AEPC urges government to keep factories free from lockdowns, Retail News, ET Retail

Davida Erdahl

New Delhi, Clothing exporters human body AEPC on Monday expressed issue around feasible imposition of lockdowns owing to a resurgence in coronavirus bacterial infections and urged the government to preserve factories free of charge from limitations. “The marketplace, which supports around thirteen million workers directly and a lot of much more indirectly, in rural and backward regions and mainly comprises MSMEs (Micro, Modest & Medium Enterprises), will be seriously impacted by the disruption if the lockdown is once more imposed in the factories,” AEPC (Clothing Export Advertising Council) Chairman A Sakthivel explained.

He explained that all factories have been getting stringent actions and adhering to demanding well being protocols and the exporters are keen to observe even much more demanding security actions but would want to stay clear of even partial lockdowns.

“It is requested that the get the job done at the factories are not disrupted by lockdown and

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