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Apparel Online Bangladesh December, 2016

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Starting its journey way back in 1992 with a four-line facility, Impressive Garment (Pvt.) Ltd. has traversed a long distance to turn into a conglomerate known as Impressive Group with six garment manufacturing facilities and even extending into accessory manufacturing, fabrics and other businesses now, but yet staying focused on producing ‘bottoms’. “Last year we exported garments worth US $ 67 million and this year our target is to reach US $ 90 million with the inception of the latest 20-line facility (Galaxy Stitch Ltd.) with production capacity of 7 lakh pieces per month to manufacture mainly bottoms – shorts and casual trousers for Next, Lidl, Walmart, Carter’s…

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