of more than US$10 million. Thanks to advanced technologies and equipment from Germany, Japan, Turkey and China, a capacity has been created to produce 9 million units of clothing of 800 types per year. Some of the products are exported, and the main part is supplied to the domestic market, to Indenim stores.

The President got acquainted with the work process and products of the enterprise.

Our country has enough textile raw materials, and the quality of products is improving. However, our design school is not sufficiently developed. Nowadays fashion is changing rapidly in the world. In order for our clothing enterprises to be competitive, it is necessary to develop a design school,” said Shavkat Mirziyoyev.

In this regard, instruction was given to improve the quality of personnel training and to send specialists to improve their experience in countries with advanced design schools, for example, Italy. The need to study and forecast the market and provide assistance to entrepreneurs in this matter was also emphasized.

The enterprise operates a monocenter where employees are trained. Today the company employs 800 women.

The Indenim Textile cluster has created a chain for growing and processing cotton, producing yarn, sewing and selling clothes. These facilities employ 9,000 people.

The President was told about the future plans of the enterprise. In the future, it is planned to increase the volume of spinning and dyeing of fabrics and clothing production. A total of US$55 million is planned to be invested for these purposes. As a result, another 10 thousand new jobs are expected to be created.

This concluded the trip of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev to the Surkhandarya region, and the head of state returned to Tashkent.