MINSK, 28 April (BelTA) – The Belarusian fabric manufacturer OAO Kamvol will implement a project with the Russian company Textile Avenue. The sides are now working on the choice of yarns, fabrics, and ready-made products, BelTA learned from Marina Vaskevich, Press Secretary of the Belarusian state light industry concern Bellegprom.
According to the source, the Russian partners will supply Kamvol with high-quality wool. The Minsk-based enterprise will make yarn and fabrics out of it. Then Kamvol will use models from Textile Avenue's fashion designers to make capsule collections of apparel for men and women.
Cooperation has already begun. Kamvol has already made high-quality yarn made of 100% wool for the Russian partners. The yarn is unparalleled in Belarus and Russia.
Textile Avenue has previously used only fabrics of Italian make. The management of the Russian company now intends to cooperate closely with Belarusian manufacturers. They are delighted by Kamvol's technological capabilities and qualifications of the Minsk specialists, the Bellegprom press service said.
Textile Avenue is a new format of the fabric warehouse retailer, which offers high-quality fabrics (tweed, elite silk, linen, coat and suit fabrics of the virgin wool variety, cotton, and viscose) under one roof. The project was launched in 2018.
The public joint-stock company (OAO) Kamvol is a major manufacturer of textile products. It boasts a fully integrated manufacturing cycle starting with yarn and ending with fabrics. Kamvol's products are exported to the CIS states and European countries. Kamvol offers a broad range of modern pure-wool, semi-wool, and woolen fabrics with the addition of artificial fibers and linen in various combinations.