DTG makes stunning comeback in Bangladesh after three years of halt due to pandemic


DTG (Dhaka Int’l Textile and Garment Machinery Exhibition), the largest textile and garment industry event in Bangladesh, brought together 1200 international companies from 35 countries and regions which occupied 1600 booths spread over 25,000 square metre space.

After a three-year hiatus, Dhaka Int’l Textile and Garment Machinery Exhibition (DTG) returned as the largest textile and garment industry event in Bangladesh. DTG 2023 – held from 15-18 February 2023 at ICCB concurrently with DitaTex (Dhaka Int’l Textile and Apparel Accessories Exhibition) and DYECHEM (Dhaka Int’l Dyeing and Chemical Industry Exhibition) – brought together 1200 international companies from 35 countries and regions which occupied 1600 booths spread over 25,000 square metre space.                      

The 3-in-1 renowned exhibitions were jointly organised by BTMA (Bangladesh Textile Mills Association) and Yorkers Trade and Marketing Service Co., Ltd. The event saw five international pavilions – China, India, Korea, Taiwan and Turkey – that provided a one-stop platform for textile and garment production equipment, manufacturers and suppliers. 

Opening Ceremony

A number of distinguished guests graced the opening ceremony with their presence – Salman F RahmanPrivate Industry and Investment Adviser to Prime MinisterMd. Jashim UddinPresident of the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI)Mohammad Ali KhokonPresident of Bangladesh Textile Mills Association (BTMA); and Judy WangPresident of Yorkers Trade & Marketing Service Co., Ltd.

During the ceremony, Md Jashim Uddin commented, “Bangladesh has a target to export US $ 300 billion worth of merchandise by 2041. Innovative and sustainable garment items will help achieve the target.”

Mohammad Ali Khokon, President of the BTMA, thanked Bangladesh’s Government for taking measures for importing liquefied natural gas to deal with the energy crunch, while Judy Wang was extremely excited to see Bangladesh’s economic and infrastructure development are still positive despite facing the pandemic.

Technology extravaganza kept the visitors hooked

During the four days, key companies which participated included the likes of TruetzschlerSaurerItemaPicanolStaubli; Karl MayerSTOLLMayer & CiePai LungSantoni; Groz-BeckertCixingACMEFong’s MonfortsH&HWFXIMA SpaVibemacMimakiColorjetFK GroupNavis Tubetex; and Terrot among many others.

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