Lithuanian textile and clothing products are known in foreign countries
Products of Lithuanian producers are valued abroad, as they are on great demand and abundantly exported. Lithuanian textile products and the long-standing traditions of the sector have repeatedly attracted the attention of foreign magazines and portals with a huge audience, such as Vogue, Daily Mail, and the Financial Times. The awareness of brands and the growth of companies' sales are mostly increased by Lithuanian products purchased by famous people of the world or influential journalists, - say the representatives of companies that have gained instant popularity.
COVID-19, innovations and sustainable solutions in the textile industry
COVID-19 has caused a slowdown in business activities of the Textile industry. However companies can stand by creating more sustainable textile products and implement innovations.
Success story: UAB “Sabalin“ great work helped to expand to foreign markets
UAB “Sabalin“ was established in 1998. The company started with the production of footwear. The manufactured products provided an opportunity to ensure the good name of the technologist and to choose orders at the company's discretion both local and abroad.
UAB Sabalin: brand development is being hampered by the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19
There are many clothing and textile companies of various sizes and types in Lithuania. Some of them are of Lithuanian capital, others develop their activities with the help of foreign partners and their experience. We will review the path of LATIA Export Development cluster companies in Lithuania. We invite you to read an interview with UAB Sabalin Director Regina Arcišauskaite.
4 reasons why sustainable fashion is important
The clothing industry is creating loads of trends and is now working on its most important trend yet – sustainability. It’s particularly important in the fashion industry as it’s a significant contributor to environmental and human damage. Fashion production releases 10% of the world’s carbon emissions. That’s more than international flights and maritime shipping combined. The industry’s also responsible for 20% of all water pollution worldwide. Good news is that the fashion industry is addressing these issues and is trying to create a more sustainable world.
Event aimed to integrate into the global chains of Experimental Development and Innovation (R&D&I)
We kindly invite you to participate in the event aimed to integrate into the global chains of Experimental Development and Innovation (R&D&I) which will be organised on 5 November as a remote meeting.
Lithuanian potential in Lithuanian textile and clothing: workers’ skills last for decades
Foreign correspondents see a great amount of potential in Lithuanian textile and clothing. While discussing the sector, they focus on tradition and its positive impact on today’s industry.
Top 5 competitive advantages of textile and clothing industry in Lithuania
Textile and clothing industry in Lithuania is becoming a highly-developed market attracting foreign investors, and we therefore wonder – what makes it so successful?
COVID-19: textile and clothing sector can help other sectors
Whole world is still suffering from the first wave of COVID-19 and in the meantime the second one is getting to us so quickly we can‘t be fully prepared for what‘s coming. Europe and the rest of world try to get back to normal working cycle but lack of money and some export restrictions remains the main problem. The textile and clothing industry can help other industries to build a base for other technologically demanding industries.
Success story: E. Galkauskienė's company "Eustilija" - from a small company to a big brand
Eustilija was established in 1995 from a small sewing company and has expanded to a company that creates their own collections. Eustilija presents its collections under the Introstyle brand and has two branded stores in major Lithuanian cities.
LTM GARMENTS’ success story: we give the customers what they want
Lithuanian company LTM GARMENTS was established in 2004 after an English branch in Lithuania went bankrupt. The employees, business model and customers remained and the company had direct contact with customers so just extended clothing manufacturing business.
„LATIA export development“: why companies cluster together?
Clusters are usually geographic concentrations of companies. Such businesses companies manufacture one or another sector or field products or deliver services. The Lithuanian Clothing and Textile Association (LATIA) that represents clothing and textile sector initiated cluster "LATIA export development". This cluster consists of 10 companies and aims to find new foreign markets to create an innovative product line. The cluster members emphasize sustainability, functionality and ergonomics of the products.
Success story: A.Valiuškis' company keeps pace with technology
Algirdas Valiuškis runs a successful zipper manufacturing company with 50 employees. As early as 1995, Algirdas Valiuškis' company bought zippers from sewing companies and started reselling them. A little later, having bought several production machines, the company started to manufacture their own zippers. Currently, A. Valiuškis company manufactures VVK brand spiral, plastic, metal, water-repellent zippers for the clothing, footwear, haberdashery and upholstered furniture industries.
The LATIA Export Development cluster is looking for new foreign markets for its products
The Lithuanian Clothing and Textile Association (LATIA) cluster, "LATIA export development", comprising of 10 companies is finding new foreign markets to create an innovative product line. According to its members, the new product line is united by sustainability, functionality and ergonomics.
E. Galkauskienė's company Eustilija: the textile industry is returning to naturalness
Lithuania is home to many clothing and textile companies of various sizes and types. Some of them are of Lithuanian capital, others run with the help of foreign partners and their experience. We will review the path of LATIA export development companies in Lithuania. We invite you to read an interview with E. Galkauskienė, Director of Eustilija.