Companies with outstanding performance in export earnings awarded the National Export Trophy for FY 2017-18
The Ministry of Commerce issued a gazette notification declaring companies with extraordinary performance in export earnings awarded the National Export Trophy for FY 2017-18. The award has been named Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Export Trophy.
Among the textile and readymade garment (RMG) makers, Zaber & Zubair Fabrics Limited has been selected for the top exporter award this year on the foundation of the maximum export earnings. For the consecutive fifth time, Zaber & Zubair Fabrics Limited gained the best exporter award.
While Rifat Garments Ltd received the gold medal in RMG (woven) sector while AKM Knit Wear Limited and Tarasima Apparels Ltd have respectively been awarded with silver and bronze medals.
Besides, Square Fashions Limited grabbed the gold medal in Knitwear while H Fashions and GMS Composite Knitting Industries earned silver and bronze medals respectively.
In the yarn industry, Badsha Textile Limited received gold medal, Kamal Yarn Limited silver medal and Nice Cotton Limited received bronze medals.
Envoy Textile Limited received the gold medal in the textile fabrics sector. While, Noman Weaving Mills grabbed the silver medal, and Four H Dyeing and Printing is getting the bronze medal.
Zaber & Zubair Fabrics Limited and ACS Textile (Bangladesh) Limited received the gold and silver medals respectively in the home and specialized textile products sector.
Noman Terry Towel Mills Limited won the gold medal in the Teri Towel sector.
Square Textiles Ltd won the gold medal in the reserved sector (products and services) for women entrepreneurs or exporters, Al-Salam Fabrics Pvt Ltd won the silver medal and Ibrahim Knit Garments Pvt Ltd won the bronze medal.
Overall, sixty-six companies have been awarded the National Export Trophy for their extraordinary export earnings performance in FY 2017-18.
According to the Ministry of Commerce, the selection of the best exporters for the 17-18 financial year was completed last year. But it was not announced due to the arrival of COVID-19.