Iranian company enters Caspian countries' markets
Azerbaijan, Baku, Oct. 31 / Trend /
Iranian textile company Arta Tejarat Zarrin is engaged in tailoring and has been operating for four months. This is the largest textile company in the Middle East located in an area of 200 square metres and capable of producing 30 million various garments annually, the company's executive director Mehdi Moznebi said in an interview with Trend.
The firm uses the most advanced technology in its seven textile mills, as well as five garment factories. A spinning department produces 12 tons per day.
Mr. Moznebi said the company produces 20,000 metres of denim fabrics per day and exports to the Turkish markets. The company also produces 10,000 metres of fabric for sewing shirts daily and the knitting department produces 23 tons of products using 86 machines. The knitted fabric department produces 2000 to 2500 rolls.
There are 1400 sewing machines at the factory with the R & D department using the most advanced textile equipment. It produces water-resistant fabric used in the sewing school, military and police uniforms and waterproof men's and women's clothing.
The company also produces underwear, jeans, shirts, t-shirts, sportswear and other products.
Mr.Moznebi said that the Iranian Trade Bank is a 100 per cent investor so the company's financial opportunities are limited.
The first wholesale batch of jeans manufactured by the company will be delivered to the Turkish markets this week. At present the Golden Tex Company conducts the marketing the operations of Arta Tejarat Zarrin.
The Uzbek firm UPM provides the company's requirements for cotton. Arta Tejarat Zarrin also gets its polyester and viscose from Malaysia and South Korea and fabrics are painted using German technology.