Amanbay Ganjaev, a member of Turkmenistan's Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, is making waves with his technical apparel brand, Amantaý. Specifically designed for professionals across various sectors, a significant shipment of this specialized clothing recently journeyed to Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, and the Kyrgyz Republic.
The outfits cater to diverse professions, including public utilities, water supply, oil, energy, and gas workers, as reported by the Neutral Turkmenistan newspaper on Wednesday.
Hailing from the Dashoguz province in Turkmenistan, Ganjaev's enterprise employs 40 individuals and boasts a private production facility equipped with electric sewing machines and high-performance Korean-made tools. Beyond technical apparel, the facility has diversified into crafting handcrafted woven garden furniture. Leveraging locally sourced polymers like polyethylene and polypropylene, the furniture stands out for its lightweight design, durability, and eco-friendly attributes, gaining significant consumer acclaim.
The enterprise is not resting on its laurels; according to the report, plans are underway to initiate new projects aimed at expanding production capabilities and generating employment opportunities.