The whole world has been suffering a lot from the COVID-19 pandemic. Every sector of the industry has been affected. The textile industry is the main remittance earning source for Bangladesh. This industry has been affected a lot due to lockdown everywhere and a shortage of orders. As everywhere vaccination has been started and the COVID-19 infection situation is better now. Fortunately, Bangladesh is receiving plenty of orders now. Team Denim Focus talked with chemical provider Apna Organics to know about their business in 2021 and furcating for 2022.
Apna Organics has always been at quality-oriented products at affordable pricing
Shivam Saraf, Director, Apna Organics Pvt Ltd.
The pandemic has affected everyone; Buyers, Garment manufacturers, and chemical manufacturers like us. In the year 2021, when the situation some good our clothing order increase through the global buyers. As a sustainable chemical provider Still, the business is good but facing some challenges in terms of supply chain, price, etc.
We have seen Bangladesh adapt to this ever-changing scenario the best in these difficult conditions and with them, we are also learning and adapting at the same time. I hope that the Bangladesh market is rapidly growing so seeing many opportunities.
Now Apna Organics has always been at quality-oriented products at affordable pricing. We have been focusing on sustainability in the larger picture. Apna Organics is catering to woven, knit dyeing, yarn dyeing, denim, printing, garments and home textiles – although this segment is small it has a huge prospect in the future. Besides we will set up our own testing lab in the Bangladesh office.