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 Ulemj Cashmere LLC first started cashmere trading operation in 1995, which makes the company one of the oldest in the field of cashmere. Throughout this time we have established largest cashmere supply chain within 12 /out of 21/ provinces of Mongolia.

   Supply chain location is carefully selected depending on its cashmere quality. Each year we trade around 600 tons of raw cashmere, 80 percent of it being traded locally and 20 percent of it being exported to abroad.

   Since 2004, our second main focus was to produce value added Cashmere fiber to supply foreign and local companies. Such as: washed cashmere, dehaired cashmere and cashmere yarn.

   Based on our growth potential we’re keen to produce and export value added products to the rest of the world. We want to give everyone a chance to explore and use this luxury fiber at affordable price.

GENERAL DIRECTOR OF
ULEMJ CASHMERE LLC

Founder Of Mongolian Cashmere and Wool Supplier’s Association

INITIAL STAGE PROCESSING PLANT

In 2008, the company has invested in initial stage cashmere processing plant in purpose of exporting dehaired cashmere.

Our processing plant is located in Ulaanbaatar with total of 40 full time staff during peak time, produces 200kg/24hrs, with use of 22 cashmere dehairing machine

TRADING OPERATION (EMEELT MARKET)

Every year from middle of February to end of October, our team based in “Emeelt” market, in order to receive and trade raw cashmere on 24/7 basis.

Around 80 percent of the cashmere we bought is being traded back in “Emeelt” market, and rest of 20 percent goes to export both in washed and dehaired.

EXPORT

We started our export in 2002, when raw cashmere only available to export at the Mongolia and China board.

Since then we have been continuously exporting cashmere to China, India and Italy.

Cashmere export in China

Washed cashmere

TRADING OPERATION (EMEELT MARKET)

Every year from middle of February to end of October, our team based in “Emeelt” market, in order to receive and trade raw cashmere on 24/7 basis.

Around 80 percent of the cashmere we bought is being traded back in “Emeelt” market, and rest of 20 percent goes to export both in washed and dehaired.