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Vinatex to Begin Building New Factory in Quang Nam, Vietnam

The Vietnam National Textile and Garment Group, Vinatex, will begin building its new textile and garment factory in the Quang Nam Province of Vietnam on March 25, 2015.

According to Vietnamese news site, Baodautu, the group has invested 1.14 billion dong ($52,930) into the new facility, which will stretch across 20 hectares in the Que Son district. It will include 3,000 spindles, which are expected to produce 4,600 tons of material each year, a fabric dying area with a capacity of 5,000 tons per year and 20 production lines that will produce 20-25 million knit products annually.

Vinatex also built a sewage treatment plant to treat 5,000 cubic meters of water per day.

When the factory is completed, it will not only provide raw materials for the textile industry in Quang Nam, but for other provinces in the country as well including, Da Nang, Phu Yen and Ha Tinh, which will help the country meet its social consumption and export needs.

The new facility will also create jobs for roughly 2,000 workers in Que Son and the United States, with a monthly salary of 4.5 million dong ($209).