Textile industry in Bangladesh has global significance - Resil symposium

Textile industry in Bangladesh has global significance - Resil symposium

11:15 AM, 5th November 2016
People working in textile factory in the Mohakhali area of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
People working in textile factory in the Mohakhali area of Dhaka, Bangladesh. © The Huffington Post (File photo)

BANGALORE, INDIA: The changing paradigms in the textile industry were discussed at an event held recently in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Also, trends that are vital to the global market were touched upon at the event - organised by Resil Chemicals on the ‘Dynamic textile landscape’ in the region.

Resil has taken up this initiative to give a background on the developments in the textile industry and how the company is innovating to meet new age challenges. This symposium held on 4 November was attended by the heads of leading textile mills and renowned experts in textiles from different parts of Bangladesh.

The event provided an opportunity for business cooperation, networking, potential market entry, as well as the exchange of information & innovative ideas. Moreover, it brought together a new generation of textile experts under one roof, the company said.

“The textile industry in Bangladesh is a very important market of global significance. We see the need to connect with key decision makers and industry leaders in the textile industry in order to share ideas about trends in textile processing and foster better industry cooperation,” said Siddarth Kumar, director of Resil Chemicals.

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