Entrepreneurs, who set up a factory on an area of 5 thousand square meters allocated by the Governor’s Office in the town of Sungu, which is connected to the center, contribute to both production and employment.
Mustafa Bilen, one of the business partners, said that they were happy to start production at the factory.
Stating that they market the suits they produce both in the country and abroad, Bilen said:
“We are the only company that produces suits in the Eastern Anatolia Region. We produce 24 thousand suits per month in our company, where 500 people are employed. We send the suits we produce to many cities and to the USA, Netherlands, Germany, Italy and France. Our factory covers an area of 5 thousand square meters. “The land was handed over to us by the Muş Governorship. In this context, we thank our President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and our Governor.”
Earthquake victims are given priority in employment
Elif Bayat, mother of two, who came to Muş from Malatya, which was affected by the earthquake on February 6, explained that her job application was accepted when the factory was established.
Stating that he is happy to work at the factory, Bayat said:
“I contribute to the education of my children with the income I earn. We were seriously affected by the earthquake. Our house was severely damaged. My children were negatively affected because there was a constant earthquake. That’s why we settled in Muş. Textile authorities gave us privileges. We learn new jobs. Without this company, I would have difficulty working. “Work opportunities are limited in Muş. I am a university graduate, but I had a hard time finding a job. I would like to thank the owners of the company for their support.”