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Bangladesh textile operators visit Arioli factory
22
Jul '17
Courtesy: Arioli Group
Courtesy: Arioli Group
About 20 selected textile operators from Bangladesh visited the works of Arioli Group in Senago. The visitors showed great interest in knowing the innovation and the competitive advantage that characterises the different production phases of Arioli machines. This has enabled Arioli to develop new contacts in an important market like Bangladesh.

The textile operators from Bangladesh were in Italy as part of promotional activities planned for 2017 in support of the textile machinery sector. ICE (Agency for the Promotion Abroad and Internationalization of Italian Companies), in collaboration with the ACIMIT Association, had organised their visit to Italy.

Bangladesh is currently one of the leading markets importing Italian machineries.

In 2016 the Italian textile machinery exports towards Asian countries increased by 13 per cent compared to the previous year, in parallel with the international standing of the country as the main reference point in the textile production field.

Commenting on the visit of Bangladeshi textile operators to their works, Arioli said, “This opportunity has enabled our company to maintain and develop new contacts with this important marketplace, boosting business opportunities and reinforcing its business presence in the country.” (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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