Forties Production

It is important to perceive that the origin of the textile industry in Campina Great according to economist Luiz Gonzaga de Sousa, is a prolongation of the industrialization of these cities: With this, the first plants in Great Campina had appeared, as it was the case of the plants of sisal and cotton improvement. With the advent of the transformation sector, the SAMBRA had appeared, the ANDERSON CLAYTON and YOU MARK it OF ALMEIDA and few other companies that they had the purpose to benefit products of the land for the domestic use and even though to export. It was in such a way that it appeared the Textile Industry in Great Campina. (SOUZA, 1996, P. 57) the textile sector if made hegemonic in the first decades of century XX holding the biggest number of industrial establishment and more than using 50% of the laborers in the Paraba, folloied for the sector of food transformation, leaving the third position for the not metallic mineral sector.

Entering in crisis, in the Forties of century XX, first for not following the modernization of the technological advances, developed in the south center of the country that started to insert in the sector, beyond new techniques of production, the machines of greater, beyond new techniques of production, the machines of bigger technological transport that the costs of the product concentrated the activities of improvement diminishing, second for the politics of financing of the great txteis industries that suffered with the crisis advertising of its product installed in the Paraba and that they abroached the local production. This means to say that the Paraba has a economy sufficiently diversified with emergent sectors of average technology, alavancada for a structure of service and commerce of importance in the scene northeastern. In relation with the commercial opening in the state, the economy has suffered strong impact in what it says respect to the competition of the surrounding cities, and is therefore that some sectors if modernize while others suffer retrocession due to lack from incentives to invest in technological innovations. .