Scheduled to be held on 20th and 21st July in Bengaluru this year, the third edition of Apparel Sourcing Week (ASW 2023) is going to have a very strong representation from Bangladesh once again.
As we inch closer to the sub-continent’s most awaited sourcing extravaganza, more and more garment makers from the second biggest apparel exporting country globally are signing up to be a part of ASW 2023.
By the time the registration window for participating in ASW 2023 closes, we are sure a substantial number of suppliers (big, small and medium) from Bangladesh will make their presence felt strongly much to the delight of a host of retailers, brands and buyers’ bodies (that would assemble under one roof this July at ASW), with their rich and all-encompassing product ensemble.
Here a few names from Bangladesh, who have come onboard lately to be a part of ASW:
Standard Group: The first to join ASW 2023, Standard Group commenced its journey way back in 1984 to emerge as one of the largest woven garment manufacturers in Bangladesh.
Operating from 11 production locations in and around capital city Dhaka and employing 40,000 full-time employees (across the company), Standard produces an exciting range of products including bottoms, tops, activewear and sportswear, innerwear, overalls, outerwear, sweaters, pullovers, etc., and is trusted by more than 8,700 clients from across various geographical locations globally.
Boasting in-house washing, printing, embroidery, apparel design, garment testing and accessories production facilities, Standard has grown significantly both in size and customer base over the years to emerge as one of the most prominent names in the apparel manufacturing landscape of Bangladesh.
AR Jeans: One of Bangladesh’s top LEED Platinum-certified green denim manufacturing unit, AR Jeans Producer Ltd., is a sister concern of the renowned Fashion Globe Group (with three fully export-oriented garment manufacturing units along with logistics facility and its very own wet processing unit), which continues to strive for sustainable and accountable business practices.
AR Jeans has a total of 24 production lines and can produce 10 lakh pieces of denim items per month to cater to a wide range of buyers from across the globe including names like Bershka, Pull&Bear, Alcot, El Corte Ingles, LPP, TALLY WEiJL, America Today, EASYWEAR, COOLCAT and many more.
AR Jeans has made a special name for itself today, thanks to its sustainable manufacturing practices that boast of less carbon emission, more gas, electricity and water saving compared to other factories.
Dressmen: Earning the sobriquet of ‘The Secret Behind Great Brands’, Dressmen also traces its origin way back to 1984, which grew significantly over the years to cater to a wide range of clients including globally renowned names of the likes of PVH, Dockers, Levi’s, Sears, H&M, Marks & Spencer, HUS Polo Assn, NEXT, C&A, from its strategic business units consisting of Dressmen Limited (DL); Dressmen Apparels Limited (DAL); Dressmen Garments Limited (DGL); Dressmen Fashionwear Limited (DFL); Dressmen Embroidery Limited (DEL); and Salar Clothing Limited (SCL).
Established in 1984, DL has 8 woven shirt lines and production capacity of 200,000 pieces of shirts (basic dress shirts and smart casual shirts); established in 1998, DAL has 4 woven shirt lines and production capacity of 100,000 units; DGL has 8 woven shirt lines and production capacity of 200,000 units; established in 2009, DFL has 8 woven shirt lines and production capacity of 200,000 units.
Dressmen’s Salar Clothing Limited acts as a one-stop solution providing design, sourcing and manufacturing support to its customers, while established in 2011, Dressmen Embroidery Limited (DEL) with six machines provides quality embroidery work (capacity: 600,000 units) for names like Levi’s, CHAPS, Ralph Lauren, U.S.Polo and Dockers.
To know more about who all will be a part of the ASW, don’t miss out on our latest press release, detailing everything about the participants as they come onboard!
Apparel Sourcing Week 2023, a three-day Sourcing Show not only provides the Asian manufacturers a platform to showcase their products & manufacturing capabilities to the Brands & Retailers from all over the world including India, but also extends them a chance to attend the multiple seminars (headed by industry experts), workshops, open-house discussions and networking opportunities organised during these three days, which would help the manufacturers get a better understanding of Indian and International Retail and evolving dynamics of sourcing in various markets and retail formats.
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