Fabric companies are facing a new test in the “post-pandemic era”

May 20, 2020  |  by Zhao xh

In order to create new profits in the “post-pandemic era”, some enterprises have chosen to switch production of pandemic prevention materials, hoping to develop a broader market.
What is the situation of the fabric printing and dyeing enterprises switching production of pandemic prevention supplies?
The production capacity of masks has increased rapidly, and the proportion of dyed enterprises transferring to production is not high. 
Relevant surveys show that the proportion of fabric companies that seem to be closely related to the production of masks are not as high as expected in the switching production of pandemic prevention products.
A few days ago, the China Dyeing and Printing Association conducted a special survey on the situation of the conversion of more than 150 member companies to the production of anti-pandemic protective products. Among the companies participating in the survey, only 13 companies indicated that their own enterprises or affiliated enterprises had switched production of pandemic prevention materials.
According to a survey by the China Dyeing and Printing Association, the reason why most fabric companies do not switch production of anti-pandemic materials focuses on the shortage of raw materials; the price of mask machines has also risen sharply, in addition, the difficulty in qualification approval is also one of the reasons.
Looking forward to the introduction of supporting policies, insisting the main business
According to a survey conducted by the China Dyeing and Printing Industry Association, the fabric dyeing and printing enterprises that have been converted to production in the current production have shortages of raw materials, difficulty in approval, and tight funding. Hope that relevant departments can coordinate raw material market supply and prices. In response to problems such as tight capital chains, enterprises hope that the government can issue relevant fiscal and taxation policies, such as obtaining government financial support funds and increasing working capital loans to help physical enterprises overcome difficulties. Risks and opportunities coexist. During the reporter’s interview, some companies also revealed that the profit of producing masks is higher than the profit of the previous fabric business.






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