Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
There are total 146 job opportunities in Textile Industry till today 20 July 2019. Textile Industry few new vacancies are in city Karachi, Pakistan. You can view Textile Industry July 2019 all latest job opportunities online for Punjab, Sindh, KPK, Balochistan, AJK from all major cities including Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad, Multan, Hyderabad, Quetta, Faisalabad, Gujranwala, Gujrat etc.
Textile industry is concerned with designing and production of clothing, yarn, and their distribution in the market. In the manufacturing of fabric and cloth, the raw material of cotton thread and cotton are used. There are about five stages of manufacturing of cotton, in which cultivating and harvesting, spinning yarn, weaving giving fabrics and finishing giving textiles. The textile industry is established in various big cities in Pakistan like Faisalabad, Lahore, Karachi, Sheikhupura and various other cities. The fabric quality of Pakistani textile industry has great quality and it is provided to the clients at the reasonable rates. The high quality fabric is exported to other countries to earn good profit over it. In the textile industry, the fabric is weaved in different styles and the fine quality raw material is used. There is big revolution in the textile industry, when good quality fabric is prepared and the fabrics for the men, women dresses and the good quality fabric is used in preparing shirts and pants or the western wear dresses. Now the universities have started advanced programs for the manufacturing and designs of the fabric in the attractive designs and colors.
|Dera Ismail Khan||Mianwali|
|Kohat||Dera Ghazi Khan|
I'm waiting for my ba result
SIR PLEACE I NEED A THIS JOB I AM ELECTRICIAN AND EXCAVATOR SHAWAL AND LIFTER OPERATOR I AM HARD WOR
I have 3year diploma in electrical engineering
To be a part of team who seeks both excellence and a strong desire to succeed in achieving the goals
Salam my name is ziaullah khan from Pakistan kpk distrec swat I need job my qualifications continue