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Garment sector needs workers efficiency, value added products
To hit $50b export target by 2021
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Published : Thursday, 1 December, 2016 at 12:00 AM, Update: 30.11.2016 10:54:03 PM, Count : 175
To meet the export target of $50 billion by 2021, the 50th anniversary of independence of Bangladesh, the country's readymade-garment sector needs lot of workers efficiency, value-added products and above all creating the brand image of the country.
This observation was made by former BGMEA (Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association) President Atiqul Islam at a launching ceremony of the printing studio of Dhaval Color Chem (DCC) Print Vision LLP, in the capital on Tuesday.
So our ultimate goal is to enhance our capacity building and need to export value-added product. That will be appropriate utilization of DCC expiries in textile printing industries, added Atiqul Islam, as one of the important panel speakers during the launching ceremony.
The maiden printing studio of Dhaval Color Chem (DCC) Print Vision LLP, that conforms international standard has been set up in Dhaka with a vision to reinforce the capacity of Bangladesh textile printing industry.
A number of garments industry owners, Textile industry leaders including BGMEA, Bangladesh Knitwear Manufacturers and Exporters Association, and Federation, Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry, diplomats from different countries in Bangladesh, leading buying houses and experts on textile printing from home and abroad participated at the launching and discussion.
During the panel discussion all speakers confirmed that the inauguration of DCC in Bangladesh will set up a milestone in textile printing industries.
As Bangladesh textile printing industry is facing huge challenges due to the absence of a one stop solution provider that DCC brings here in Bangladesh.
DCC will make extraordinary changes in textile printing industry with the capacity building and after sales service that will be absolutely free, said DCC Chairman Narendra Dadia.
DCC Country Manager H N Ashiqur Rahman also spoke at the event while Dhaval Dadia moderated the panel discussion.
DCC Print Vision LLP is one of the most trusted names in the textile printing industry with a wide distributing network having 40 years of proven experience in this sector with one stop solution in Asian countries.  
Through the achievement of rapid expansion, DCC group is striving forward by transforming Bangladesh textile printing market for the digital age.
Representing the young generation of business leaders, Mr. Dhaval is looking to strengthen the DCC brand globally by adopting new age technology and business models. With sheer tenacity, Mr. Dhaval fosters the creative mindsets to maximize innovation in the printing industry.
Due to continuous request of Bangladesh textile industries DCC has decided to launch their operation in Bangladesh which includes the international standard printing studio with a vision of capacity building and making expertise in this industry.
DCC Print Vision LLP is one of the most trusted names in the textile printing industry with a wide distributing network having 40 years of proven experience in this sector with one stop solution in Asian countries.  
Through the achievement of rapid expansion, DCC group is striving forward by transforming Bangladesh textile printing market for the digital age.











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