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High-tech cashmere products exported overseas

By Zhao Xiao (chinadaily.com.cn)

Updated: 2017-01-04

High-tech cashmere products exported overseas

A worker spins and weaves wool on the factory production line of the Orient Dawn Cashmere Company in Chifeng city, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region. Sourcing wool from its local grassland sheep, the company utilizes rare and high-quality cashmere materials and attempts to continuously innovate and modernize its production processes. It has now built an international brand in the sector of wool clothing via expanding into international markets over the past few years, and also demonstrates a successful model for other local firms. [Photo/nmgnews.com.cn]

High-tech cashmere products exported overseas

A worker spins and weaves wool on the factory production line of the Orient Dawn Cashmere Company in Chifeng city, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region. The company houses 16 assembly lines for cashmere production, processing about 500 tons of wool each year. This amount can produce around 500,000 cashmere shirts and 300,000 cashmere scarves annually. Most of its products have been exported to foreign countries including Italy, Switzerland, Britain, the United States, and Japan, with only 3 percent of its cashmere products sold within China. [Photo/nmgnews.com.cn]

High-tech cashmere products exported overseas

A worker spins and weaves wool on the factory production line of the Orient Dawn Cashmere Company in Chifeng city, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region. Cashmere shirts and scarfs produced by the Orient Dawn Cashmere Company in Inner Mongolia’s Chifeng city, have recently been exported to international markets mainly thanks to technical innovation. The company houses 16 assembly lines for cashmere production, processing about 500 tons of wool each year. This amount can produce around 500,000 cashmere shirts and 300,000 cashmere scarves annually. [Photo/nmgnews.com.cn]

 

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