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Technical textile makers from Bangladesh showing their strengths at Techtextil 2022

Technical textile manufacturing firms from Bangladesh are taking part in the international exhibition Techtextil in Frankfurt Germany begun yesterday on 21 June will continue till 24 June. BGMEA is leading the delegation–technical textiles manufacturing factories.

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Figure 1: From left Zarin Rashid, Director, TRZ Garments Industry and BAYLA; Shahiduallh Azim, Vice President, BGMEA; Mohammad Kamal Uddin, Chairman, Trade Fair, BGMEA Standing Committee and MD of Torque Group; Haroon Ar Rashid, Managing Director, TRZ Garments Industry Ltd and Director, BGMEA; Humayon Kabir Salim, Managing Director, Khantex Fashions Ltd.

For the first time BGMEA-comprising its member factories who specialized for technical textiles production–is exhibiting and presenting Bangladesh such an international expo.

Techtextil is the leading trade fair for the technical textiles, smart textiles, and nonwoven technologies industry. With its extensive supporting program of lectures, showcases and competitions, Techtextil offers exhibitors and visitors an insight into the latest developments in the industry, as well as additional technical inspiration.

TRZ Garments Industry Ltd, Urmi Group, Khantex Fashions Ltd and Snowtex Group—these four member factories of BGMEA are participating in Techtextil from 21 to the 24 June and showcasing their product ranges.

The BGMEA delegation headed by BGMEA Vice President Shahiduallh Azim will showcase the strengths of Bangladesh’s apparel industry, especially its prioritized focus on man-made fibres (MMF) and growing capabilities in producing value-added apparel made from non-cotton and technical textiles.

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Figure 2: The trade show will be a vast platform for Bangladesh’s apparel industry to brand Bangladesh as a promising manufacturer of high-end non-cotton apparels.

The trade show will be a vast platform for Bangladesh’s apparel industry to brand Bangladesh as a promising manufacturer of high-end non-cotton apparels.

The Export Promotion Bureau (EPB) is supporting the Bangladeshi delegation to participate in the exhibition.

With twelve application areas, Techtextil promises a wide variety and breadth of product offerings as well as innovative strength on the part of suppliers – from car makers, fashion designers, medical technology specialists to industrial specialists. Exhibitors at Techtextil offer innovative materials for all requirements.

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Figure 3: The Export Promotion Bureau (EPB) is supporting the Bangladeshi delegation to participate in the exhibition.

For the first time, a digital extension of the two trade fairs will be offered. This enables visitors who cannot attend in person to experience Techtextil and Texprocess digitally and to exchange ideas in a virtual space. Exhibitors benefit from an additional digital presence alongside their stand on the exhibition grounds.

For around four weeks, from June 13 to July 8, 2022, the digital extension will be available before, during and after the trade fair days.

Sustainability@Techtextil and Sustainability@Texprocess will once again focus on the topic of sustainability this year. Innovative and sustainable materials and their ecological processing with minimal waste and water consumption as well as digital solutions will be presented and awarded at the trade shows.

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