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Thrust on replication of Danish tech in RMG

The Energy Efficiency Engagement (3e) Secretariat in collaboration with the Embassy of Denmark in Dhaka jointly organized a seminar titled ‘Renewable Energy, Energy and Water Efficiency in the Textile/Garment Industry’ on Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at Hotel Radisson Blu, Dhaka. The focus of the seminar was to promote effective implementation of Energy, Renewable Energy and Water Efficiency in the Textile/Garment Industry in Bangladesh, create awareness among industries, share key findings and achievements of the 3e programme and showcase Danish Technological solutions to the industries. The program started with a welcome address by Søren Robenhagen, Commercial Counsellor at

BD aims to grow 10pc of cotton usage by 2025

Bangladesh, which grows about 180,000 bales (1 bale=218 kgs) of cotton in a year or 1 per cent of the annual demand, now aims to grow I million cotton bales by 2025. The country is now the biggest importer of cotton in the world and spends more than $3 billion on cotton imports annually, of which, India meets 50 per cent of the current cotton demand. Speaking at a press conference, Mehdi Ali, general secretary of Bangladesh Cotton Association cotton(BCA) said, “We have targeted to meet 10 per cent of our yearly demand from domes...

Textile seminar to focus on sustainability

Bangladesh textile seminar that will kick off from February 16 will focus on sustainability in the textile industry. The two-day programme will analyse the Bangladesh textile industry to undertake various corporate social responsibilities. The summit is a platform to connect with textile industry peers, existing customers and potential clients. rmgbdThe conference aims at analysing the Bangladesh textile industry in order to get a better understanding of its textile market and avoid the risks while finding opportunities. The ...

‘New apparel export markets will benefit Bangladesh’

A top advisor to the Bangladeshi prime minster has suggested that the Bangladesh apparel export industry should explore new markets, rather than just concentrating on exporting to the US and the EU. Dr Gowher Rizvi, international affairs adviser to the prime minister observed this while speaking at the ‘BIDS Research Almanac 2016’ held in Dhaka. rmgA leading Bangladeshi daily quoted Dr Rizvi as saying that exploring new regions and countries like Eastern Europe, Central Europe, Africa and Turkey, would accelerate growth and human ...

‘Efficient use of resources will boost RMG exports’

Bangladesh will have to improve the methods of using resources in the textile sector if it intends to reach the target of $50 billion in the readymade garments (RMG) exports. Speakers at a workshop on ‘Reducing Water & Recovering Heat’ highlighted the importance of improving the production efficiency of textile sector using sustainable methods. The workshop that was held in Dhaka, was jointly organised by Partnership for Cleaner Textile (PaCT) program of International Finance Corporation (IFC), World Bank Group, and the Textile rmgbd

Bringing innovative-high quality, trendy textiles to BD

Bangladesh’s booming $26 billion garment industries the key driver of the Bangladesh economy and the nation’s development. RMG exports account for over 80% of the nation’s export earnings. Second only to China, the world's second-largest apparel exporter of western brands, Bangladesh’s industry has 60% of the export contracts of western brands with European buyers and 40% with American buyers. Dhaka, as the commercial capital of Bangladesh is home to quality manufacturers and exporters of garments. As a professional garmenting hub, Dhaka has attracted manufacturers