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Apparel Online Bangladesh April, 2015

Expansions in full-swing for making 1,00,000 bottoms per day along with a Green factory

Vertically integrated apparel manufacturers generally focus on producing basic products with high volumes, and many believe that it is not possible to do value-added products in such a setup, profitably. An exception to this model is Mahmud Group, a completely vertically integrated denim jeans manufacturer with in-house spinning, weaving, sewing and washing. In just 9 years of existence, Mahmud has established its niche in manufacturing denim jeans for the European market with an annual turnover of US $ 120 million, producing 2.5 million metres of fabric and 9,00,000 denim bottoms per month. In an exclusive interaction with Apparel Online, Gazi Mahbubul Alam, Director, Mahmud Group highlights the niche…

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