MEXICO: Taiwan Textile Firm To Open Factory In Mexico
Tai Yuen Textile Co, a core affiliate of the Yulon Group, plans to establish an integrated knitted fabric factory in Mexico, with the NAFTA (the North American Free Trade Agreement) area to be the target market With planned investment of NT$500m to NT$1bn, the integrated factory will spin, weave, dye, and finish the yarn fabric. The factory will have an annual spinning capacity of 1.2 million kilograms of yarn and a dying/finishing capacity of 3.6 million kilograms, generating estimated revenue of NT$1.5bn-NT$2bn a year.
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