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Dears Sirs!
We wish you a successful business and offer a mutually beneficial cooperation in a textile field. Our company sells Mongolian blankets, plaids and accessories of cashmere and camel wool, yarns and fabric.
We collaborate with a number of textile mills in Mongolia but for the most part our company represents the production of the stock company Gobi Corporation (Mongolia), one of the world largest enterprises for the processing and production of high quality products of so unique a stuff as goat cashmere, camel wool, angora and yak. The Gobi Company was established in 1981 with the technical and economic assistance of Japan. To date the Gobi Corporation has the capacity to process 1000 tons of raw cashmere and 200 tons of camel wool and to produce 260 tons of dehaired cashmere, 490 000 pieces of knitwear and 90 000 running meters of blankets. Moreover, 83 percent of all production is exported to Europe, South-East Asia and North America. The Gobi Company manufactures its products using Japanese and Italian world-acknowledged technology that completely meets the consumers requirements. The principal advantages of Gobi Corporation products are high quality, originality of raw material that is used in production, excellent consumer characteristics. The Gobi production has been twice awarded the International Trophy for Quality in 1983, 1986 and the Global Quality Management Organization Commitment to Quality award in 1994, 1997 and 2003. Our companys target is to introduce Russian producers and ultimate consumers to ecologically clean and possessing therapeutic action both the cultivated raw material and the textile goods made by Gobi Co. The collection of textile good consists of the blankets, the plaids and of course a wide range of fashionable and modern outer knitwear and accessories for men and women (shawls, scarfs, caps, gloves, socks) made of 100% cashmere, camel wool, angora and yak. By obtaining our goods you support comfortable and warm atmosphere at your home for many years! We sincerely hope that our goods will satisfy the most discerning of your customers. Cashmere No other fabric can be simultaneously so soft, gentle, light and warm as cashmere it is a unique, natural fiber. There is a mistaken opinion when people think that cashmere is an expensive or good-dressed wool. But cashmere is a fluff (undercoat) of mountain goats, which is pulled out or manually brushed in spring, when after a winter cold the fluff is not needed for goats any more. Major suppliers of cashmere are Mongolia and China (Province of China, called Inner Mongolia). There are also cashmere from India in the market (the main region of producing is Kashmir state), Iran and Afghanistan. But such a fluff is more dirty, the hair is thicker and more dark, so the value of the fluff gets noticeably below. Breeders tried to grow cashmere goats in other places, removed them to Australia, New Zealand and Scotland. But in other climatic conditions (lack of sharply continental climate - cold winter and hot summer) undercoat lost its precious quality: lightness and remarkable ability to keep warm. Europe learned of cashmere in the 18 st century, thanks to Josephine. After one of the eastern military campaign Napoleon brought her a woollen shawl , that was thin, almost transparent, decorated with embroidery, with a surprising name Pashmina. After 200 years Pashmina remains a classic accessory and an essential addition to fashionable clothes. Some interesting information: In order to get the fluff goats shouldnt be trimmed, they have to be combed out with a special device which plucks the fluff. And it is possible to get only 100 grams of fluff of one goat per year, perhaps maximum of 200 grams. It requires a fluff of 4-6 animals to knit one cashmere sweater. A lengthy cardigan in 10 yarns requires a fluff of 20 animals. These are some facts that define the very high price on the production of real cashmere. How can we define the difference between wool and cashmere? Our fingers can help us in this, determining the difference of one micron. For example, a human hair amounts about 50 microns and a high-quality cashmere stuff consists of filaments of 16 microns. That is why a touch of cashmere seems us so wonderful. The popularity of cashmere in the world is ever rising. This is because the living standards and common weal in Europe, the USA and Japan has increased markedly. And people prefer to buy the best that exists in the textile market - cashmere knitwear. Even if it is exorbitantly costly, but its non-allergenicity and extraordinary softness and comfort make cashmere more and more popular worldwide every day. All the major fashion houses complement their collections with cashmere models, but basically this is garments of cashmere which is mixed with other materials (30-50% cashmere).
Camel wool
Historically, the camel wool is considered as holy on the East, its presence in the house brings happiness and good luck. Even under the death penalty it was forbidden to step on it. The eastern culture affected vividly on the Europe, it concerns camel wool also. Camel wool goods become the most prestigious and popular in many countries. Camel wool contains the largest quantity of lanolin (animal wax) than any kind of wool. At the temperature of 36-37 degrees centigrade lanolin absorbs easily into skin and has a favorable influence upon it and muscles and joints also. Moreover, camel wool doesnt electrify and removes static stress, these features are of great importance nowadays when we use electrical appliances and computer equipment a lot. Long thick wool of camels, which live at large areas from Mongolia to the Himalayas, securely retains the heat, protects against moisture. Exactly because of these qualities camel wool is considered to be one of the most expensive. The healing properties of camel wool have been well known for a long time. In Kazakhstan and Central Asia it was used especially widely. For the prevention and treatment of many diseases, including diseases of peripheral nervous system, folk medicine recommended various procedures that provide thermal effects. Camel wool suites best of all for such purposes. Why should it be the camel wool exactly? In fact, it has some features that distinguish it from other types of wool, and give it truly unique properties. Camel wool consists of coarse hair and soft undercoat. Camel hair is hollow that provides it with additional heat-insulating properties and lightness. Wool protects not only against supercooling in the cold time, but also against overheating in the heat. It is twice lighter than sheep wool and more strong. Thanks to these properties camel undercoat is considered to be the best suitable fabric for the production of clothes which possess therapeutic action. Camel wool neutralizes the toxins produced by organism, and provides cosmetological effect, rejuvenates the skin, making it more elastic and plastic. Properties of wool Wool is elastic, strong and durable, has a crimp (the thinner wool the crimper fiber). The crimpiness promotes getting fluffy and elastic yarn, and increase of garments wearing period. Thanks to good elasticity wool products do not become crumpled and retain a good look for a long time. Wool is hygroscopic, i.e. has the ability to absorb water. At the high humidity it can absorb up to a 33% of moisture relatively its own weight, it wont become wet to the touch and will slowly pay it in the environment. The heat conduction coefficient of wool is lower than of many textile fibers. That is why wool bedding is the warmest. The basic substance which the wool consists of is keratin - belongs to the group of protein substances. At all times the wool has been valued for its curative properties. As long ago as in old times people were saved from dental and headache by winding the head round with a woolen scarf. Wool products are especially recommended for people suffering from radiculitis and rheumatism. Radiculitis is a disease related to the spine. It is counter-indicative for people suffering from radiculitis to sleep on the downy bedding. At night the temperature of the body falls slightly, and people try to get warm by wrapping themselves up in the blanket, but throw it off after a while because it becomes too hot. Wet body instantly supercools and in the morning the person can not turn his neck or bend down. This causes because the body requires a dry heat, and it can not get it under the downy blanket, which is not breathable. Quite the reverse, the wool absorbs moisture and allows the body to breathe, neutralizes unhealthy substances, which the skin secretes with perspiration. Due to the fact that the wool from which we produce our products is not processed with chemicals and dyes, it retains its biological properties and lanolin which is so useful to the health.
Wool products are also recommended to the people who suffer from:
orthopaedic diseases;
asthmatic (bronchial) diseases;
circulatory violations.,div>
During the night, sleeping people lose from half to a litre of moisture with perspiration. Wool absorbs moisture seven times faster than any other textile fibers and allows the body to stay dry and warm. Thanks to its unique properties, similar to the properties of human skin, wool supports the climatic conditions that are necessary for the organism. Already a century ago, the famous researcher of wool properties, Professor Yeger, found that wool can neutralize skin evaporation. Current studies of sleeping hygiene can confirm that wool, which is sheared off the live animal, neutralizes toxic substances. Under the normal circumstances, wool doesnt electrify almost at all and doesnt keep dust. Despite the scaly structure and natural curliness the wool is related to a smooth fibers. Wool pushes off the water and other liquids. Because of the large volume of air concluded in wool, water and cleaning supplies easily pass through it and dissolve a dirt. Among the indisputable merits of the wool are the following:
wool allows the body to breathe;
wool neutralizes toxic substances released together with perspiration;
wool keeps the body in a dry heat;
wool is elastic; wool has a property to remain clean.
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