The history of UZTEX Group began in 2009, when UZTEX CHIRCHIK, the first factory for the production of the dyed fabric, was launched. Time passed. Good planning, enthusiasm of employees, as well as, ambitious plans has brought the company to its growth, and today there are eight successfully operating factories:

The first stage was to develop the production which is the foundation of any industry that intends to work in the market actively and over long period. For this reason, over 7 years, the company was building, launching and developing the enterprises, which are now formed into one production group:

  • Dyeing and finishing production ― UZTEX CHIRCHIK
  • Ready-made family garment production ― EUROTEX GLOBAL
  • Weaving terry fabric production ― UCHKURGAN TEXTILE
  • Hosiery production ― KATQAL’A-TEKS

Production capacity of UZTEX Group allows manufacturing the whole range of cotton textile products: all kinds of gray and dyed yarn, gray and dyed fabric, ready-made, knitted, hosiery, terry products. It is very important to highlight the fact that UZTEX products are exported to the EU, CIS, USA, Turkey, Japan, South Korea and many other countries. It points to the fact that our domestic brand meets the highest quality standards. This is followed by environmental friendliness, cost efficiency, wide variety, the highest quality of fabric and modern design. This production approach allows expanding the geography of the company's success over the years.

Today’s work stage of UZTEX Group includes creation and implementation of a new long-term concept – “Eco-friendly and cost-efficient product for mass production”. Access to 100% natural raw materials in Uzbekistan, availability of the most advanced equipment, as well as, production technologies allow manufacturing absolutely eco-friendly products, which are much-needed and actual nowadays. Business strategy of the group of companies makes it possible to manufacture the products which besides to its high quality remain very cost-efficient and affordable for the widest segments of the population.