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EU helps increase production efficiency in clothing sector in Belarus

September 10, 2018

Staff from Belarusian clothing enterprises have taken part in an eight-day training seminar on production efficiency, organised by the International Trade Centre and the Belarusian Fund for Financial Support to Entrepreneurs, as part of the EU4Business project ‘Eastern Partnership: Ready to Trade’.

The event took place in the Belarusian capital of Minsk from 27 August to 5 September and was aimed at production and management staff from private sector small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

The eight-day theoretical and practical workshop aimed to improve the production efficiency of export-oriented clothing enterprises in the country.

The training included a presentation of international experience and best practices in garment production, focused on achieving zero defects by improving manufacturing efficiency and introducing efficient organisation of production capacities.

Eastern Partnership: Ready to Trade is an EU4Business initiative that helps SMEs to access new markets, with a focus on the EU. It also helps SMEs identify and comply with international quality requirements and standards, links them with buyers along the value chain, and provides cluster support.

In Belarus, the project supports the textile and clothing sector, assisting SMEs in producing value added goods in accordance with international and EU market requirements and linking with EU markets.

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