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Gina Tricot arranges get together with 50 RMG factories

Gina Tricot, a Swedish fashion brand organized a get-together with around 50 factory owners, professionals, and brands on April 5 at hotel Le Meridian in Dhaka.

Gina Tricot held get together with 50 RMG factories
Figure: Gina Tricot is offering feminine fashion to women in over 30 countries and sources sustainable products from Bangladesh.

Gina Tricot is offering feminine fashion to women in over 30 countries and sources sustainable products from Bangladesh.

In this event, Ginat Tricot recognized its suppliers through a certificate, including Fakir Fashion, Adury Apparel’s ltd, Globus garments ltd, Shasha garments ltd, JL sweater Ltd, Ocean sweater ltd, Momtex expo ltd, Shabab fabrics, Tushuka trousers ltd.

Ahsan Mahmood, Country Manager Gina Tricot hosted the event. And Ted Boman, Chief Executive Officer, Gina Tricot AB; Emma Garrote Fredman, Global Production and Sustainability Manager at Gina Tricot; Joachim Modigh  CFO, Gina Tricot were present there.

Ted Boman, Chief Executive Officer, Gina Tricot AB said, “We have very firm sourcing and production strategy that is well routed and to establish new business. Ass Bangladesh is very important so we have invested in a local production office with our own staff covering sourcing, merchandising, quality, CSR, environment said.”

As an organization, they face many challenges ahead within the sustainability field, and they are determined to pursue this in a dedicated and humble way.

Also, they are constantly striving to identify where they can make the biggest contribution and focus their efforts.

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