INDONESIA: South Korean firm plans $200m textile plant
South Korea-based textile and garment manufacturer Sae-A Trading Co Ltd is reported to be building a US$200m textile plant in Jatiluhur, West Java, to support its expansion in the Indonesian market.
The plant, which occupies a 60-hectare site, will have dying and knitting units and could ultimately employ up to 15,000 workers, according to The Jakarta Post.
Sae-A already operates two factories in Indonesia, the paper said, as well as facilities in Latin America, North America and throughout Asia, including in Vietnam and Indonesia.
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