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BGMEA President urges Sedex to promote encouraging stories of RMG industry

Staff Reporter
  25 Jan 2023, 23:18

Anupam Prasad, head of office, India at Sedex along with its Business Development and Support Executive Naveen Ganapathy 
paid a courtesy visit to Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) President Faruque Hassan at BGMEA Complex in the capital's Uttara yesterday.

In the meeting, they discussed possible cooperation and future engagement between BGMEA and Sedex to better facilitate Sedex certification for garment factories in Bangladesh.

They also talked about collaboration to enhance the reputation of Bangladesh as a safe, sustainable and compliant hub of apparel sourcing in the world, said a press release here today.

Faruque said the RMG industry of Bangladesh made its footing stronger in the global market over the years with remarkable achievements in the areas of workplace safety, environmental sustainability and workers' welfare.

Sedex, as an audit organisation, witnessed the impressive journey of Bangladesh's transformation both socially and environmentally, the BGMEA President said, requesting Sedex to portray the positive picture of the Bangladesh apparel industry internationally.


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