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Source more from Bangladesh: BGMEA President to US buyers

BGMEA President Faruque Hassan called upon brands and buyers in the USA to source more garments, including non-cotton and high-end apparel products from Bangladesh.

He made the call when Richard Rosenthal, CEO of Tailor Vintage, paid a courtesy visit to him at BGMEA’s office in Gulshan on October 7.

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Figure: BGMEA President Faruque Hassan and greeting Richard Rosenthal, CEO of Tailor Vintage.

BGMEA Vice President Miran Ali and Mohammed Yusuf Ali Khan, Tailor Vintage’s Country Manager in Bangladesh, were also present on the occasion. Tailor Vintage is a renowned apparel brand in the USA.

Faruque Hassan said unprecedented strides in safety, sustainability and social compliance in the RMG industry have earned Bangladesh global recognitions and made the country a preferable sourcing destination among buyers.

He also highlighted the future priorities of the apparel industry especially increased focus on non-cotton and high-end product segment.

The BGMEA President requested Richard Rosenthal to share the positive developments and stories about Bangladesh’s RMG industry in the USA.

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