McFine continues to invest in the development of its own production site in Russia.
Armen Avetisyan, the owner of McFine, said that in the near future he intends to almost double the area of his production enterprise in Taldom of the Taltex shoe factory to 7 thousand square meters. meters.
“This will allow us to accommodate a larger number of production units, the staff will also be increased,” Armen Avetisyan commented. Today, according to the entrepreneur, the company is mastering new technologies, is developing the injection method, is going to master the production of shoes on polyurethane soles. The factory in Taldom produces about 7 thousand pairs of shoes per day. The enterprise produces women's men's and children's shoes of the low price segment, as well as medium and medium plus segments, sports shoes and comfort.
McFine had its own large-scale production in Russia only about two years ago. Before that, shoes were sewn at production sites located abroad. Today, according to Armen Avetisyan, it’s more profitable to sew shoes in Russia than in China, since the share of imports in the McFine shoe assortment has dropped to 15% over the past three years.
Today, McFine's business is developing in three areas - production, wholesale of shoes and the retail segment. The company owns Makfine shoe retail chains, Nobbaro retail Dina-Obuv, shoe brands El'Rosso, Benta, Makfly, Vigorous, Nobbaro.
For an exclusive interview with the founder and owner of McFine company Armen Avetisyan, read the July issue of Shoes Report magazine No. 138 / 2016