Leading Bangladesh apparel companies including Mahmud Group. Laila Group, Intimate Apparels, Utah Group and Pakiza Knit Composite have registered themselves on the ASW Marketplace. Organized under the umbrella of Apparel Sourcing Week, the marketplace allows buyers and sellers to interact, exchange ideas and share concerns.
One of the most successful textile manufacturers in the Bangladesh, the Mahmud Group has a versatile production chain to cater to flexible orders in shorter lead-time. Mahmud Jeans (MJL) - a sister concern of Mahmud Group - is one of the leading garments manufacturer and exporter of readymade garments. It’s designed and installed with state-of-the-art equipment and is a 100 per cent compliant well-equipped garments manufacturer of Bangladesh.
Having two production facilities, the Laila Group initially started as a readymade garment manufacturer with eight lines in 2005, and now has 21 production lines. This progressive and product development-oriented company has a monthly production capacity of 0.8 million. Laila firmly stands on an annual turnover of US $48 million based on an annual output of 12 million pieces.
Utah Group is a vertically integrated manufacturer offering 2.7 million fine knit apparels, and 1.5 million woven tops and bottoms in a month. Started in 1984, the group has since grown and expanded into an enterprise employing 14,000 individuals and providing high quality garments to multiple countries around the globe. It aims to make a difference in the community, the environment and the industry by creating a sustainable model which can take Bangladesh to the next level.
One of the major players in knit manufacturing, Pakiza Knit Composite s product categories include T-shirts, tank tops, polo T-shirts, pyjamas, leggings and knitted kidswear. In less than five years of its establishment, the Pakiza Group is today synonymous with quality and timely production, working with clients like NKD, Otto, Pep&Co, OVS, Peacocks, NewYorker and LC Waikiki, etc.