BGMEA President calls on LC Waikiki to build long-term business partnership in Bangladesh

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BGMEA President Faruque Hassan called upon LC Waikiki to strengthen collaboration with Bangladeshi suppliers to build long-term business partnerships.

Bangladesh’s RMG industry is shifting towards more value-added products while investing hugely to make the production process efficient and sustainable, he said.

He made the comments during a meeting with Özgür Türk, Country Manager of LC Waikiki, at BGMEA Complex on October 18.

Ömer Öğüt, Overseas Countries Director, was also present at the meeting.

They discussed various trade-related issues including the current market situation, global trends, LC Waikiki’s plans to expand business in Bangladesh.

Faruque Hassan highlighted the RMG industry’s emphasis on capacity building and diversification of products, especially the non-cotton and high-end segments.

He requested the Turkish brand to explore business opportunities in Bangladesh that will bring mutual benefits.

He assured LC Waikiki of all-out support from BGMEA to expand its suppliers’ base and sourcing volume in Bangladesh.

BGMEA President Faruque Hassan invited them to the Made in Bangladesh Week which will be organized by BGMEA on 12-18 November in Dhaka to promote Bangladesh and the RMG industry.

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