Hawassa Industrial Park Earns $114m

July 3 , 2021


Hawassa Industrial Park Earns $114m

The country's largest industrial park has managed to bring in over 114 million dollars in revenue so far this year. Manufacturers at Hawassa Industrial Park, which began operating in January 2017, are mainly engaged in exporting textile and garment products. The Park holds twenty-three textile companies from the US, China, India, and Sri Lanka as well as six local manufacturers. Global brands like Calvin Klein, Levi's and H&M are among those that source products from the 37 factory sheds at the Park. The Park runs a one-stop-shop service centre to avail easy access to government services to investors and employs a Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) system that enables it to recycle 90pc of water disposed of through its sewage system.


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