SPAIN: Induyco To Start Sourcing Fabric From Bulgaria
Spanish textile company Induyco is to evaluating cotton and woollen fabric producers in Bulgaria as it prepares to start sourcing from the country. The firm already works with around 40 Bulgarian garment manufacturers, including Vida Stil, Kaltex and Arda, but up to now has supplied the fabric itself. Induyco's Bulgarian output has risen by 15 per cent over the past two years, and currently provides jobs to some 10,000 people in the country.
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