ArmInfo. With the support of the Armenian Development Fund (ADF), 6 Armenian companies representing the textile industry of the republic presented their products with a single pavilion at the international trade fair "TextileLegProm - 2017 "in Moscow. The Armenian companies Lentex, Hello, Alex Textiles, Lida Firm and IP Kamsar Darpinyan within the framework of the 49th Federal Wholesale Fair" Textillegprom ", which this year runs from August 29 to September 1, presented a collection of knitwear, clothes, as well as hosiery products.
As the press service of the ADF reports, Armenian companies, participants of the former "TextileLegProm", have already received orders for the supply of their products. According to Marcus Azadyan, the representative of the Federal Republic of Germany, only according to the results of participation in the February exposition, Armenian producers received orders for the amount of 400 million drams. In this case, as noted by Azadyan, the number of orders increases after each exhibition
The largest wholesale fair of textile and light industry goods "Textillegprom" is held twice a year. More than 200 companies from 28 countries participate in the event. At the fair, more than 35,000 visitors are expected, including wholesale buyers, textile specialists, distributors, representatives of various retail chains and importers. Within the framework of the event, there will also be forums, round tables, presentations and competitions.
Joint Stock Company "TEXTILEXPO" is a specialized exhibition and consulting company, a member of the Russian Union of Exhibitions and Fairs and the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry UFI. The company's assets include the development and implementation of a large-scale project on the formation of the national textile and light industry market, the Russian Textile and Fashion Week, in cooperation with partners. The main exhibition project - wholesale fairs "TEXTILLEGPROM" in terms of the number of participants and the closed exhibition space is the largest in Russia.
To note, the volume of industrial production in Armenia in the first half of 2017 by the same period of the previous year increased by 12.4% (against growth of 8.9% a year earlier), making 760.4 billion AMD ($ 1.5 billion). According to the National Statistical Service of Armenia, high growth was recorded, including in the production of textiles (by 27.5%). Earlier - on June 8 at a government meeting Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan said that Armenia's light industry needs to be granted additional benefits. In particular, according to him, effective government assistance is needed to develop the textile, clothing, leather and shoe industry and carpet industry. "The government should seriously support enterprises that have a serious potential for development of the whole sphere and creation of new jobs," the prime minister said.