Innerwear is gaining ground in Bangladesh, as the two reports mentioned here also proclaim. While Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecasts (2014-2022) is expecting the product to generate an astounding US $ 250 billion by 2022, the Technavio’s market research report (Global Intimate Apparel Market 2017-2021) predicts a steady growth for intimatewear market, expecting to post CAGR of more than 4% during the period. Apparel Online brings to you in-depth interviews with four intimatewear manufacturers and a buying house, to know their future strategies and also understanding their game plan and perspectives on lingerie.
Going sustainable is Habib Group, producing 1 million pieces each per month of woven tops and bottoms for both men and women. Catering to global brands such as M&S, Walmart, H&M, Sainsbury’s, PVH, Calvin Klein, George and BIGW, the Group uses LED lights on its production floor to reduce electricity consumption. Team AO interacts…
Our ‘Resource Centre’ section includes a range of Bangladeshi companies going for high-value and specialized products. These include the Amann Bangladesh; Jack Bangladesh; Ecotech Software (Stage ERP); Hikari; Vibemac Bangladesh; and A T House Limited.
Besides the above, our regular columns of Buyer Blog, Exporter Profile, Bangladesh Canvas, Retailer Current, Beyond BD, Export Statistics, and Fashion pages make the issue worth reading.