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Intex Bangladesh 2024 inauguration ceremony

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Creating a new paradigm in textile sourcing by successfully integrating the textile value chain on a single, global, trading platform, the 14th Intex Bangladesh opened today and will continue till the 1st of June at ICCB, Dhaka.

Inaugurated by Mr. Md. Nuruzzaman, Director General, Department of Textiles, Govt. of Bangladesh, the three-day fair will connect buyers from Bangladesh, South Asia and countries from across the world to over 200 leading international manufacturers, suppliers and service providers from 7 countries showcasing Yarns, Apparel Fabrics, Denim Fabrics, Clothing Accessories and Allied Services, Dyes & Chemicals.

Intex Bangladesh brought the largest ever Indian contingent with over 100 companies from India under Texprocil and Pdexcil to form the ‘Made in India Textiles Pavilion’. A dedicated China pavilion as well as exhibitors from Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Indonesia, UAE, Taiwan and more participated this year. Intex Bangladesh serves as a strong platform for networking, knowledge exchange, collaboration, fostering new partnerships and driving growth in the textile industry.

Intex Bangladesh – through its international sourcing platform will fuel and help achieve Bangladesh’s drive to present more value-added products for global markets and achieve the $100 million target by 2030.

Inaugurating Intex Bangladesh 2024, Chief Guest Mr. Md. Nuruzzaman, Director General, Department of Textiles, Govt. of Bangladesh, said, “Our government is taking multiple steps to propel RMG sector. Increasing share in global market is one of our major targets. A platform like Intex Bangladesh will certainly help to bring together expertise, experiences, and the opportunity for exploring new business avenues.”

Special guest Mr. Abdullah Hil Rakib, Vice President of BGMEA said, “Product diversity is the key to expand our garments industry. To achieve the goal of reaching a $100 billion export market by 2030, regional cooperation is a prerequisite. BGMEA is ready to shape this industry and we require collaboration within our South Asian markets.”

Mr. K. Sakthivel, Vice Chairman, PDEXCIL, said, “The objectives of Intex Bangladesh are not limited to identify challenges but to address them, devise strategies to reach respective destinations and bring stakeholders under one roof to discuss necessary initiatives. We believe, Intex Bangladesh 2024 is our own platform where we will have opportunities to design a relevant road map.”

Mr. Manoj Patodia, Immediate Past President, TEXPROCIL, said “We are honoured to contribute in arranging a premier show like Intex Bangladesh 2024. We hope this expo will contribute in empowering RMG sector of Bangladesh. ”

For its 2024 edition in Bangladesh, the show has ramped up its offerings across all 4 Halls of ICCB Dhaka.

Intex Bangladesh’s Interactive Business Forum (IBF) Seminar Series will deliver high quality market intelligence via panel discussions providing practical insight into the necessity, challenges and solutions to enable Bangladeshi industries to achieve the target of reaching $100 billion in exports by 2030 as well as the evolution of Bangladesh into becoming a role model for the green industry. These discussions help the Bangladeshi industry better understand current global trends to become a more relevant manufacturing hub.

Arti Bhagat, Executive Director of Worldex India, the organisers of Intex Bangladesh stated, “Being the world’s second largest garment exporter, Bangladesh relies on sourcing a diverse range of raw materials from across the globe. That’s why a dedicated international sourcing platform like Intex Bangladesh is not just an advantage, it’s a necessity. Here, businesses from around the world collaborate to strengthen supply chain, bridge production gaps, and drive innovation, ultimately empowering Bangladeshi manufacturers to thrive in the competitive global market.”

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