Pearl River Delta Textile Industry Survey: We are looking forward to a better situation

● A few days ago, experienced toy company "Su Yi" and textile company "Ding Jia" suddenly closed down

● Recently received a number of complaints that the factory owner walked away workers can not help pay

●Industry sources say that the cost of textile industry in the toy industry has been shut down due to the "stricken area"

The second cold weather struck?

With the sudden closure of the senior toy company “Su Yi” and textile companies “defining the best”, the fear of once again the “cold flow of manufacturing industry” in Dongguan's corporate circles has filled the entire manufacturing industry. Nearly half a month since the newspaper’s Dongguan news hotline, news of a business failure or workers’ pay talks has more than doubled. According to relevant persons from the Textile Industry Association, 10% of Dongguan's textile companies are overwhelmed by this round of manufacturing difficulties, and even in a short period of time, they are unable to see the signs of a bright future. Whether SMEs will repeat the "cold stream" of 2008? The manufacturing industry is looking forward to the improvement of the situation.

The boss walks away with employees to pay for the manufacturing industry

●A character

Du Dade: Executive of Dalang Hongshida Furniture Company

Du Dade is a senior manager of a furniture factory. At present, he is unemployed. He and his team of more than 30 employees have never been paid. He was in charge of the factory's production and complained to this newspaper, hoping to help him and his next batch of workers to safeguard their rights. At least get the salary you deserve.

Du Dade said that the furniture factory that he works for is regarded as a relatively large factory. The factory area is more than 8,000 square meters. When the number of employees is the largest, it is close to 100, and is usually maintained at about 60 people. It is the most common export-oriented small enterprise in Dongguan. Foreign orders are mainly received from the United States, while domestic ones are supplied by small furniture stores. The previous benefits are still relatively good.

"We have already been in arrears for more than three months," Du Daide told reporters. He is still the deputy general manager of the factory's production, and is considered a top management. But even so, on the issue of arrears of wages, he and the average employee suffered the same.

Du Dade, a native of Nanchong, Sichuan, has worked in the furniture production industry for some years. As a senior executive of Dalang Hongsuda Furniture Co., Da Dade was owed a salary of more than 20,000 yuan for three months. Other employees were owed wages of more than 130,000 yuan. He thought of it here, saying that he was only unlucky.

“This time the owner was walking and the factory was closed. I was a little surprised.” He said that although he had prepared for long-term negotiations with the boss, he did not expect the boss to do so. "Let's wait for him to pay, but at the end, he's gone." He said that on July 11th, the owner resold the factory to someone else and the money was absconded.

He said that he and other middle managers did not expect that the boss would run away and there was no sign of advancement.

Yesterday, he and his employees came to the village committee of the factory to negotiate with them, hoping to solve the problem as soon as possible. The local village committee has also stepped in and has come up with a solution.

“The salaries of ordinary employees have been advanced by the village committees, but the salary of our middle management personnel and others have not yet been obtained.” Du Dade said, “The furniture industry is really not very good this year, and profit margins have shrunk by at least 10%. If the boss is mismanaged, it is easy to have problems.” He said that according to the current situation of his factory, it is still profitable, but why the boss goes wrong and owes wages, he is also a bit puzzled.

● Character II

Mr. Tian: Employees at Brighton Paint Company

At the same time that Du Dade encountered a business failure and joined the payrolls industry, there was Mr. Tian who was a stepper in the "Lingtong Paint Company." Mr. Tian spent 8 years at this paint company, but last week Mr. Tian discovered that even the factory owner Mr. Lu was “missing” and he and his 10 other workers had not paid for more than 2 months.

Mr. Tian came from Hubei and came to Dongguan in 2003 to work at a factory named “Lingtong Paint Company” in Xiabian Village, Liaobu Town. The factory originally used to produce high-grade paints, with more than 40 employees. The benefits of the first few years have been very good. Every month, Mr. Tian can get a wage of two to three thousand yuan. So he used his wife and children a few years ago. All of them received Dongguan, thinking that it would not be too bad for them to be smart enough to work. Just a few days ago, the factory suddenly went bankrupt and he was unemployed.

Mr. Tian, ​​who had worked for 8 years, did not expect that the factory, which had been very profitable, had been laying off staff in the past two years. Last week, Mr. Ichida discovered that even Mr. Lu, the factory owner, was “missing” and that he and the other 10 workers had not paid for more than two months. More than 10 workers began to anxious as ants on the hot pot, and they did not believe that the boss who had been with him for eight years would suddenly disappear.

In desperation, the workers found the village committee and the answer was that the boss “walked”. With the intervention of the labor department, the village committee finally found the land owner. He borrowed more than 100,000 yuan from his family and friends to repay the wages of more than 10 employees. However, it is dramatic that when Mr. Tian went to the labor department to reflect the situation, he even encountered a group of Hubei townsfolk who were forced to rush to the labor bureau because they were owed wages by the boss. "All of them are small factories that do knitting and do toys. They can't think of a fellow villager. They actually knew because of pay talks." Mr. Tian said in a self-deprecating manner.

The day before yesterday, Mr. Tian had left Dongguan to return to his hometown in Hubei. He told reporters on the phone that last week, the land owner had sold his factory to the current owner of Wang because he could not operate. Fearing that old debtors were collecting debts, Wang boss dismissed all the workers and suspended them for three months. “After all, it took eight years and there was affection.” Mr. Tian said that he would return to Dongguan after a period of rest, but he had no hope of returning to the original factory. ”

"Shangyi" went out of business...

"Definitely good" closes

Reporter's investigation: The collapse of senior companies in the two industries caused pessimistic sound

Su Yi: Ever survived the 2008 industry crisis

On July 13, Dongguan Suyi Toys Co., Ltd., located in Hongsheng Industrial Park, Dongshan, Niusulche, was affixed with a paper seal by the court. At this moment, thousands of employees who are waiting for resumption of work and pay are completely desperate. "The news that 'Shangyi' collapsed and we were unemployed was quickly passed among the workers. As the world’s second largest toy brand foundry, “Su Yi” formally ended its mission.

The reporter learned that “Su Yi” is a plush toy manufacturer established by a South Korean boss. At the peak, there were nearly 2,000 workers and the products were sold to Europe and the United States. The history of setting up factories was about the same as that of Hejun toys that went out of business in 2008. However, what people did not expect was that when "He Jun" collapsed, "Shangyi" survived, but in this crisis it did not survive. “The benefits of this factory have been good all the time. Workers are well-paid. In the same industry, the wages are in the upper middle level. The boss has also wanted to go to other places to open branch factories.” The middle management of the factory told reporters in this way .

Workers said that on the day of the factory's collapse, senior Chinese officials asked everyone not to go to work, and the South Korean boss ran away. Everyone was stunned for a moment and did not know what to do. Later, came a lot of suppliers to discuss the purchase price. The fact that the factory went out of business caused everyone to no longer doubt it. For a time, the workers took away their belongings and many more were waiting at the door waiting for the labor department to solve the wage problem.

A supplier said that he is providing fabrics and the two parties have cooperated for nearly 10 years. Since the beginning of this year, the factory slowly began to no longer keep its promises, and it was not so punctual when it came to settlement of the purchase price. Until April, it was not able to obtain a penny of over one hundred thousand yuan in payment. "There has not been such a situation before." The supplier said that he had speculation that the company would close down, but in the end it would rather believe in the strength of this medium-sized company.

Dingjia: Well-known textile companies once flourished

In the recent past, the failure of medium-sized companies has not been the case of the "Shangyi" family.

In mid-June, Dingjia, a well-known textile company located in Liaobu, also closed down. The day when the textile company with more than 2,000 workers suddenly closed, it surprised the bosses in the same industry. According to Mr. Xiao, who is responsible for toy generations, “Dingjia” can be said to be a familiar textile industry. It has always been normal, but the surface prosperity has finally exposed its fragile side. Suddenly the bankrupted because of the break in the capital chain.

“I have now left the 'Jingjiao' and I worked in a garment factory in Humen. 'Finely good' has caused me to feel sad. I have worked there for eight years.” Sichuanese Mr. Zhang told reporters on the phone that he felt that the closure of the textile industry, such as “definitely good”, had shown that many companies in the same industry were hard-pressed.

“Because of the bank’s monetary tightening and the frequent changes in the market environment, many SMEs have been upset in recent days.” An owner of a textile company who did not want to be named told reporters that many small business owners are difficult to support and simply shut their doors to avoid the limelight. Therefore, there have been more recent workers’ pay talks.

Industry players: In this "cold stream", the toy industry textile industry bears the brunt

Mr. Lan, the senior management company of Dongguan Longhua International, a well-known toy company in Dongguan, said that the pressure on the company this time was similar to that of 2008. The Xiao generation toy boss Xiao Lin believes that the pressure is not better than in 2008. “There are still three problems: appreciation of the ***, rising wages, and rising raw materials.” He said that these three factors will not disappear in a short period of time.

In this round of manufacturing “cold streams”, the toy industry and the textile industry bear the brunt. In this regard, Chen Yaohua, president of the Dongguan Textile and Apparel Industry Association, said that, in general, no more than 10% would close or close. But this is already a lot of pressure. The reason is that since the beginning of May, the demand in the EU and North American markets has begun to decrease markedly, while the difficulty in domestic gambling rings has increased, the wage increase has increased, the cost of raw materials has increased, and the appreciation of *** has increased. Now the profits of SMEs are basically affected. Big suppression.

Chen Yaohua said that in the next two cases may occur. It is favorable that the market will become better in the second half of the year. Before Christmas in the tradition of approaching the West, there will be a good market. However, there is also another possibility that if the domestic environment, wages, and price levels are not controlled, it will lead to failures. Therefore, the days of SMEs will worsen and the way to repeat the 2008 financial tsunami is not impossible.

Chen Yaohua believes that Dongguan companies, like those in the Yangtze River Delta, have indeed reached the most dangerous period since 2008. If the situation is even worse, any pressure may turn into the last straw and many companies will be under pressure.

A shoe crisis in the crisis is still good

In the midst of numerous companies, Dongguan shoe companies are only under pressure. Zhang Hong, secretary general of the Dongguan Leather Footwear Association, said in an interview that compared to the toy industry and the textile industry, the current leather shoe industry in Dongguan is not as stressful. The reason is mainly due to the EU's cancellation of punitive tariffs on Chinese leather shoes in April this year. Tariffs have returned to normal levels, which has reduced the tariff burden on leather footwear manufacturing, thereby reducing operating costs. “However, the pressure of financing and the pressure of appreciation and lack of work are still a sharp edge.”

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