Senior vice president of BGMEA Faruque Hassan visited DCC in Banani, Dhaka to inspect its printing machine and technology, according to Bangladeshi media reports. He said that there are multiple possibilities in the textile printing industry of the country, but the industry lacks one stop solutions.
DCC started its operations in Bangladesh after the customers of the country’s textile sector requested the company to do so. The company is working towards setting up a world class printing studio in Bangladesh, said HN Ashikur Rahman, country manager of DCC.
DCC will be organising workshops in Bangladesh to create skilled manpower. One-stop solutions are important for establishing digital textile printing industry. These solutions will also help increase the country’s revenue from the textile sector. (KD)
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