Prime Minister visits the factory for clothing


Prime Minister visits the factory for clothing

The Prime Minister, Mr. Moataz Mousi Abdullah, visited on Thursday, November 1, 2018, a wall factory for military and civilian clothing, accompanied by the Minister of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Mr. Ahmed Saad Omar, and the Minister of Industry and Trade. Musa Karama, Governor of the Central Bank of Sudan d. Mohammed Khair Al-Zubair, Minister of State in the Council of Ministers Mr. Tarek Haj Ali, Omar Mohammed Saleh Secretary General of the Council of Ministers, and Undersecretary of the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

The Prime Minister and the accompanying delegation met in the stages of producing high quality garments according to the latest technologies and devices based on the Sudanese cotton, and know the production capacity of the factory which produces (6) thousand to wear it a day with the size of local workers (1000) workers, The Prime Minister briefed ministers on the efforts of the Sur factory in producing military and civilian clothing of high quality and exporting it to a number of African countries and countries of the Middle East. His Excellency and his accompanying delegation listened to a report on the future planned opportunities in addition to his plan to expand and establish new factories In Sudan during the coming period.

The Prime Minister emphasized the State's interest in the spinning and weaving sector as one of the important productive sectors that contribute to supporting the national economy and creating job opportunities. He pointed out that the State's general approach focuses on settling the entire textile and textile chain to achieve self-sufficiency and encouraging the export. Prepared a comprehensive study to link cotton production with the strategic textile industry, praising the performance of the Sur factory and its partners from national and Arab institutions.

In a related context, the Prime Minister and his accompanying delegation visited the Kefaya ready-made garments factory where he stopped the efforts of the factory to produce the official clothes of the police forces and clothes for the local market with a total size of 15 thousand to wear it on the day and listened to a detailed explanation about the development plan to increase the volume of production.