The Pyongyang Taehung Fur-tanning Factory, which was founded in December 1953, covers an area of over 50,000 square metres.
It is a comprehensive fur-tanning base with a production building of over 16,000 square metres of floor space and hundreds of modern fur tanning and processing equipment.
The factory collects and processes hundreds of thousands of hides of rabbits and other animals a year, and produces dozens of kinds of goods including scarf, shoes, belt, gloves, bag, cushion, padded coat and fur overcoat.
In particular, those made with the hides of nutria, fox, otter and badger are very popular among their users.
The products of the factory have been highly appreciated at various national and international exhibitions including Pyongyang Department Store No. 1 commodity exhibition and the Pyongyang Autumn International Trade Fair.
Ri Kyong Min, general manager of the factory, said that they would turn out quality fur goods favoured by the people, giving priority to their quality.