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Businesses in industrial parks basically regain normal capacity

(BGO) – As of August 4, 369 businesses in 6 industrial parks (IP) in Bac Giang province resumed operation, accounting for 100 percent, reported the provincial IP Management Board (IPMB).

Head of the provincial IPMB Dao Xuan Cuong said amid the difficulties caused by Covid-19 pandemic, the provincial People’s Committee, relevant departments and sectors have taken efforts to instruct the enterprises to rebuild the production model in attachement with Covid-19 prevention and control task to ensure safe and sustainable production for over two months. The companies basically regain normal capacity just like the period before the pandemic outbreak.

Businesses in industrial parks, regain normal capacity, Bac Giang province, Covid-19 outbreak, resumed operation, safe and sustainable production

Workers at Crystal Martin Vietnam Company Limited come back work at normal capacity as the period before Covid-19 outbreak.

Typically, Siflex Vietnam Company Limited (Quang Chau IP) has called back 95 percent of total workers and exported millions of products to earn revenue of 32 million USD, nearly doubling the figure in May and accounting for 90 percent of April turnover.

Similarly, most of workers came back work at Sanwa Vietnam Company Limited (Dinh Tram IP) to normally produce automobile components for orders of various partners, helping the company gained the the same revenue in July as that of April and much higher figure than that of May.

Several other companies resume 95 -98 percent of normal capacity such as Fuhong Presicion Component Co.,Ltd (Dinh Tram IP); New Wing Vietnam Co.,Ltd, Luxshare – ICT Co.,Ltd (Van Trung IP)...

According to the provincial IPMB, for over 2 months, great efforts have been taken to recover the production, helping recover the industrial production value of local businesses to earn 113 trillion VND, making up 45 percent of yearly target.

 

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