Shason Textile Technology to invest in Mexican textile technology
Textile technology has a long history in Mexico and is a major contributor to the country’s economic growth.
But that hasn’t always been the case.
As the country has grown more reliant on the global textile market, it has also seen a number of technological innovations that are impacting its textile industry.
Shason textile is one of the largest textile companies in Mexico, producing clothing and footwear for companies like Adidas and Gap.
Shasons manufacturing facilities in Oaxaca and Guanajuato are the main factories that make its textile products.
The company employs more than 150 people and employs around 20,000 workers.
Shasonry is a special type of fiber made from limestone.
Its fibers are made from sand, clay and a mixture of other minerals.
In recent years, the company has also been moving away from the traditional use of limestone in its production.
The latest innovation to come out of the Shason project is called “Pablo,” which stands for “pork.”
The new product uses shason fibers, a more advanced type of textile fiber, to make its clothes.
The result is a product that is much more durable and has better performance.
It is also made in smaller batches, which allows the company to produce the material in smaller quantities, making it more affordable.
A recent report by the U.S. State Department found that Mexico was “one of the most rapidly growing countries in the world for textiles,” adding that this trend could continue as the country continues to expand its textile production.
Shakers’ decision to invest is a sign of the company’s commitment to the textile industry, as well as to the community in general.
Shaker is a subsidiary of a company called Yield Capital.
The founder of Yield, Carlos Paez, is also an investor in Shakers.
Yield also owns the property that the Shakers plant is on.
The Shakers brand has a strong presence in Mexico.
Yielding Capital has invested in several other companies over the years, including the clothing company, Zara.
According to Paez in a press release, Shakers has already invested $2.5 million into the company and expects to invest another $1 million over the next year.
Shakings current goal is to produce 300,000 shirts in total, and this will give them a large amount of material to produce.
The shirts are then shipped to various retailers throughout the country, including Shakers, which makes the garments for brands like Gap and Target.
Yering’s mission is to create a strong global presence in the textile sector, but it has made a big investment in Mexico so that the company can help the local textile industry grow and improve the quality of its products.