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Mexico's Apollo Textile to export to Argentina, Brazil

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Mar '12
Puebla, Mexico-based Apollo Textile Company, owner of Baby Mink brand, will export to Argentina and Brazil this year, and thus increase its portfolio of clients to more than 35 countries.

The Mexican company is a leader in baby articles like clothes, blankets and accessories, which it supplies to countries like Germany, Chile, Spain and the US. It also manufactures adult blankets.

Paul Breton, Marketing Manager with Baby Mink, said the company was founded 20 years ago to target babies market and it currently earns revenue of US$ 500 million by selling around one million pieces per annum.

He said the company is seeking to promote its products in Argentine and Brazilian markets this year.

He added that Baby Mink is known for quality and innovation in design and colour, which has helped it enter international markets, where the demand for its products has risen to equal the demand for its items in local market.

About 80 percent of the company's overall production is of baby items and the remaining is general items, Mr. Breton said.

The company operates three manufacturing plants in Puebla and employs a workforce of nearly 1,000 people.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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