Ýeňiş sewing factory, located in Turkmenistan’s southeastern velayat of Mary, produced over 12 million manats worth of products in first 5 months of this year, Türkmenistan newspaper reports.
Bilbil Mammetdurdiyeva, Quality Supervisor at Ýeňiş, said the company underwent major reforms in 2013, adding that “our tailors got equipped with advanced machinery of the developed countries of the world.”
Seamstresses, designers and tailors consider the needs of the customers when producing garments, according to the Quality Supervisor.
“We obtain raw materials for the shirts we make from Ruhabat textile complex. It produces eco-friendly fabrics from cotton grown in our own land,” Mammetdurdiyeva said.
The factory, which is a subsidiary of the Ministry of Textile Industry of Turkmenistan, mainly produces shirts of various sizes and colors, designed for men and children.
By special orders, the factory also produces military uniforms for the officers and soldiers of the country’s Armed Forces.
Ýeňiş Sewing Factory sell its products to consumers through its outlets and online stores.