Fergana exporters interested in European markets
- Posted by: ACIR Southern Europe
- Categories: News, Textile
The Fergana Valley, located in Uzbekistan, is a region with great cultural and historical richness as well as significant economic potential in the textile sector. For this reason, the regional director for Central Asia of ACIR Southern Europe, Miguel de la Cruz Salcedo, along with the chargé d’affaires a.i. of Spain in Uzbekistan, Gonzalo Fournier, visited the region to learn firsthand about its resources and needs.
Business opportunities in the Fergana Valley
During their visit, the representatives of ACIR Southern Europe were able to learn about the agro-industrial production centers in the region and the needs for infrastructure, greenhouses, cultivation and preservation technologies, as well as packaging.
The business opportunities in the Fergana region for European companies are promising, especially in the textile sector. The region has a long artisanal tradition in the production of high-quality textiles, such as handmade carpets and embroidered fabrics. Additionally, the region has a large number of artisans and textile producers, making the production potential very high. European companies interested in exporting textiles can find in Fergana a source of unique and high-quality products, and establish collaborations and joint projects with local companies.
During their visit, the representatives of ACIR Southern Europe visited the Fergana artisan center, where they learned about the work of artisans and artists in the region.
The II Forum of the Light Industry of the Fergana Valley
During their visit, the representatives of ACIR Southern Europe participated in the sessions of the II Forum of the Light Industry of the Fergana Valley. As part of the Forum, ACIR and the Association of Textile Exporting Companies of the Fergana Valley signed a memorandum of cooperation, thus establishing the basis for future collaborations and joint projects.
During his visit to the Fergana Valley, the regional director for Central Asia of ACIR Southern Europe, Miguel de la Cruz Salcedo, met with textile exporters and producers in the region. These meetings allowed him to learn firsthand about the needs and resources of local producers, which is essential for establishing collaborations and joint projects that can boost the textile industry in the region.
Business prospects in the Fergana region
The Fergana region has great textile potential due to its artisanal tradition and high-quality production. This makes it a promising business opportunity for the region, as well as for companies interested in exporting textiles. Additionally, the region has a large number of artisans and textile producers, making the production potential very high.
In conclusion, the visit of the representatives of ACIR Southern Europe to the Fergana Valley allowed them to learn firsthand about the economic and cultural possibilities of the region, as well as to establish the basis for future collaborations and joint projects. The potential of the Fergana region in the textile sector is a promising business opportunity for the region and for companies interested in exporting textiles.
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