Financing company BFI Finance is committed to supporting the development of the textile industry after the implementation of restrictions on community activities (PPKM) due to COVID-19. BFI Finance Business Area Manager for the Semarang area FX Budi Aryanto on the sidelines of the Indonesia Apparel Production Expo (IAPE) exhibition at the Diamond Solo Convention Center, Friday said that PPKM which had been officially removed was an opportunity for economic growth. He said various industrial sectors, including textiles and clothing, began to show their existence. He hopes this sector can recover and become an industry capable of contributing to economic sustainability.
According to him, supporting factors in terms of innovation and technology have also increased, such as digital printing which can print on various types of fabrics and sizes.
"Besides that, industrial machines can be adapted to the needs of industry players to make them more efficient. Moreover, textiles and clothing are everyone's primary commodities, both for domestic and foreign consumption," he said.
In this case, his party seeks to continue to work together to strengthen the clothing production industry ecosystem.
BFI Finance Yogyakarta Branch Product Manager Andi Nugroho said BFI provided support in terms of machine financing services.
"We provide convenience with a five-day fast approval scheme if all the required documents are complete and appropriate, as well as a tenor of up to 36 months," he said.
He hopes that the financing scheme can make a good contribution to the growth of the textile industry and healthy competitiveness.
"Furthermore, the textile industry is expected to recover and become an industry that also influences economic sustainability," he said.