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[Cut into the warehouse, no work to do! Years ago, the order was exhausted, and the printing and dyeing factory business was miserable!]
Release date:[2020/3/10] Read a total of[76]time

Affected by the pneumonia epidemic, the start of the textile industry was generally delayed this year, but the shutdown did not completely hinder sales, especially near the point of return to work. Grey cloth sales and fabric exchanges have already been in full swing. Grey cloth factories often report that the grey cloth is selling well, and the dyeing factory also keeps selling out news. In the entire textile market, a long-lost peak season, some grey fabrics and dyeing fees have begun to move, and it has the meaning of rising.


But this wave of high hopes did not allow the textile people's confidence to continue. Orders have not been received, dyeing factories have dwindled sharply, and the entire textile market seems to have reached the edge of the off-season.


Cut into the warehouse, no work to do


As a "barometer" of the textile market, dyeing factories are extremely sensitive to the number of orders on the market. There were more orders, and trucks crowded with various grey fabrics squeezed the detonation and dyeing factory; the orders were small, and there was a lot of open space in the grey fabric warehouse. However, in the short period of more than half a month since the resumption of work, the vast majority of dyeing factories have experienced back and forth switching between more and less orders.


At the beginning of the resumption of work, due to the shortage of workers, most of the customers have not yet entered the working state, and the dyeing factory orders are lacking. However, as the workers returned, various backlogs of orders were issued years ago, and the factory quickly ushered in a warehouse outage. But the dyeing factory has not been busy for a long time, and the number of orders has begun to fall sharply.


A person in charge of a dyeing factory recently introduced to us that when the work was resumed, the dyeing factory entered a warehouse of about 1 million meters per day. Under normal circumstances, the factory can digest about 600,000 meters a day. But because the workers have not returned, the production capacity of the dyeing plant is only 60-70%, so the entire production workshop is extremely busy. However, this state lasted less than a week, and now the warehouse has been lowered to more than 400,000 meters per day. In addition, most of the workers in the factory have returned, and the production capacity has basically recovered. This amount is no longer sufficient for production.


It is only half a month from busy to no work to do. Of course, these are still due to the backlog of orders being consumed quickly, but subsequent orders cannot be followed up in time.


Reduced orders and increased costs


The domestic pneumonia epidemic ravages the domestic textile market and severely restricts the release of foreign trade orders. The sharp decline in the warehouse entry of the dyeing factory is not only a manifestation of the decrease in the orders of textile traders, but also reflects that the weaving and the entire finishing market will enter a state of lack of orders.


At the beginning of construction, the entire textile industry was extremely scarce, and governments and enterprises around the world tried to do something to help workers return to work. But now that the workers are returning to work, the orders in various factories are difficult to sustain, and some factories will soon have a surplus of workers. Decrease in orders, factory revenues have decreased, but as workers have returned, labor costs have rapidly recovered, and various types of factories are under great pressure.


Active reduction of production capacity may be the next common operation of textile factories to reduce production costs. Workers will also change from scarcity to surplus. Reduced shifts, increased vacations, and reduced income may occur one after another. To some extent, it will also affect some subsequent workers' rework Enthusiasm.


Under the influence of the pneumonia epidemic, the textile market after the year did not show much dazzling performance. The short bust caused by the backlog of orders is fleeting, and it has not pushed the textile market to the height that textile people want. But not everyone in the market is pessimistic about the current textile market.


"The current market is really bad and may not be as good as last year. But it may also be a good thing, because the bleak market will eliminate a group of competitors, especially those who run businesses on loans. When there are fewer competitors in the market, Natural business is easy to do, and there is no need to compete at low prices, and profits are guaranteed, but it will be difficult during this time, "said a weaver owner.


The textile off-season market has not changed due to the outbreak of short-term orders. Although textiles in the off-season have lower orders and lower income, once it passes, it may be a peak season with less competition and rising profits.


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