(HBO) - In 2020, industrial extension activities have helped Hoa Binh province’s rural industrial production facilities stabilise, expand and bolster operations, foster the industrial sector, economic restructuring and job creation, thereby raising income for local workhands.

A project to facilitate the application of modern machine and equipment in garment-textile has helped An Phuc Garment Export JSC (Hang Tram township, Yen Thuy district) stabilise production.

In 2020, industrial extension activities have helped Hoa Binh province’s rural industrial production facilities stabilise, expand and bolster operations, foster the industrial sector, economic restructuring and job creation, thereby raising income for local workhands.

The centre for industrial extension and industrial development consultation has introduced projects with bailout worth more than 3.86 billion VND (167,430 USD) in the year.

It has also carried out promotion projects with 3.3 trillion VND sourced from the national industrial extension budget and 149.87 million VND from local reciprocal capital. They included those bolstering the application of modern machine in garment-textile, agro-forestry product processing and unbaked brick production, among others.

The centre has launched a project on the application of modern machine in farm produce processing for VIBA Agricultural Company and Lac Thuy Foodstuff Company.

To discover and honour quality products that are able to meet demand of customers at home and abroad, the province last year carried out a project to select its typical rural industrial products in 2020.

Fifteen industrial production establishments in rural areas with 27 products registered to participate. Last October, the provincial People’s Committee recognised 15 products as outstanding provincial-level rural industrial products in the year.

The extension projects have proved effective in encouraging industrial establishments in rural areas to proactively apply advanced equipment in production and improve technology, in an effort to raise quality, value and competitiveness of products, along with expanding markets for those facilities./.

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