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US brands to stay put in Bangla
Most global brands doing business in Bangladesh have decided to stay put in the country. Serial attacks on the foreigners by the Islamist extremists have not deterred them from continuing business, and they have emphasised their willingness to buy products from Bangladesh’s garment sector.
Trousers top Bangla’s RMG export list
Bangladesh’s total readymade garment (RMG) shipment touched $28.09 billion in the last fiscal, of which trousers topped the list of apparel exports item accounting for more than 22 per cent.
Jeanologia leads transformation of Bangladesh textile industry
The Spanish company Jeanologia leads the transformation of the Bangladesh textile industry towards sustainability with its efficient combination of laser, dry and wet ozone G2 and e-Flow nano bubbles. With its latest release, Light PP Spray, it has managed to eliminate the process of potassium permanganate spraying, replacing the most damaging technique to workers and the environment.
A whole new world of testing
A whole new world of quality testing has opened up with the launch of the USTER® TESTER 6 at ITMA in 2015. Unparalleled test speeds, extended capabilities and the pathway to Total Testing—with mill-wide quality and profitability benefits—are already appreciated by users, including one of the biggest spinners in Bangladesh. Now, the USTER® TESTER 6 made its public debut in Asia at Dhaka International Textile & Garment Machinery Exhibition (DTG).
Sustainability catches up with India & B´desh
Let´s look at some examples in India and its neighbour, Bangladesh. Exploration Architecture, a company that specialises in biomimicry, has completed its design for a sustainable factory in Nagpur, India
Japan cotton traders join ICA´s ´safe trading´ community
Joining some of the world´s major cotton organisations, the Japan Cotton Traders´ Association (JCTA) has become a member of the International Cotton Association (ICA) and officially joined its ´safe trading´ community.
BCI joins ICA
The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) has become a member of the International Cotton Association (ICA). It now joins Supima, the Bangladesh Cotton Association, the Brazilian Association of Cotton Producers, the Spinners & Weavers Association of Korea, the Australian Cotton Shippers Association and Turkey´s IPUD, who have all signed up to ICA membership and safe trading.
World cotton imports may recover
In the 2015-16 season, world cotton imports may recover modestly, increasing 2 per cent to 7.7 mts with imports outside of China rising by 3 per cent to 6.1 mts. In 2011-12, Chinese imports more than doubled from the previous season to 5.3 mts and surpassed the total volume of imports by the rest of world, which reached only 4.4 mts.