Wednesday، 2 December 2020

Daily production of 7,000 isolated clothing for the medical staff

Shahrohk Jafari, managing director of Selebon (a well known Iranian fashion brand), announced that Iranian fashion brands have decided to undertake the production and supply of special protective clothing such as isolated overalls and masks for the medical staff, until the day this need is fully satisfied. He continued that currently, Selebon is acting as the headquarters for production of these clothing by the private sector, and in addition to handling the administration and logistics of this task, has the duty to cut the fabrics and distribute them among selected needlework factories. These factories produce a total of 7,000 sets of isolated clothing each day.

The fabric needed for this production is procured and provided by the Nafas campaign and other costs are borne by the members of the “Association for Production and Export of Textile & Clothing of Iran”. Some of these members have spent as much as 70 million tomans in this process voluntarily.

Shahrohk Jafari, managing director of Selebon (a well known Iranian fashion brand), announced that Iranian fashion brands have decided to undertake the production and supply of special protective clothing such as isolated overalls and masks for the medical staff, until the day this need is fully satisfied. He continued that currently, Selebon is acting as the headquarters for production of these clothing by the private sector, and in addition to handling the administration and logistics of this task, has the duty to cut the fabrics and distribute them among selected needlework factories. These factories produce a total of 7,000 sets of isolated clothing each day.

The fabric needed for this production is procured and provided by the Nafas campaign and other costs are borne by the members of the “Association for Production and Export of Textile & Clothing of Iran”. Some of these members have spent as much as 70 million tomans in this process voluntarily.

Shahrohk Jafari, managing director of Selebon (a well known Iranian fashion brand), announced that Iranian fashion brands have decided to undertake the production and supply of special protective clothing such as isolated overalls and masks for the medical staff, until the day this need is fully satisfied. He continued that currently, Selebon is acting as the headquarters for production of these clothing by the private sector, and in addition to handling the administration and logistics of this task, has the duty to cut the fabrics and distribute them among selected needlework factories. These factories produce a total of 7,000 sets of isolated clothing each day.

The fabric needed for this production is procured and provided by the Nafas campaign and other costs are borne by the members of the “Association for Production and Export of Textile & Clothing of Iran”. Some of these members have spent as much as 70 million tomans in this process voluntarily.

Brands such as Selebon, Sarak, LC Man, By11, Serge, Siavood, Corom, Behbood and also private factories such as Kermani, Movafegh, Golchoobian, Arab, Mirchenari, Soltani and Abdollahi are participating in this task free of charge and certain other factories are contributing with discounted charges. The produced clothing will be distributed among designated hospitals after sterilization at the Atomic Energy Organization facilities. 

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