In Mongolia, burned the world’s largest plant cashmere
In the Mongolian capital of Ulan Bator burned the world’s largest cashmere factory “Gobi”. This was reported by GoGo.
According to preliminary data, the fire broke out due to repairs on the roof of the building. The fire damaged 80% of the roof of the plant, but could not spread to the interior of the building. In extinguishing the fire was attended by 140 rescuers. The fire took 10 hours the fire Area was 30 thousand sq. m. as a result of a fire nobody has suffered. Equipment, goods and raw materials also is not damaged.
“Gobi” — the first and largest factory for the production of cashmere fabrics. Opened in 1976. In 1981, the Corporation was established “Gobi”, a Mongolian producer of cashmere. Then began the full production cycle. The Corporation supplies a 100% cashmere in more than 30 countries. “Gobi” is a large and well-known brand, whose share accounts for 66% of the domestic market.