In order to meet Bangladesh’s ambitious target of $50 billion worth apparel exports in 2021, improving the current machinery and technology is necessary. The current capacity of Bangladesh is way less because of the country’s dependence on import and the use of old and outdated techniques in terms of machinery in the industry.
It can be expected that there will be a huge demand for textile and garment machinery with the strong support from government. This event will help the booming industry.
DTG 2016, being jointly organised by the Bangladesh Textile Mills Association (BTMA), Chan Chao International and Yorkers Trade and Marketing Service, will see participation from more than 1,000 companies and 32 countries. They will be displaying a large variety of state-of-the-art textile and garment technologies, machinery and parts.
More than 1,160 booths will introduce the latest machines and technology to the whole textile and garment industry of Bangladesh, including spinning, weaving, knitting, dyeing, printing, finishing, testing, washing, embroidery, sewing and other related equipments.
The event will be supported by Fibre2Fashion.com as its official online media partner. (MCJ)
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