Green Smart Shirts Ltd joins hands with Textile Focus for promoting industry best practices


Bangladesh-based one of the renowned ready-made garments manufacturers and Green Smart Shirts Ltd joined hands together with Textile Focus as an Industry Associates partner for promoting industry best practices globally.

The crest memento handover ceremony was held recently at the corporate office of Green Smart Shirts Ltd in the capital.  Fateh Ul Islam, Managing Director and CEO of Green Smart Shirts Ltd (GSSL), Editor: Textile Focus and Denim Focus M A Islam Riyadh; Asst Manager of Textile Focus and Denim Focus Rakibul Islam were present.

Being a part of this, Textile Focus Industry Associates will be able to utilize the knowledge, and communication and promote their factory’s good practices.

Fateh Ul Islam appreciated the activities of Textile Focus and Denim Focus and he mentioned: “I really appreciate the activities of Textile Focus and Denim Focus. They are promoting positive news and best practices through their magazines and activities which is a remarkable involvement for branding Bangladesh worldwide”.

LEED-certified Green (gold) factory, Green Smart Shirt Ltd (GSSL), a sister concern of PDS Multinational company, is one of the top sustainable and innovative product manufacturers in Bangladesh.

We are specially producing Formal shirts and casual shirts from basic to value-added. We are also focusing on Ladies tops, blouses, and other fashionable items as well. We are very strong in design compared to other manufacturers in BD said, Fateh Ul Islam, Managing Director, and CEO of Green Smart Shirts Ltd.

“We have a very highly motivated workforce of them 90% are female with less than 3% attrition rate. Each and every worker has their own bank account and we pay monthly salaries into their bank accounts. We are strongly driving our goal towards empowering the women workforce and making them financially sustainable” said Fateh ul Islam.

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