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Bangladesh’s Beximco to use latest textile making tech

Sep 06, 2021
Bangladesh’s Beximco to use latest textile making tech

Bangladesh 

Beximco—Bangladesh’s leading textile and apparel maker—is leveraging innovative technologies to gain global market share and deepen relationships with customers in the fashion and retail industries.

Beximco has been quick to adapt technological innovation, one of its hallmarks since it began operations over 26 years ago. The company employs advanced design, manufacturing and distribution solutions to add value to its customers’ businesses across the entire value chain. It is a one-stop shop that gives clients best in class service with flexibility, agility and speed.

One area Beximco has excelled in is its use of “smart fabrics,” or textiles that leverage technology for fashion or design purposes and makes use of performance fabrics that can be engineered to integrate features such as thermal management, quick drying, extra durability, antimicrobial, odor free, or UV protection.

Beximco’s technology initiatives help to slash manufacturing lead times and retailers’ time to market, allowing the company to cater to fast evolving fashion trends. Since advanced PPE testing facilities were limited in Bangladesh, the company formed a strategic partnership with Intertek UK to create an on-site laboratory.

Beximco Group is one of the largest private sector conglomerates in Bangladesh. They have operations and investments across a wide range of industries including Textiles, Pharmaceuticals, Oil & Gas, Renewable Energy, Real Estate development, Construction, Trading, Information and Communication Technologies, Media, Direct Satellite to Home Television and Financial Services.

Source: Forbes

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