BAKU, Azerbaijan, June 5
By Matanat Nasibova – Trend:
Azerbaijan’s Baku Textile Factory has ramped up the production of knitwear goods, including those ones for women and children, the factory’s Director Sakina Babayeva told Trend.
According to her, the factory’s capacity allows to manufacture up to 30,000 units of clothes a day.
“We can achieve such figures by working three shifts. In the current conditions, amid the coronavirus pandemic, the enterprise daily produces about 4,000 units of knitwear goods,” she said. “In the future, it is planned to maximize the production volumes in order to fully cover the domestic demand of the population, and also increase export potential”.
“Approximately this autumn, it's planned to install new circular knitwear machines worth 100,000 – 110,000 euro from Germany at the factory,” she added.
Presently, 300 people work at the Baku Textile Factory and seven production lines are used.
The company has been operating since 1939. Currently, the factory continues to operate according to the principles of the European standards. The factory has been provided with the latest equipment and technologies from Germany and Japan.
The factory produces everyday clothes, evening dresses, corporate clothing, children's clothes, sportswear, medical uniforms, as well as overalls, school uniforms and all types of working wear, including promo clothing and military uniforms.