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14th Intex Bangladesh unites global textile value chain on a single platform in Dhaka


Concluding on a high note, the 14th edition of Intex Bangladesh marked a significant shift in the textile sourcing landscape of Bangladesh as it united the global textile value chain on a single platform. Held from May 30-June 1, 2024, at ICCB in Dhaka, the three-day fair spread across four ICCB exhibition halls, showcased innovative textiles, including functional, organic, and eco-friendly yarns, apparel fabrics, denim, clothing accessories, dyes, chemicals, as well as allied services.

Witnessing a record turnout, the expo connected over 200 suppliers from 10 countries with over 5,800 quality trade buyers and stakeholders from Bangladesh, and international markets. Serving as a global hub, Intex Bangladesh attracted leading domestic manufacturers, exporters, brands, and buying offices from Bangladesh, as well as international buyers from across the globe. The expo set a new record by featuring the largest-ever Indian contingent with over 100 companies under the ‘Made in India’ Textiles Pavilion. It also featured dedicated pavilions from China, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and other textile manufacturing countries.

Over 5,800 high quality visitors attended the exhibition. These included decision makers and heads of manufacturing, sourcing and designing teams. Leading domestic manufacturers, international buyers and industry experts from China, India, Saudi Arabia, Southeast Asia, the Americas, Europe and Middle East also explored textile sourcing opportunities at the event.

A few of esteemed dignitaries present at the event included Her Excellency HaznahMdHashim, High Commissioner of Malaysia;MofazzalHossainPavel, President Bangladesh Garment Buying House Association (BGBA) & Managing Director, Dongyi Sourcing Ltd; KSakthivel, Vice Chairman, PDEXCIL;ManojPatodia, Immediate Past President, Texprociland Chaitanaya Kumar Dey, Board Director of Korea-Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce & Industry. MdNuruzzaman, Director General, Dept of Textiles, Ministry of Textiles & Jute, Govt of Bangladesh said, “Intex Bangladesh combines expertise, experiences and opportunitiesto help companies explore new business avenues and accelerate industry growth.”

Abdullah HilRakib, Vice President, BGMEA and Managing Director, Team Group added “To reach the goal of being a $100 billion export market by 2030, Bangladesh needs to focus on regional cooperation. Intex Bangladesh enables this by providing collective effeciencies achieved through combined efforts.”


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