Iran Textiles and apparel industry
Iran has a rich textile history.
Archeologists can date the country’s textile production back at least 10,000 years. In those early years Persia produced tapestries and carpets for domestic and international markets, which were particularly renowned for their elaborate designs and colors.
much of the output of Persia’s weavers has rightly been hailed as masterworks.
The first European-style factories in Persia were established in the 1850s and were among the first establishments in the country to use modern technology.
The Iranian textile industry consists of companies engaged in spinning, weaving, knitting, dyeing, and printing, and of finishing plants that process yarns from natural and synthetic fibers to produce a variety of woven and knitted fabrics.