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DCC provides one-stop printing solutions to Bangladesh


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DCC Printing SolutionsFaruque Hassan, Senior Vice President, Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) recently visited DCC Print Vision LLP Textile studio situated in Banani, Dhaka. He inspected printing machines, printing technology along with different one-stop printing solutions during his visit.

“Organizations including DCC Print Vision LLP Textile can have significant contribution to fulfill the dream of manufacturing fabrics in readymade garment sector of Bangladesh by 2021. Foreign buyers now expect to have all types of print and printing solutions from the same place within a short time span. Foreign buyers will avail one-stop printing solutions from DCC,” said Faruque.

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To reinforce the textile printing industry in Bangladesh, DCC has recently established a world class printing studio for the first time in the country with a view to reinforcing the textile printing industry.
The company will also organize constant workshop to create skilled manpower. At the same time, the country’s revenue from textile industry will elevate.

HN Ashikur Rahman, Country Manager, DCC said, “There are immense possibilities in textile printing industry of Bangladesh but it lacks in one-stop solutions. DCC decides to start its operation in Bangladesh after a continuous request of customers of Bangladeshi textile industry. DCC is advancing towards establishing world class printing studio.”


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