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Armenian PM opens new clothing factories in Yerevan

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Nov '19
Pic: Press Office of the Government of Armenia
Pic: Press Office of the Government of Armenia
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan recently inaugurated new clothing factories in Yerevan. Three factories of Alex Textile, Sartex and Asa Garment will be housed in a single facility, which will employ around 1,000 now. The number of those employed will reach 3,000 in the near future. The factories will produce jackets, leather garments and knitwear.

Pashinyan said the government is prepared to support the sector’s development, according to an official press release.

Sartex was jointly founded by Italy’s Sartis and Armenia’s Alex Textile and is engaged in production of clothes of MaxMara, Moncler, Peuterey, Dolce&Gabana, Dainese and other brands. Director of the company Mkhitar Aghabekyan said they want the Made in Armenia label become a quality guarantor.

Alex Textile is cooperating with a leading Chinese producer of garments. The whole range of the output will be marketed abroad. In 2020, Alex Textile is expected to open a homemade textile and towel production facility and another clothing factory in Artashat.

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