Uzbek-Chinese JV establishes co-op with Russian Aeroflot
Baku, Azerbaijan, August 9
By Fakhri Vakilov - Trend:
Uzbek-Chinese joint venture LLC Narimteks has begun work on the production of fabrics for the uniforms of the Russian company Aeroflot, Trend reports citing Sputnik Uzbekistan.
Recently, Narimtex launched the production of wool blends, which allowed expanding the export potential of the enterprise.
“We only prepare samples while there is no contract. If they will like our product, then they can order it from us,” Deputy Director of Uzbek-Chinese JV Diana Mustafayeva said.
She states that such a fabric retains its color for a very long time.
“The painting is already at the spinning stage of the threads. Due to this, the color fastness is very high; it does not fade under the sun, change color and fade when washed. The main priority of our production is quality. The prices are also affordable,” noted Mustafayeva.
The Uzbek-Chinese joint venture Narimteks of the city of Margilan in the Fergana region, operating in the form of a limited liability company, mainly produces women's raincoats, coats and other winter clothes.
The company has a production capacity of 5,000-6,000 units of clothes per year. Demand for high-quality Narimteks products, which employs fifty people, is growing in the domestic market.
Aeroflot is the generalized name for all civil aviation of the USSR, which consisted of many state aviation enterprises.
Since 1992, Aeroflot is a Russian public-private company, which was formed from one of the divisions of the Soviet Aeroflot and began to own the rights to this trademark.
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