Preloader
Preloader

WIDE RANGE AND GROWING DEMAND: MAIN COMPONENTS OF SUCCESS

03.06.2020 г.

The BestTeх LLC company (Brest, Belarus) is a participant of the INTERFABRIC-2020. AUTUMN exhibition

This enterprise was founded 20 years ago and today is one of the leaders in Belarus and Russia in supplying of a wide assortment of high-quality fabrics delivered from China, South Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia, Turkey and many European countries for the manufacture of clothes. The company is constantly expanding its product range and pursuing a flexible pricing policy, which ensures the growing demand for BestTex products in the Belarusian and Russian markets.

BestTex LLC offers a wide range of fabrics, as well as rugs, bedspreads for sewing industries, textile material stores, and wholesale companies. Production of rugs and bedspreads made from high quality raw materials under the Bavelana brand has become a new direction of the company’s activity.

The main products of the assortment offered by Best Tex are lining fabrics made of cotton, polyester, as well as knitted; in the segment of textile materials this is blouse satin, crepe chiffon. Among the main types of the company's assortment there are, for example, organza and fleece, fabrics for raincoats, coats, guipure and costume fabrics, various types of suede and velor, faux fur and Bengalin. It is possible to purchase goods on order. More than 2 million meters of fabric are in stock. Delivery is carried out in all CIS countries.

Best Tex satisfies to the maximum extent the needs for fabrics of the largest enterprises of the Belarusian light industry - Kalinka, Kupalinka, as well as sewing enterprises of small and medium-sized businesses.

The company has offices, warehouses and shops in Minsk, Grodno, Baranovichi, Moscow and St. Petersburg.

The BestTex strategy is aimed at the constant search and implementation of new opportunities for expanding areas of activity and for a wider geography of sales.

https://besttex.by

Sign up for the newsletter to be the first to receive news of the exhibition: