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World-class cashmere since 2003.


 Mewin  Cashmere


About Us 

Today, Mewin has developed itself into a leading modern agricultural and animal husbandry enterprise, integrating scientific research, animal husbandry, raw material processing and stockpile, cashmere trading, and end product production.

Also, Mewin Cashmere has established a sustained and stable relationship of cooperation with Donghai Commodity Trading Centre since 2015, transforming and upgrading to a cashmere e-commerce trading platform enterprise.




Scientific and ecological breeding

Mewin Cashmere mainly produces ultra-fine cashmere below 14.5 microns for high-grade cashmere products. Adopting the strategy of enterprise-university-researches integration, Mewin Cashmere’s large team of scientists—in conjunction with the Chinese Academy of Sciences—uses genome-assisted breeding techniques for scientific and ecological breeding of Alashan white cashmere goats for commercialization and industrialization.

Photovoltaic low-carbon cashmere production

Apart from our most advanced production line, we are the first and only photovoltaic low-carbon cashmere production supplier in the world. Mewin operates a cashmere production and trade park of nearly 6 hectares in cooperation with the local government while possessing independent pastures and a biotechnology breeding laboratory.

The largest single cashmere processing entity in China

Until today, Mewin Cashmere produced an average of 500 tonnes of cashmere for our clients. We supply world-class cashmere to the top 10 cashmere retail brands, including Loro Piana, AGNONA (acquired by ZEGNA), Colombo, N.Peal, etc. Our factory, which is located in Inner Mongolia (the world‘s best cashmere origin), is the largest single cashmere processing entity in China.

Combined with biotechnology

Based on the research and development of cooperation with the National Academy of Sciences of China, our team of scientists has analysed the genomes of goats and sheep for the first time in the world and successfully increased the embryo expansion efficiency of cashmere goats by 20 times, and the results have been published in top international academic journals. The scientists led the R&D team to survey 300,000 cashmere goats for six years, select 30,000 high-quality cashmere goats for gene sequencing and gene editing, and successfully edit the world's first ultra-fine white cashmere goat breed with a cashmere fineness of 13.8 microns in December 2016 and achieve natural breeding in 2018.

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