In this era of the competitive market, the world is striving for achieving higher productivity. The average variation of productivity is 72.96% in the textile sub-sector.
For potential business growth and holding a sustainable position in the market, now productivity and efficiency are the important and core part of the apparel Industry.
Recently 26 companies have won the Productivity and Quality Excellence Award 2020 under different categories and subcategories.
Among the textile and apparel industries, Denim export giant Envoy Textiles became the champion, MM Ispahani venture Pahartali Textile and Hosiery Mills (PTHM) stood second and Karooni Knit Composite Ltd won the third prize.
Engr. Kutubuddin Ahmed, Chairman, Envoy Textiles Limited received the award at a grand ceremony at a hotel in Dhaka. While Tanvir Ahmed, Managing Director, Envoy Legacy Group and Director of BGMEA was also present.
Nurul Majid Mahmud Humayun, Minister of Industries of Bangladesh said, “We are moving in that direction. We have a comprehensive plan to increase productivity in the industrial sector. We have also included guidelines in the five-year plan for increasing industrial productivity.”
PTHM is also a nominated supplier for the world-renowned retail clothing brands. It follows corporate governance and serves society through education, sports, and ensuring safety environment.
According to PTHM, “State-of-the-art new manufacturing unit of PTHM is highly advanced and automated which ensures consistency and high quality in numerous yarn types.”
Previously, Ispahani Tea Limited, another concern of Ispahani Group won the first position in the Large Industry (Food) category of the ‘National Productivity and Quality Excellence Award 2019’.
Karooni Knit Composite Ltd is a top quality and innovative apparel and textile conglomerate with manufacturing facility from Bangladesh. It is lead certified textile and apparel manufacturer with 100%sustainability goal setting.
In the services category, Nitol Insurance, Mir Telecom and Digicon Technologies won the first, second and third positions, respectively.
Of the IT firms, only Service Engine Ltd has been recognised by the government for its productivity and quality excellence.
Cement producer Premier Cement Mills, Tibet soap’s maker Kohinoor Chemical Company, and Square Toiletries have won the top three prized respectively under the large chemical industries category.