Chairman of the company, Sun Weiting, said the factories were not only textile producing facilities, but took pride in a fashion designing, developing platform and intelligent and digital machines for developing environmentally-friendly textiles. The textile mill is owned by Huafu Fashion Co. Ltd., the world's largest supplier of melange yarn, which is based in east China's Zhejiang Province.
The company has also invested 2.5 billion yuan to build a dyeing industrial park in Aksu, which is designed with a capacity for dyeing and printing 100,000 tonnes of cotton yarn a year. The world's largest textile mill for spinning colored yarn was launched on Saturday in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Built with an investment of 5 billion yuan (735 million U.S. dollars), the mill in Aksu, southern Xinjiang, will see 1 million spindles installed by the end of the year.
As of 2017, there are more than 2,700 registered textile companies in Xinjiang, which have provided jobs for more than 350,000 local residents, as of 2017. Huafu has 5,333 hectares of cotton growing fields in Xinjiang. Its annual cotton trade and logistic volume has reached 500,000 tonnes.
Xinjiang has attracted major textile companies from east and south China to set up branches and factories, as the largest cotton grower in China. Aksu, Kashgar and Hotan in southern Xinjiang are major producers of cotton. Aksu's long-staple cotton output accounts for 93 percent of the country's total.
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