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Bangladesh is one of H&M’s most important production markets. Find out what H&M is doing to support the country’s development, and improve the lives of people living there. Still want to know more about H&Ms’ efforts for a more sustainable fashion future?
Bangladesh, a country of multidimensional potentiality, has been recognized as global performer in garments arena. Almost 5000 factories with 3 million work forces, putting their hands significantly to different supply chain of global brands. Thus garments export swelled to 12 Billion US Dollar. Ha‐Meem Group, a top ranking apparel manufacturer in Bangladesh exporting to USA and Europe for a long time. Company produces 3 million pcs of woven garments per month with the assortment of infant to adult in men and women. The yearly turnover of Ha-Meem in 2009, 200 million US Dollar. Company is ornamented with 15 garments factories, a unique Denim mill, Sweater factory, 5 washing plants, Embroidery and Printing factory, Cartoon factory, Poly bag industry, Label factory, Jute mill, Chemical formulation plant, Transport company and a widely circulated national daily Newspaper. It’s overseas office in Hong and China gives fastest support in procurement of fabric and accessories. Own C&F office in every Bangladeshi port gives privilege of quick clearing and forwarding.
Ruma Akte is one of Bangladesh’s approximately four million garment workers. She is a working mother with a young son, and she is the leader of one of Bangladesh’s newly-registered trade unions. Spurred on by the stream of horrific incidents happening in garment factories around her, and inspired by television talk shows watched in small tea stands, she started gathering workers together last year. It has taken about six months, but the Welltex Sromik (Workers) Union is now formally registered and has almost 500 members – and the changes in the factory are visible to everyone.
Many of the clothes sold in American stores come from factories in Bangladesh, which has a history of workplace disasters. Following the factory collapse last month that killed over 1,000 people, Holly Williams went undercover to see what the conditions are really like.
Bangladesh’s garment industry is popular because subsidiary trade rules and cheap clothes are available here.
These days, most textiles manufacturers are saving money by shifting production to Asia. “Made in Germany” finds out whether clothing manufacturers actually monitor conditions in their factories in countries such as India and Bangladesh. Bucking the trend, the underwear company Bruno Banani only manufactures in Germany – paying standard German wages and ensuring acceptable working conditions.
A lot of our clothes bear the label ‘Made in Bangladesh’. But before the deadly collapse of a garment factory there last April, most of us never thought about the people who make them. After clothes bound for Canada were found in the rubble of Rana Plaza, Canadian companies reacted with surprise – how could such a tragedy happen?
The fifth estate’s Mark Kelley went to Bangladesh and tracked down workers who say they are still forced to make clothes for Canada in dangerous conditions. And Kelley goes behind bars for an exclusive interview with the jailed owner of one of the biggest factories inside Rana Plaza, who details his long-standing, multi-million dollar connections to Canada.
Made in Bangladesh won the 2014 International Emmy® Award for Current Affairs programming.
SEL is a leading vertically integrated textile conglomerate having a turnover of over INR 2300 crore. SEL is operating in various textile sub-segments having facilities right from spinning and knitting, processing of yarns and fabric, to the value added products viz. terry towels and ready-made garments.
A sneak peek of denim production process and a look behind the factory doors at how raw & washed denim jeans are made. Jeans are trousers, a type of garment, typically made from denim or dungaree cloth. Often the term “jeans” refers to a particular style of pants, called “blue jeans,” which were invented by Jacob W. Davis in partnership with Levi Strauss & Co. in 1871 and patented by Jacob W. Davis and Levi Strauss on May 20, 1873. The manufacturing process of denim jeans. From harvesting the cotton to the final product. The ‘roughening up’ ritual of the jeans is both ingenious and amusing.