Belarusian shirt maker invests in modernisation


Last year, the Dzerzhinsk-based apparel manufacturer Eliz spent more than BYR4bn (US$410,000) modernisation, according to director general Andrei Zhuk.

In particular, the company commissioned a Gerber automated spreader and a Veith needle spreading table, the sewing equipment was renewed, and the company bought a fabric measuring and inspecting machine. Some of the projects were implemented outside the modernisation programme, said Zhuk.

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