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Global apparel retailers and local manufacturers called for sustainability in the garment sector and establishing compliant value chain in Bangladesh to improve economic growth and jobs creation.
Owners of the woven and knitwear factories officially agreed to the new wage in a meeting with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at her official residence, said wage board negotiator Arshad Jamal.
Bangladesh apparel exports to India rise 36.7% in Fiscal year 2013
The country’s apex trade body for garment manufacturers yesterday instructed its member factories in Ashulia to prepare a biometric database of their workers within three months.
The taskforce formed by Bangladesh Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association to ensure fire safety in the garment factories started its operation on Sunday. On the first day of operation, a team of the taskforce comprising three representatives from BUET Alumni Association, five from Fire Service and Civil Defence and one from labour directorate visited four apparel units in the Ashulia and Malibagh areas to inspect fire safety measures.
H&M, the Swedish retail giant for clothing, will double its annual outsourcing volume from Bangladesh to around $3 billion within the next five years. The biggest outsourcing company for Bangladeshi garment items said they get products at competitive prices from the country. Leaders of Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) revealed the plan of H&M at a press conference at its office in Dhaka yesterday.
Karl-Johan Persson, chief executive officer of the Swedish retail chain H&M, is due in Bangladesh tomorrow (Monday) to attend important meetings with the readymade garment manufacturers and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
Phillips Van Heusen Corporation (PVH) who owns both Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein has signed a historic agreement to protect Bangladeshi garment workers from dangerous working conditions.
Bangladeshi clothing factories are extremely unsafe. 500 workers have died in fires, which have been attributed to basic fire safety items such as fire escapes and sprinklers being absent from the buildings, and companies padlocking the exits to stop theft.