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Dhaka to host 3 sourcing tradeshows for RMG industry
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Mar '14
Dhaka will host three international tradeshows with participation from more than 30 countries to showcase latest in Garmentech manufacturing technology, yarn and fabrics and garment accessories & packaging under one-roof for the benefit of readymade garment (RMG) sector of the country from March 6-9, 2014.
 
The 13th edition of GARMENTECH Bangladesh 2014 – International Apparel Machinery & Allied Products Tradeshow, the 5th edition of International Yarn & Fabrics Sourcing Fair, and the 5th edition of GAP Expo-2014 — International Garment Accessories, Packaging & Related Machinery Expo are all being organized at the Bangabandu International Conference Centre by Zakaria Trade & Fair International, ASK Trade & Exhibitions Pvt. Ltd. and Bangladesh Garment Accessories & Packaging Manufacturers & Exporters Association (BGAPMEA).
 
GARMENTECH Bangladesh 2014 will showcase the latest in global technology related to the garment making. Latest in technology related to improving Productivity, Quality, Compliance & Value addition—the key concerns of the Bangladesh garment industry—will be showcased by the global leaders in technology and machinery at the four day show.
 
As Bangladesh has established itself as one of the leading suppliers of RMG to the world, the expectations of safety and compliance is growing. On the other hand, the Bangladesh clothing industry is moving up the value chain by producing value-added garments. It is in this context that GARMENTECH Bangladesh becomes an important event for the industry to not only source latest machinery but also see new technology in action, according to an official press release.
 
GARMENTECH Bangladesh 2014 will showcase the latest in sewing, knitting, embroidery, laundry, finishing, dyeing, CAD/CAM, printing, cutting, and spreading machinery from leading companies of Japan, Korea, Taiwan, China, India, Turkey, Hong Kong, Singapore, Germany, the US, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Some of the machinery is being launched for the first time in Bangladesh at the Show.
 
The International Yarn & Fabrics Sourcing Fair will have the latest collection of natural and synthetic yarn and fabric and its blends both for woven and knit sectors being showcased by overseas companies from India, China, Singapore and Bangladesh. The show will enable entrepreneurs keen on producing value-added garments to source newer and innovative blends of natural and synthetic fabrics.
 
The GAP Expo-2014, organized by the BGAPMEA, will have largest collection of garment accessories and packaging used by the RMG industry to be showcased by leading companies from Bangladesh as well as from overseas. Participating companies will be showcasing garment accessories, packaging and related machinery including labels, zippers, tags, tapes, thread, ribbon, buttons, rivets, laces, hooks, transfer film, paper, ink etc., along with related machinery including pre-press equipment, mounted corrugated machine, sheet cutter & pressing, rotary cutting & creasing machine & trouser hooks fixing machine.

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