Kamvol. Keeping up with the times

25.02.2022 г.

Kamvol is one of the largest producers of high-quality exclusive woolen fabrics in the CIS and Europe. The company has a rich history and many years of experience, last year the company turned 65 years old.

JSC "Kamvol" keeps up with the times and today can offer customers a wide range of natural fabrics for every taste. Since the 90s, Kamvol's fabrics have been produced under Italian technologies, in the development of which the technologists of one of the leading Italian textile brands with a worldwide reputation, Marzotto, took part.

In 2016, the production technology was completely improved at the factory, modern equipment of premium class of European brands was installed.

In the production of fabrics of Kamvol Australian and New Zealand merino wool is used. It is popular among leading European manufacturers, and we are one of the first in the CIS to start working with this high-quality material.

After a major modernization carried out at the fabric with the help of well-known Turkish technologists, it became possible to produce super-thin business-class fabrics of the Super 120's - 140's series. Fabrics with this marking look noble, beautiful and elegant.


At the factory there is a design center - a creative space that combines fashion and technology.

Stylish, creative and most importantly, comfortable models of men's and women's clothing produced under the Kamvol Collection and LEMONGRASS brands are made from the best fabrics produced by Kamvol OJSC using Italian production technologies.

“Lemongrass is freedom of movement, space for self-expression, aesthetics and individuality. Italian tailors have perfected their craft for centuries. Now we know them too,” says Elvira Zhvikova, head of the design center and leading designer of Kamvol OJSC.

At INTERFABRIC the company will present a part of a collective exposition of Belarusian enterprises that are part of the Bellegprom consortium at booth 23F02 (Pavilion 2, Hall 3). 

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