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PT Trisula International Tbk (TRIS), an integrated apparel provider, continues to encourage the potential of the garment export market. In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, the company managed to export 1.7 million pieces of clothing.

The issuer codenamed TRIS has won the trust of customers, both domestic and overseas, so that it continues to receive garment orders even in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Santoso Widjojo, President Director of TRIS, said that until June 2021, TRIS received export orders for garment products, such as jackets, trousers, and shirts through its subsidiary PT Trisco Tailored Apparel Manufacturing.

"During this Covid-19 pandemic, we are grateful that we still have the trust of our customers who continue to place orders, one of which is jackets, trousers, and shirts through our subsidiaries," he explained.

Currently, TRIS's export market has reached Australia, Europe, UK, and Singapore. It is hoped that the economy will recover quickly so that various activities and operations can run well again.

From the beginning of 2021 to June 2021, TRIS received export orders for jackets, trousers, and shirts with a total order of around 1.7 million pieces.

Where for its own contribution to the sales of PT Trisco Tailored Apparel Manufacturing for jackets by 26 percent, trousers by 47 percent, and shirts by 7 percent. This is driven by TRIS' expertise in customized orders so that TRIS prioritizes quality and customer loyalty.

Not only relying on exports, TRIS through its subsidiary PT Trisula Textile Industries Tbk (BELL) is also expanding the domestic market through uniform products. Therefore, it is hoped that the composition between exports and domestic TRIS will continue to be balanced.

TRIS has also diversified its products by making Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) clothing, in the form of hazmat clothes that have received distribution permits from the Ministry of Health, non-medical masks, and other medical garments. Similar to other garment products, TRIS PPE products have also been exported and distributed to various regions in Indonesia.

In the future, TRIS will continue to strive to produce quality products through our ability to customize orders and continue to maintain the satisfaction of TRIS customers.

"We hope that the pandemic can recover soon so that economic conditions will also improve, as we continue to look for opportunities to expand the market and improve TRIS's performance in the future," said Santoso.