We would like to announce that we are looking for an expert to develop the Training of Trainers (ToT) concept.
We would like to announce that we are looking for an expert to develop the marketing concept for marketing the Uzbek textile industry on the European/German market
As part of the delegation visit of the famous FALKE brand, a visit to enterprises in Fergana, Andijan, Khorezm and Tashkent regions was organized.
As part of the development of the project implementation, visit of the FALKE representative, a meeting was held with the UZTEX company.
The famous brand FALKE intends to cooperate with Uzbek textile companies. Currently, company representatives are in Uzbekistan as part of Textile Week. A number of meetings were held with yarn manufacturers.
We are pleased to invite you to take part in the annual Tashkent Textile Week in Tashkent (Uzbekistan) October 16-21, 2023.
Gesamtmasche “GUZ Partners” project in order to expand the range of services and improve their quality organized workshops.
On 1 September, 2023 GUZ Partners organized B2B meetings to strengthen their business.
The business mission was organized as part of the GUZ Partner project, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Development, initiated by the Uztekstilprom Association and Gesamtmache (German Knitwear Association).
German system development example.
Hohenstein Academy tour for Uzbek enterprises.
On 29 August, 2023 Uzbek delegation arrived to Albstadt to visit companies tour.
Uzbek textile enterprises visited Mayer & Cie, one of the next largest companies in Germany, as part of the Days of the textile industry of Uzbekistan.
Mayer & Cie is the world’s leading manufacturer of knitting machines. Their machines are used in the production of knitted fabrics for a variety of clothing, home textiles and technical textiles.
The company has been operating since 1905, adhering to traditions.
According to the results of the visit, the leaders of the Uzbek cotton-textile cluster reached an agreement on the supply of knitting machines.
On August 29, 2023, second part of the day the Uzbek delegation in Germany visited Hochschule Albstadt University.
On August 28, Stuttgart, Germany hosted the first day of “Textile Days of Uzbekistan” in Germany.
Uzbek textile enterprises are getting closer to the European market!
On June 1-2, 2023 GUZ Partners organized Workshop in Fergana region.
Tashkent Textile Week – Day 1.
Tour Visit To Local Uzbek Textile Factories.
Tashkent Textile Week 2023 held on May 26-31.
The fully integrated textile value chain in Uzbekistan and the growing market offer a wide range of opportunities to intensify business relations between Germany and Uzbekistan. The German Pavilion at the UzTextile Expo in Tashkent from 29 to 31 May 2023 supports German companies in the textile industry in establishing contacts with customers, suppliers, sales and production partners.
DOCUMENTS ON TEXTILES IN UZBEKISTAN AND THE GERMAN PAVILION AVAILABLE HERE!
Uzbekistan is rapidly becoming the textile centre of Central Asia. The country is not only interesting as a production and sourcing location, but also as a gateway to new markets.
BCI confirms the launch of a Better Cotton Programme in #Uzbekistan. “As the sixth largest cotton producer globally, this programme brings us one step closer to our vision of a world where #sustainablecotton is the norm.
Uzbekistan’s President signed a decree on additional measures to support export activities of business entities. Regarding exports to Europe, 70% of transportation costs will be covered by the governement for one year.
From 24 to 26 May 2023, Central Asia’s leading textile fair “UzTextile Expo Spring 2023” will take place in Tashkent. On the initiative of Gesamtmasche, there is a German Pavilion for German exhibitors for the first time.
On August 2, 2022, UZTEKSTILPROM became a member of the Private Sector Advisory Council (PSAC) based in Washington. The PSAC is part of the International Cotton Advisory Committee (ICAC).
On July 18, 2022, a video conference was held between representatives of the International Better Work Program, the International Labor Organization, the International Finance Corporation and the Employers’ Association of Uzbekistan.
Uzbekistan is experiencing a textile boom. Thanks to the support of the government and the efforts of entrepreneurs, the textile industry of Uzbekistan has become an advanced industry. It is worth noting that the development of the industry is under the close attention of the international community. According to experts, Uzbekistan is considered one of the new regional textile centers.
At the Round Table Uzbekistan on May 6, 2022, interested textile and clothing companies were able to inform themselves about the business opportunities in Uzbekistan.
UzTextileExpo ist the leading international exhibition of textile and fashion industry in Uzbekistan.
On 26th April 2022, one of the largest events in the industry – the 4th International Textile Conference “Uzbekistan Textile Conference” (UTC) – will be held. The theme of the Conference: “Sustainability and “Better work” in the textile industry”.
In the first two months of 2022, Uzbekistan exported to 15 foreign countries about 8,000 tons of knitwear worth $45.6 million.The volume of exports of knitted products increased by 8.4 million US dollars compared to the corresponding period of last year.
Better Cotton Initiatives (BCI) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to improving cotton growing practices, including reducing the impact of cotton growing on the environment and people.
Finally, the US Cotton Campaign stops its boycott call. The ILO and the EU had long since certified Uzbekistan that the cotton harvest is fair.
Uzbekistan has succeeded in eradicating forced and child labour during the 2021 cotton production cycle, according to new ILO findings.
“In times of disrupted supply chains, excessive raw material prices and increasing sustainability requirements, it is high time to reorient ourselves,” says Martina Bandte, President of Gesamtmasche. “Uzbekistan can play an important role for us in the coming years.”
Still little noticed by Europe’s textile industry, Uzbekistan is experiencing a small revolution. Production is modern, and child and forced labour in the cotton fields has disappeared.
Uzbek goods can now be imported into the EU duty-free. Only developing countries with high environmental and social standards qualify for the special preferences.
Traditionally known as one of the leading cotton exporters, Uzbekistan has long been more than a supplier of raw materials: in total, there are around 7,500 textile and clothing companies of various sizes.
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