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Brest Nadzeya exports first batch of school uniform for girls

BREST, 30 August (BelTA) – Brest sewing company Nadzeya has shipped its first batch of school uniform for girls outside the country, the company told BelTA.

This year the factory produced 20,100 business-style items for girls. As of today, 92.7% of them have been supplied to national outlets, with 4.3% of them abroad.

Nadzeya has developed 30 business-style designs for girls. School uniform is divided into groups of 5-8 items which match in color, style, size and purpose. Every group comprises waistcoats, skirts, pants, pinafores, blouses. The main colors are grey and black. The Belarusian company uses Turkish cotton and poly viscose.

After the change of the owner in 2011 the Brest sewing company has embarked on a new path of development. The company now offers its products under the Enfant trademark. The company opened its subsidiary in Moscow, Indigo Company.

In January-July 2012 Brest-based Nadzeya produced Br6.5 billion worth of products. School uniform accounted for 36% of the total production in H1.

Brest sewing factory Nadzeya was founded in 1939 and reincorporated into an open joint stock company in 1993. The company makes part of Bellegprom Concern, specializes in children clothes manufacturing.