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Apparel Online Bangladesh May, 2016

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Company stressing on Product Development, Quality Control and Price Competitiveness to achieve success

Product development, quality control and price competitiveness are the three aspects Envoy Textiles Limited is banking upon to establish itself in the realm of denim fabric production in Bangladesh. Starting fabric manufacturing in 2008, Envoy Textiles – a part of the Envoy Group – is a comparatively new entity but with a clear-cut roadmap to achieve growth and increase market share in a field which already has multiple players, some of whom are well established and renowned names in denim fabric. “Our fabric production capacity stands at 50 million yards per annum… Going forward, our main focus would be on product development. We have a team…

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