C&A and K.M. Enterprise jointly organized a seminar titled “The Artistic Chemistry of Textile Screen Printing” on October 4, in Dhaka.
C&A, an international Dutch chain of fashion retail clothing stores, has organized a seminar with its suppliers and discuss how to shorten the lead time and way outs of getting better quality.
The seminar titled “The Artistic Chemistry of Textile Screen Printing” was held on October 4 at the Atrium Restaurant, Baridhara, Dhaka.
Dr. Eric HL Tan, Technical Director of Silkflex Polymers Sdn. Bhd., was the keynote speaker of the topic who portrayed on technical troubleshooting of textile screen-printing and described their features and latest development of printing ink and other printing chemicals.
“Silkflex is a trusted and reliable supplier in our printing item for last 10 years. We hope the relation between Silkflex and C&A will grow strong in future,” Shahriar Zaman, Quality Assurance Manager of C&A Sourcing International Limited, Bangladesh Liaison Office expressed.
Silkflex is a trusted and reliable supplier in our printing item for last 10 years. We hope the relation between Silkflex and C&A will grow strong in the future.
“Due to the demand of fast fashion, retailers are struggling with short lead time and lower profit margin,” he added, with the suggestion of supplying product at a competitive price.
“We are ready to provide you a quality product with technical support and competitive prize,” Md. Kabir Mollah, Managing Director of Silkflex Bangladesh Limited assured.
Silkflex Polymer Sdn. Bhd. is a Malaysia based leading supplier of water-based textile printing inks worldwide and it is currently the market leader in Malaysia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Bangladesh and Cambodia.
General Managers from factories who are working with C&A and Silkflex were present in the event among others.