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Textile science, events, trade and issues / Productivity Improvement
« on: November 11, 2011, 02:15:35 AM »
Lets share your idea!!!!

What are things that we need to change in Garments sector in Bangladesh for improving productivity?

Textile science, events, trade and issues / B2B & B2C
« on: November 09, 2011, 02:25:59 AM »
B2B = Business to Business
B2C = Business to Consumer

Pls share your idea about this important issue.............................

Textile science, events, trade and issues / Online Retailing!!!!!
« on: November 09, 2011, 02:23:23 AM »
Lets talk about online retailing....................
Online retail sales have increased rapidly in recent years, fuelled by growing accessibility to web enabled devices, improved broadband connectivity across the globe as well as improvements in the quality and quantity of online retailers. As far as quantity of online retailers have been increasing in the last years, quality of online offers show a significant growth by means of developing Internet channel.

Textile science, events, trade and issues / EID MUBARAK
« on: November 07, 2011, 01:27:43 AM »
EID MUBARAK to all of you...................

Textile science, events, trade and issues / Generation "C"
« on: November 05, 2011, 02:52:41 AM »
Do u know what is Generation "C"?

Generation C—The “C” stands for connected, communicating, content-centric, computerized, community-oriented,
                    Always clicking..........................

China Labour costs soar as wages rise 22%

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Many Indian garment makers have shifted base or opened new units in neighbouring Bangladesh to take advantage of low labour cost and duty concessions on exports to US and European markets. "Labour cost in Bangladesh is almost one-third of that in India. Average monthly labour cost in India is over Rs.7,000 per person, while it is just around Rs.2,500 in Bangladesh.

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Textile science, events, trade and issues / Why Organic Cotton?
« on: October 26, 2011, 01:21:26 AM »
‘Why organic cotton?’ is an important question.

     -   Is organic cotton more ‘sustainable’ than conventional cotton?
     -   An environmentally preferable product, of added benefit to the environment, farmers, and consumers.
     -   Is it essentially a marketing tool?
     -   Or is it both????????

The RMG industry in Bangladesh is only thirty years old since the first Garment exporting unit took the first step in clothing export market in 1978. Currently Bangladesh holds 3rd largest garment exporting country in terms of value after China and Turkey. The total earnings from clothing exports were USD 12.6 billion in FY (Financial Year) 2009-10. At present Bangladesh exports RMG to around 90 countries in the world which include USA, Canada, Germany, UK, France, Italy and Turkey. European Union countries and USA are the major destination of Bangladesh RMG export. During the last October to December period of 2010 major importer of Bangladeshi RMG were USA (26%), Germany (18%), France (9%), UK (9%) and Canada (4%). Due to cost advantage over China, export to Japan is increasing in recent times.

RMG products are of two major types: Knit garments and Woven garments. Historically Bangladesh focused on producing Woven garments but in recent times Bangladesh is more successful in Knitwear production as well. Recently Bangladesh has grabbed the position of second largest knitwear exporter in terms of volume in 2010 only behind China. The knitwear and woven garments export volume has grown at 43% and 30% respectively year over year during the October-December period of 2010.

Knitwear sector’s unique contribution is in the growth and development of the backward linkage industry of the country. Country’s total backward linkage industry in the RMG sector has almost entirely flourished based on the knitwear industry. Knitwear industry is entirely supporting spinning, fabric and dyeing industry of the country.

         â€¢   Knitwear is a near self-sufficient sector in all respect.
         â€¢   Local yarn suppliers provide around 75% of the total requirement of the sector.
         â€¢   We have almost 250 composite factories.
         â€¢   Bangladesh knitwear is exported to 90 countries of the world. EU and USA are the major importer.
         â€¢   Capacity is increasing at a good rate to cope with the future  demand of this sector.

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