Pakistani denim jeans manufacturer sales a record units in UK market, On Tuesday, British High Commissioner Christian Turner announced that a Pakistani company had sold 9.3 million jeans in the UK in 2019.
High Commissioner Turner tweeted the photos of seams and the preparation of jeans in the company. He wrote, “9.3 million jeans were launched in 2019. 30 million worldwide.
9.3 million pairs of jeans👖sold to 🇬🇧 market in 2019; 30m worldwide. Fantastic to visit US Group, an exemplar for 🇵🇰 export-led growth & sustainability. pic.twitter.com/4FXA9LwAzA— Christian Turner (@CTurnerFCDO) February 17, 2021
The American group is a great place to visit, an example of export-oriented growth and sustainability. According to reports, a Pakistani textile mill called US Group had record sales of fabrics worldwide in 2019.
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The company is based in Lahore and has been operating since the mid-1980s. The textile factory makes jeans. The US group is ranked as Pakistan’s largest denim exporter in the country Turner believes that other companies can expand their exports to the West by following the business models of the American companies.
Meanwhile, the textile sector has grown exponentially since last year, in part due to downsizing in European countries, leading to business closures and reduced competition.
The Prime Minister Trade and Investment Adviser, Abdul Razak Dawood, has assured that the issues facing the textile sector will be addressed earlier this month in a virtual meeting with Prime Minister Khan and the federal cabinet.
Speaking at the meeting, the adviser said the government would try to address the issues facing the textile industry. Associations representing the textile industry urged Mr. Dawood to abolish all taxes and fees through the presidential decree and allow duty-free imports of cotton yarn, the main textile industry with added value for raw materials.
Associations representing the textile industry urged Mr. Dawood to abolish all taxes and fees at the behest of the President and to allow duty-free imports of cotton yarn, the main textile industry with added value for raw materials.
The participants also called on the government to ban the export of cotton yarn of at least 30 pieces by June 2021 to ensure the availability of standard yarn for the export sector, so that orders can be fulfilled without inconvenience.