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Azeri textile park to export 1st batch of yarn to Portugal

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Jun '19
Azeri textile park to export 1st batch of yarn to Portugal
Azerbaijan’s Gilan Textile Park will start exporting its first batch of cotton yarn to Portugal. The primary shipments are likely to be in small quantities. The company at present is negotiating with European partners to export finished products. It uses domestic cotton to manufacture various products. No chemical products harmful to human health are used.

The park was commissioned in 2012 in Sumgayit and its products include bathrobes and towels, bed linen, blankets and pillows made of 100 per cent cotton.

Azerbaijan’s target is to bring annual cotton production to 500,000 tonnes by 2022 from the current 260,000 tonnes, according to a report in an Azeri news portal.

The country exported cotton fibre worth $80.5 million and cotton wool yarn worth $24 million in 2018. Compared to 2017, exports of cotton yarn increased by 2.4 times. (DS)

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