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Hela Clothing officially opens first lingerie facility in Kenya 

NAIROBI, Kenya, 24 Mar – A lingerie factory worth Sh618 million is officially being opened this morning by the Cabinet Secretary of Industry, Trade, and Investment Adan Mohamed at EPZ Athi River.

Hela Clothing, a subsidiary of US clothing conglomerate Phillips-Van Heusen Corporation, has exported intimate wear worth Sh150 million in the last six months for Calvin Klein, Victoria Secrets and other licensed brands.

This is the first ever production facility of global renown intimate wear brands such as Victoria Secrets in Kenya.

Separately, Dr Victor Koh from Singapore, an expert in Special Economic Zones will share his knowledge and insights with various stakeholders in Economic Zones.

During this engagement, he will also share on the success of Singapore and China, one of the pioneer Special Economic Zones countries.

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