Bangladesh government’s support for establishment of factories, cash incentives and privilege for exports have helped units like Robin Knitwear, Sakhawat told Fibre2Fashion in an interview.
In the future, he plans to “create more opportunity for employment by increasing capacity with reduced water consumption and pollution. This will increase production and earn more foreign currency.”
Click here for the full interview.
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (KD)
| On 29th Nov 2021
Just as everyone thought that things are slowly moving back to...
Factories in China are likely to get an uninterrupted power supply...
The exports of textile and apparel from United States increased by...
Consistency is the first rule of social media
Liquidity is a primary issue in Indian context
Uniform designing is a numbers game
From design to raw material to fabrication and ultimately to delivery -...
Established since 1846, Evlox is a specialised denim manufacturer with its ...
Vikash & Vishal Pacheriwal
Launched in 2018, Raisin is a contemporary fusion fashion brand that aims...
Kevin Young & Tom Lucas
Web Industries is a precision formatter of nonwoven materials used in baby ...
Since 1971, EDANA, the International association serving the nonwovens and ...
Glatfelter is a leading global supplier of engineered materials. <b>Silke...
Label - Rocky Star
<b>Rocky Star,</b> an Indian designer known for his inspiration from the...
Shalini Sharma & Shweta Pundir Sharma
Six Yard Story
Six Yard Story is a premium artisanal brand with a focus to bring handloom ...
Vidur Adlakha & Riccardo Bennidini
With an active presence in US, Italy and India, clothing brand La Fuori...
Letter to Editor
Subscribe today and get the latest update on Textiles, Fashion, Apparel and so on.
Subscribe today and get the latest information on Textiles, Fashion, Apparel.