Kaluga College for Design and Services is to hold a joint open day with Bosco on March 2, 2017. A presentation of Bosco new project is to be held during the event, and clothing to be produced at Bosco Kaluga plant is to be demonstrated. The agenda provides for visits to the college workshops and discussions with the college faculty members.
In December 2016 Kaluga Region Government concluded an agreement with Bosco di ciliegi providing for construction of a garment factory in Kaluga-Yug industrial park. The new plant is to employ 600 qualified specialists at the first stage.
Bosco managers responsible for the Kaluga project hope that Kaluga youth will be interested in their ambitious project so that they could form a professional team of specialists to produce clothing meeting high quality standards. The factory is to have a shop to design new products, and a modern laboratory to control quality of products, materials and accessories. Bosco plans to design and produce clothing for national teams, auxiliary personnel, volunteers taking part in major sports events and championships, as well as school and summer camp uniform. Apart from that the factory is to produce clothing under orders from top European brands.
Bosco plans to engage college graduates (machinists and sewing equipment setup engineers) and it is interested in training of such specialists. Three-month training courses are to be set up in the college to support the project.
College students graduating from these training courses and passing relevant qualification tests will be employed by Manufaktury Bosco OOO.
Kaluga College for Design and Services together with Bosco invites you to Open Day: 1 Kubyaka St., Kaluga. March 2, 11.00.