MGMA to assist ease of import licence for CMP export development

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The manufacturing lines of workers in the CMP garment industry.

Myanmar Garment Manufacturers Association announces that it will assist in the ease of import licences for necessary inputs for raising the CMP garment export sector.
Under the guidance of the CSS Taskforce secretary, MGMA submitted a letter requesting information to help facilitate the licensing process for importing necessary inputs for the CMP sector to all its member factories and companies on 14 February.
The letter says MGMA would assist in facilitating import licences for necessary inputs such as spare parts, lubricants and chemicals used in CMP garment factories in order to be efficient with the CMP export sector. MGMA members will need to fill out requirements, which are set according to factories, in an Excel sheet and submit a soft copy to [email protected] by 4 pm, 16 February. MGMA has already sent an Excel file to its member factories’ respective Admin and HR mails. — MT/ZS

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