Bayramali Textile Complex in Turkmenistan’s southeastern velayat of Mary, which originally produced yarn, launched production of fabrics. The company manufactured textile products worth 28.2 million manats this year.
The complex, which is one of the first textile enterprises in the velayat, consists of four departments, each of which is equipped with modern machinery, Türkmenistan newspaper reports.
Initially, Turkmen cotton is processed to produce yarn of various sizes and then transferred to the textile department. The department produces an average of 6-7 tons of fabric a day. The fabric is then dyed in the desired color at the coloring department. The dyed fabric is then processed in the sewing department to the finished product.
The enterprise operates its outlets in the cities of Mary, Bayramali, Ashgabat and other velayats of the country. The complex’s products are also exported to foreign markets on orders. The products are in demand in the markets of Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Belarus.
Bayramali Textile Complex, which employs over 750 specialists, mainly produces children's clothes, men's and women's bathrobes, hand towels of various sizes and kitchen towels.