Baku, Azerbaijan, Sept. 17
By Matanat Nasibova - Trend:
Azerbaijan’s Baku Textile Factory plans to launch two new lines for the production of women’s lingerie, Sakina Babayeva, the director of the factory and head of the Association of Women Entrepreneurs of Azerbaijan, told Trend.
She said that two types of lingerie are being developed.
“We plan to launch a new production line by the end of this year,” she noted. “The factory will monthly produce 60,000 sets of lingerie. It is envisaged to sell goods worth 700,000 manats every month. Our products are designed both for the domestic market and for export. Saudi Arabia is currently this potential market. We are in talks on upcoming supply volumes.”
Seven production lines are operating at the Baku Textile Factory and all function in continuous mode. In total, the enterprise employs 300 professional staff members.
The factory has been operating since 1939. It was the first one in the South Caucasus region in the field of textile industry.
The enterprise carries out its activities in accordance with European standards. It has the latest equipment and applies advanced technologies from Germany and Japan.
The factory’s production includes casual clothing, evening gown, children’s clothing, medical clothing, overalls, school uniforms, sportswear, all types of work clothing, promotional clothing and military uniforms.