One of the largest vertically integrated textile and apparel firms in South Asia, Bangladesh Export Import Company Limited (BEXIMCO), has teamed with FibreTrace to provide complete supply chain traceability to its sustainable practises in Bangladesh and beyond. With cutting-edge technology in spinning, knitting, weaving, denim, and garment finishing, BEXIMCO is a leading modern composite textile and apparel setup in the area.

According to a press release from FibreTrace, the partnership will involve the application of FibreTrace pigment to cotton, hemp, recycled polyester, and recycled cotton fibre during the spinning process. The pigment will remain with the textile for life through use, reuse, recycling, and reimagination. 

“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.

As a company with a track record of implementing cutting-edge, intelligent fibres, BEXIMCO is eager to use FibreTrace verified technology to demonstrate their dedication to transparency and traceability as they monitor their progress toward a more sustainable future for economic, social, and environmental development.

With the ability to finish 350,000 yards of fabric per day and a firm grip over Bangladeshi manufacturing, BEXIMCO Textiles has an unquestionable influence on the worldwide textile industry.

Being the biggest conglomerate in Bangladesh, BEXIMCO has a significant presence in several of the key economic sectors of the nation. According to the press release, the group’s textile segment is a fully integrated producer of cotton and polyester mixed fabric and apparel, meeting demand in both domestic and international markets.

As of January 2023, yarn, woven fabrics, knit fabrics, and clothing resulting from the agreement will be offered.