Play Market Completes Acquisition of Denim Manufacturing Factory
GREAT NECK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / July 20, 2021 / Play Market a subsidiary of Universal Power Industry Corporation (OTC PINK:UPIN) today reports that it has completed the previously announced acquisition of Guangzhou Fang Ya Denim Co., Ltd. a denim manufacturing factory.
The factory is located within the Guangdong Province a coastal province in South China on the north shore of the South China Sea. Guangdong is a Special Economic Zone designated by the country to attract foreign investment with special tax incentives for companies that export their products.
Along with financial incentives offered by the government, Guangdong offers a large pool of experienced labor and the largest economy of any other province with easy access to shipping. Play Market estimates with its own denim manufacturing facility and controls, along with other potential new avenues of revenue coming online, the company estimates the acquisition will increase volume and the bottom line of between sixteen and eighteen percent.
'The company is pleased that we have finally been able to close this acquisition. The acquisition fits in with our growth plans going forward. With this acquisition our company will now have complete control of its denim manufacturing, scheduling, shipping, and cost controls.' Said Tony Chiu, President.
Mr. Chiu also stated, "The company is seeking another manufacturing facility in China and or Vietnam for the production of other non-denim product lines."
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