Pak businesses keen on joint ventures with Beximco Textile

Sun, Nov 27, 2005

Pakistani entrepreneurs have expressed keenness to launch joint venture textile projects with Beximco Textiles Limited, a fully export-oriented company of Beximco Group.

The intention was made known when a Pakistani textile delegation visited Beximco Textiles factory, South Asia's largest cotton-to-garment vertical textile complex, on November 21 at Beximco Industrial Park at Kashimpur in Gazipur.

Chief Executive Officer of Beximco Textiles Mr. Syed Naved Husain welcomed the delegation led by Chairman of Pakistan Bedwear Exporters Association Mr. Shabir Ahmed. Chief Operating Officer of Beximco Textiles Mr. Sardar Ahmed Khan was also present.

The Pak textile delegation saw around the spinning, weaving, dyeing, finishing and stitching units, and particularly the design and product development centre catering to globally reputed brands and retailers.

The Beximco Textiles CEO briefed the delegation on Beximco Group. The Pakistani businessmen appreciated Beximco Textiles’ operations and production quality and the technical edge it enjoys over other competitors. They also visited Bone China Ceramic Plants at the industrial park.

“The Pakistani delegates are eyeing avenues to go for joint venture with Beximco Textiles,” Mr Husain, the CEO, said, adding that they showed keen interest to invest in Bangladesh’s textiles sector in general.

Beximco Textiles last month launched ‘Yellow’ outlet, an exclusive fashion shop of the company, at Karachi in Pakistan.

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