President gets acquainted with the technological process at new enterprises

The textile industry is one of the drivers of the economy of Andijan region. There are 700 textile enterprises in the region.

Among them is a sewing enterprise in the city of Andijan, organized by the LLC Dinar Group.

The abandoned building was sold at zero cost for a $10 million project. A modern enterprise appeared here in just seven months.

The company has sewing and painting equipment from Italy, Austria and Turkey. A thousand people have been employed. The production capacity is 3.5 million units of finished knitwear and 5 thousand tons of semi-finished products per year.

Wide opportunities have opened up for the enterprise after Uzbekistan joined the EU’s GSP+ program. The entire volume of its products is exported. More than 50 types of semi-finished products and more than 100 types of ready-made knitwear are produced here on foreign orders. The company intends to increase its annual export to $40 million.

The Diromm factory in Andijan is one of the successful examples of the effectiveness of economic policy for the rational use of empty structures. Its building was built in the 80s of the last century. It was not used for a long time and came to an abandoned state.

Thanks to the investments of LLC Bobur KhBK for $33.5 million, the appearance of the building has completely changed. It was overhauled and equipped with modern equipment from France, Germany, Italy, Japan and Turkey. Currently, 1.5 thousand people work here. After reaching full capacity, 2.7 thousand people will be employed.

The company produces 200 types of denim products. All the processes from dyeing fabrics to sewing products are based on modern technologies.

The factory also supplies all products for export. The goal is to supply $25 million worth of products to the foreign market a year.

The President got acquainted with the technological process at new enterprises, examined product samples. Officials were instructed to support enterprises in expanding their activities.