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M&J Group commissions new denim production plant

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Apparel Online Bangladesh July, 2015

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Denim specialist M&J group recently inaugurated its new production plant in Dhaka. The new plant can produce up to 20,000 garments per day, raising the company’s total production to 14 million garments per year. The new plant will mainly be hosting its European partner brands, especially interested in working with manufacturers who place importance in international environmental standards and laws.  Following the collaboration with Dutch Bangla Bank, all M&J Group employees, working for the genesis washing division, which has been equipped with a new mobile system, through the company’s mobile phone SIM, allows the wage credit on the employees’ bank accounts and a safe and fast money transfer. Additionally, the company has stated that its washing department is the first Platinum LEED certified washing plant for a green building, guaranteeing higher productivity and efficiency with sustainability.

Also Read:  M&J to exhibit innovative dyeing technology at Munich Fabric Start

 

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