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BIGTEX 2018 opens its doors to textile firms at Chattogram
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May '18
Courtesy: Redcarpet 365 Ltd
Courtesy: Redcarpet 365 Ltd
BIGTEX 2018, a garment and textile machinery, equipment, technology, and accessories expo, has opened its doors to leading garment and textile companies at the GEC convention centre, Chattogram, Bangladesh. The event, which provides an excellent platform for manufacturers to network with global traders and wholesales, will go on till May 12, 2018.

A J M Nasir Uddin, honorable mayor, Chattogram City Corporation, inaugurated the exhibition. At the opening ceremony other special guests were Moinuddin Ahmed, first vice president, BGMEA, Mansoor Ahmed, first vice president, BKMEA, Sayed Nurul Islam, CEO Well Group.

The expo has almost 120 stalls with products from 12 countries including Bangladesh, China, England, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Sri Lanka, and Turkey.

The trade event will play an important role with the latest machineries, technologies, dyes / chemicals, yarns, fabrics available for Bangladesh on display with manufacturers / suppliers from the world available to our Industry at the doorstep. It will also provide an opportunity to experts, engineers, and technicians in the field of textile to have a practical knowledge of the recent technological advancements available, without going abroad.

Ahmed Imtiaz, CEO, Redcarpet365 Ltd., said, “The vast economic potential of Chittagong, a city with unique advantages of ports, roads, and railways, largely remains untapped. The port city can well drive the economy to achieve the coveted middle income status and reach the target of US$ 50 billion garment export. So there is lot of opportunities with sustainable business in this area.” (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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