The garment factories will be set up at Krichev and Bobruisk. The Krichev establishment is likely to generate employment opportunities for more than 350 locals. It is expected that the functioning will commence by January end this year. It will house state-of-the-art equipments with the manufacturing capacity of 300,000 readymade garments per month while Sharm Premyer produces around 250,000 garments per month.
The factory at Bobruisk is likely to begin functioning from March 2018, with a manufacturing capacity of approximately 200,000 garments per month. Generating more than 200 jobs, it will begin working on lease.
The apparel produced from these factories will be made on commission and will be exported to Russia. "Initially they will be shipped to warehouses in Chekhov, Moscow Oblast. Afterwards, they will be sold via the distribution chain Tvoe, including to Belarus where about 40 proprietary outlets have been opened," said Andrushchishina. (RR)
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