Sterling Group, one of the biggest names in Bangladesh’s garments industry, will invest US 15 million dollars to set up a readymade garments manufacturing factory in Ishwardi Export Processing Zone, Pabna.
Sterling Classicwears Limited will produce 15 million pieces of garment items and create employment for over 5,600 workers, according to a press release of Bangladesh Export Processing Zones Authority (BEPZA).
Siddiqur Rahman, Sterling Group Chairman, and Mohammad Faruque Alam, Member of BEPZA, signed an agreement on November 1, 2018, in this regard.
With efficient management and experienced technical staff, Sterling began its journey with one factory in 1984 and by now it has made a remarkable progress in the global apparel and fashion world and the group now consists of 4 units.
Currently, it is manufacturing all sorts of woven bottom wears with a production capacity of 62,000 pieces per month; specializing in pants, shorts, barmudas, and skirts.
The group consists of 9 companies: Sterling Creations Ltd, Sterling Apparels Ltd, Sterling Denims Ltd, Sterling Laundry Ltd, Unicorn Sweaters Ltd, Sterling Stocks & Securities Ltd, Sterling Styles Ltd, and Bando Design Ltd.
The company is now exporting to major retailers and brands, like Lee, H&M, Zara, GAP, C&A, Benetton and S. Oliver, located in the US, Europe, and Canada.