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Bangladesh Denim Expo Makes a Case for Transparency

The international denim trade show, Bangladesh Denim Expo, will take place Nov. 8-9 in Dhaka with a new concept built around increasing transparency in the supply chain.

The show’s events and seminars will offer attendees a deep dive on transparency in the fashion industry, how its perceived, created and can be improved.

“The vision of Bangladesh Denim Expo is to make Bangladesh a sourcing hub by creating a multinational gathering, exposing new business horizons and greater corporate opportunities for the entire denim value chain as well as enhancing the country’s image to the world,” said Mostafiz Uddin, Bangladesh Denim Expo founder and CEO.

The next edition of Bangladesh Denim Expo is primed to be the largest since launching in 2015. The show has confirmed 58 exhibitors, including 40 from foreign countries and 18 from Bangladesh. Among them are four of the largest denim garment manufacturers in Bangladesh: Pacific Jeans, Ananta, Bitopi and Dekko.

Additionally, the show will host a selection of fiber and yarn suppliers, chemical suppliers, machinery producers and washing and laundry companies. Italian laundry and dyeing company Tonello will bring its Denim Gallery to the show, highlighting the creative and innovative techniques that can be achieved through their processes.