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Stake Holder : Textile Industry Needs Fundamental Changes


The West Java Indonesian Textile Association (API) said the waste that pollutes the Cimeta River does not necessarily come from the textile industry. Public Relations of West Java API Nia Alamanda said the responsibility for waste is not only on the textile industry, but also on other companies. "Based on the information we got, the task force also intervened in the waste research, so it is not certain that the waste came from the textile industry, let alone intentionally dumping waste in the Cimeta river and harming the surrounding environment," Nia said, Friday (3/6).


PT Trisula Textile Industries Tbk (“BELL”), an issuer of quality fabrics, uniforms, and fashion products, will expand this year. BELL will add about 10 points of its retail sales under the JOBB and Jack Nicklaus brands. The addition of this point of sale is one of BELL's strategies to increase turnover and expand the BELL retail market network in 2022. The retail segment's performance in the first quarter of 2022 posted positive results with revenue of Rp24.3 billion and an increase of 38.8% compared to the first quarter of 2021. BELL is optimistic that the performance of this retail segment will continue to improve until H1-2022, especially with the momentum of Hari Raya in Quarter II-2022.


The Central Java Provincial Government has taken concrete steps to create a quality workforce for companies through training at the local Textile and Footwear Industry Center for Industry and Trade. Workers who have been given training are guaranteed to be 100 percent accepted to work in companies, especially in the textile and footwear sector. Head of the Central Java Province Disperindag, Arif Sambodo said that the Textile and Footwear Industry Center had been established since 2008 and trained more than 51,800 workers. And 65 percent of them are placed in companies, while the rest open a home-based convection business.