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250 factories receive Silkflex award

‘Silkflex Grand Textile Printing Technical Seminar’ shows innovation of Bangladesh textile printing sector

Silkflex Bangladesh Ltd awarded 250 leading textile factories for their contribution to the printing sector on ’12th Silkflex Grand Textile Printing Technical Seminar’ held at Officers’ Club, Dhaka on 7th February.

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Figure 1: Factories received the ‘Silkflex Print Contest-20’ award.

Silkflex Polymers SDN BHD, Malaysia and Silkflex Bangladesh Ltd jointly organized the largest textile screen print seminar where more than 5000 people from various factories and brands were present. Reputed buyers like C7A, Puma, G-Star, Mothercare, Eurocentra, H&M’s presence made the seminar more dynamic.

Md. Kabir Mollah, Managing Director, Silkflex Bangladesh Ltd hosted the textile printing seminar and pointed out the future of the printing sector and future of Silkflex.

In the 2nd session, valued guests shared their views and experiences at the seminar. Md Mizanur Rahman, Executive Director, Rising Group shared his trust in Silkflex.

K.M Nazrul Islam, President, Screen Print Welfare Association (SPWA) suggested Silkflex provide training facilities for textile printing professionals for better research and developments.

Engr. Md. Shakhawat Talukdar, Secretary-General of ITET and Engr. Ahmed Javed Jamal, Head of Technical Operations and Marketing of Silkflex Bangladesh Ltd also spoke at the seminar.

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Figure 2: Engr. Ahmed Javed Jamal, Head of Technical Operations and Marketing of Silkflex Bangladesh Ltd also spoke at the seminar.

The textile printing sector has become an important game-changer in the textile and apparel value addition. When experts are talking about diversified products, printed garments are showing a great scope in this regard.

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Figure 3: Dr. Eric HL Tan, Managing Director of Silkflex Polymers SDN BHD, explained the main subject of the seminar ‘The Next Generation.’

Technologies and developed printing materials are serving a lot of the designers to go for diversified and customized imperative options. Digital printing, in precise, helps to transform the fashion trend very fast. Dr. Eric HL Tan, Managing Director of Silkflex Polymers SDN BHD, explained the main subject of the seminar ‘The Next Generation.’

Eric HL Tan launched the new innovative Silkbond 35NF, Silkflex PU White/clear, Silkflex Matt kote, Silkflex Silicon White products in the ‘12th Silkflex Grand Technical Seminar 2020.’ He also showed the key features of these three newly launched innovative products of Silkflex.

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Figure 4: Primary concepts of ‘The Next Generation’ delivered by Dr. Eric HL Tan, Managing Director of Silkflex Polymers SDN BHD.

The main focus of the event was the ‘Silkflex Print Contest-20’ award ceremony. Adury Fashion & Print Ltd (Thermax Group) became the champion of ‘Silkflex Print Contest-2020’.

Square Fashion Ltd, Comfit Composite Knit Ltd., Gothic Design Ltd. (Viyellatex group) received the second prize.

Whereas Impress Newtex Composite Textiles Ltd, Newtex Group, Thanbee Print World Ltd (DBL group) accomplished the third position.

Engr Abu Nesar, Sr. General Manager, Adury Fashion & Print at Thermax Group said, “Printing contest is a great initiative from Silkflex where factories showed their printing innovations. Every factory and supplier should focus on innovation for sustainable business.”

Silkflex is the only Malaysian chemical company where acrylic polymer can be refined so that buyers’ chemical requirements like ZDHC, MRSL, ESL can be fulfilled. Buyers like H&M, Puma and C&A recommend Silkflex because of its quality and ZDHC properties.

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