Bangladesh Export Import Company Limited (BEXIMCO), one of South Asia’s largest vertically integrated textile and garment companies, has partnered with FibreTrace to deliver complete supply chain traceability to their sustainable practice in Bangladesh and beyond. BEXIMCO is a leading modern composite textile and apparel setup in the region, featuring state-of-the-art technology across spinning, knitting, weaving, denim, and garment finishing.
The partnership will see FibreTrace pigment applied to cotton, hemp, recycled polyester, and recycled cotton fibre during the spinning process, and will be with the textile for life through use, reuse, recycle, and reimagination, according to a press release by FibreTrace.
“As Bangladesh’s leading innovative sustainable material supplier, we are excited to offer a range verified by trailblazing traceability technology FibreTrace,” said Syed Naved Husain, CEO Textile and Group Director of BEXIMCO.
BEXIMCO has a history of adopting innovative, intelligent fibres, and looks forward to using FibreTrace verified technology to demonstrate their commitment to transparency and traceability as they track progress toward further sustainable economic, social, and environmental development.
With capacity to finish 350,000 yards of fabric per day and a stronghold on production in Bangladesh, the impression BEXIMCO Textiles has on the global textile industry is undeniable.
BEXIMCO stands as Bangladesh’s largest conglomerate and maintains a strong presence among the country’s most prominent industry sectors. The group’s textile division is a fully integrated manufacturer of cotton and polyester blended fabric and garments, satisfying demand in domestic and export markets, added the release.
Yarn, woven fabrics, knit fabrics, and apparel born from the partnership will be available as of January 2023.