Belarusian Mogotex will export innovative fabrics to Uzbekistan
Mogilev’s Mogotex JSC signed a contract for $300 thousand to export innovative fabrics to Uzbekistan.
The agreements were reached within the framework of Made in Belarus exhibition, which was held in September in Tashkent.
The enterprise presented its products at the collective stand of leading Belarusian light industry enterprises. These were innovative fabrics for special clothes and uniforms, as well as home textile products.
Men’s suit made of aramid fibers and an antistatic thread caused great interest. These special clothes do not burn and provide protection from the effects of an electric arc.
“A joint meeting with representatives of “Uztuqimachiliksanoat” Association was held at the exhibition, which was attended by about 20 companies of textile industry. All of them, including Mogotex, are interested in mutually beneficial economic cooperation. We held productive negotiations”, – said the Director General of the company Victor Matievich.
According to “Uztuqimachiliksanoat” (Uzbekistan Textile Industry) Association, fabrics and products of the company are exported to more than 15 countries of the world, including Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Moldova, Uzbekistan, Lithuania, Germany.
JSC Mogotex is the largest manufacturer of textile products in the Republic of Belarus, the recognized leader in the Russian Federation, CIS and foreign countries. The company works since 1973. The company produces a wide range of fabrics for special clothes and uniforms, raincoat fabrics, fabric for the special gear and leather goods industries, lining, decorative, furniture, curtains, knitted, technical fabrics, uniform and home textile products.