DHAKA Bangladeshi products drew the attention of the visitors in the 'Texworld Paris', held in the French capital from February 10 to 13.
A total of 22 Bangladeshi business entities took part in the four-day tradeshow directly and through the Export Promotion Bureau (EPB), said a press release here.
The Bangladeshi business firms are Hoorain HTF, Momtex Expo, Zaber and Zubair Fabrics, Aaron Denim, Argon Denims, Chittagong Denim Mills, Evince Textiles, Ha-Meem Denim, NZ Denim, Asia Link Design, Entrust Fashions, Euro Knitwear, Expo Apparels, Fabrica Knit Composite, FnF Trend Fashion, Gerard Fres, Irene Knit Wear, Pacific Export and Euro Fashion Mart, RP Fashion, Team Manufacturing and Texpeon and ABC Footwear Industries.
During the tradeshow, the companies got huge responses from the visitors and got a number of orders for exporting different apparel products.
Assistant General Manager Sales and marketing from MomTex Expo Ali Reza said that they took part in 'Texworld Paris' fair for the 3rd time and this time and they got some new customers from Mexico and Brazil.
Executive Director of Chittagong Denim Binoy Kumar Pal said that among all the diversified garment products in Bangladesh in recent years, denim emerged as a foremost potential item for the country.
Nowadays, Bangladeshi denim is the much-talked-about item worldwide, especially in European countries. The fashion trend analysts are saying denim has become the main garment for both men and women due to its wider range of usability, he added.
The fair also featured a special denim section to host 'Apparel Sourcing' and 'Leatherworld Paris' concurrently.
A total of 1,315 exhibitors participated in this edition of the fair. The fair recorded around 13,500 visitors from all over the world. Visitors and Buyers from the UK, France, Turkey, Spain, Italy and Germany visited the fair in a large number.
Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)