Ozurgeti Garment to stitch ZARA, MANGO, Bershka, Massimo Dutti Jeans Wear

Ozurgeti Garment to stitch ZARA, MANGO, Bershka, Massimo Dutti Jeans Wear March 7, 2018Leave a comment

Jeans wear of ZARA, MANGO, Bershka, Masimo Massimo Dutti and also other well known brands will be sewed in Ozurgeti, Guria Region.

The clothes factory will open in Ozurgeti. Turkish company Baykanlar will invest 2mln GEL initially and apply 300 persons. In a couple of years, the Turkish company will assure the complete sewing cycle, investment volume increases to 15mln USD leading to 1500 persons will likely be employed.

Over the issue Guria Governor Gia Salukvadze and Ozurgeti Mayor Beglar Sioridze met with LLC Ozurgeti Garment founder Osman Baikan as well as company director Hakan Chobanoglu.

The working group members saw the latest infrastructure in Ozurgeti and presumable places for constructing the plant. The selected real estate was explored. As a result of intense cooperation between the Region’s administration and also the Turkish party, the decision has become taken on opening the factory.

Ozurgeti Garment has become already registered in Georgia. The provider has already applied to Ministry of Economy for transmitting housing together with Produce in Georgia program. The agreement are going to be officially signed in a number of days.

\”We come to Georgia last month. In Ozurgeti we explored the earlier territories, selected the former tea factory territory for opening a clothes factory to stitch jeans and export products to several The european countries to customer companies such as ZARA, MANGO, Bershka, Masimo Massimo Dutti as well as other branded companies.

The factory will launch operation in 2018. Initially, only sewing line will function in Ozurgeti, while full sewing cycle will probably be arranged in several years. Investment volume will rise to 15mln USD about 1500 persons will probably be employed. We want to express special gratitude to Mr. Governor, who have provided overall support to us\”, the LLC Ozurgeti Garment founder noted.

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