A publicly listed Indonesian property developer plans to turn Kendal in Central Java into a “fashion city”.
Jababeka president director S D Darmono said the company will build a textile complex in the city to provide space for textile and clothing manufacturers to develop their businesses.
A bonded warehouse is also expected to be set up near the complex, functioning as a location to stockpile raw materials for clothing manufacture.
In partnership with Singapore-based Sembawang, Jababeka is set to start construction of the fashion city in the middle of this year on a 100-hectare site.
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