Textile and Clothing Industry in Latvia

ARTEX LATVIA LTD

General Information
Registration number: 
40103299681
Year of foundation: 
2010
Industry (NACE 2): 
MANUFACTURING
13 Manufacture of textiles
13.9 Manufacture of other textiles n.e.c.
13.92 Manufacture of made-up textile articles, except apparel
13.99 Manufacture of other textile
14 Manufacture of wearing apparel
14.1 Manufacture of wearing apparel, except fur apparel
14.12 Manufacture of workwear
14.13 Manufacture of other outerwear
14.14 Manufacture of underwear
14.19 Manufacture of other wearing apparel and accessories
Number of employees: 
101 - 200
Turnover (EUR):
4 000 001 - 5 000 000
2018
2 000 001 - 3 000 000
2017
Export volume (EUR):
500 001 - 1 000 000
2018
1 000 001 - 2 000 000
2017
Export countries: 
Estonia
Germany
Sweden
United Kingdom
Certificates: 
ISO 9001, GOTS
Head of the Company
Name, surname: 
Ms Dace Stungrevica - Chairwoman of the Board
Contact Information
Address: 
Mazā Juglas iela 3, Rīga, LV-1064, Latvia
Phone: 
+371-28335978
E-mail: 
dace [dot] stungrevica [at] artex [dot] lv
Contact persons' name, surname: 
Ms Dace Stungrevica - Chairwoman of the Board
Languages spoken : 
English
Latvian
Russian
Business Profile and Cooperation Interests
Business profile: 

Our core business areas are:

  1. production of textiles for industrial applications (for the automotive, public transport (trains), and aircraft industries)
  2. upholstery for furniture and public offices
  3. tricot garment production

The company has strong technical capabilities – laser cutting, natural leather cutting, automatic fabric cutter, various types of machinery for sewing fabrics, laminated materials and leather, flatlock for tricot sewing. Our key competences are: technical design/engineering, product development, supply chain, production, assembling, and logistics.
Certificates: ISO 9001, GOTS.

Target export countries: 
Estonia
Germany
Sweden
United Kingdom
Cooperation interests: 

We are looking for new customers in our core business areas – the automotive, public transport sectors; furniture upholstery production; tricot garment production.

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