The United Arab Company for Industry "Debs" produced 2.880 million meters of fabrics with a total value of 2.722 billion pounds since the beginning of the year until last September, of which more than 514 thousand meters of raw fabrics, 1.3 million meters of bleached fabrics and 322 thousand meters of dyed and colored fabrics. In addition to 744 thousand meters of printed and blended fabrics.
According to the production and marketing report for the first nine months of the company, it showed that the amount of sales amounted to 2,469 million meters of all types of fabrics, with a value of about 1.975 billion liras, of which more than 514 thousand meters of raw fabrics, about 1.296 million meters of exclusive cotton fabrics and 241 thousand meters of fabrics Dyed, colored and 418 thousand meters of blended and printed fabrics.
The general manager of the company, Eng. Hussam Al-Shalha, attributed in a statement to a SANA representative the reason for the decline in the value and quantity of sales for the delay in signing the contracts and entering the implementation phase, in addition to the implementation of contracts for the five-year company and the Latakia fabric, but this will raise the value of sales and revenues to good numbers during the remaining months of the year.
Al-Shalha revealed that the company has successfully completed the stage of producing jeans fabrics and that one of the private sector companies is currently undertaking the dyeing process of these fabrics that it has leased from them, provided that all production and dyeing stages in the Debs Company will be completed at the beginning of next year.
Al-Shalha confirmed the company's endeavor to invest all its available energies to increase production and reduce its cost, calling for the company to support by securing the electric current to ensure that the machines continue to work and not to rely on operating diesel generators that increase production costs in addition to providing them with cadres to fill the shortage of manpower on production lines and secure expert cadres The company includes chemists, technicians and in the field of electronics, and addresses the situation of workers separated into spinning companies and re-obligates the graduates of the Intermediate Institute for Textile Industries to work in public companies.
Al-Shalha pointed to the need to address a number of difficulties facing the company's work, including helping it solve the financial intertwines between it and other public authorities to secure greater financial liquidity, qualify and train the marketing staff, support textile exports, and seek to amend laws and regulations that hinder work to achieve the highest possible economic rent.