Ready Made Garments Export of Bangladesh

The condition of RMG Ready Made Garments Export of Bangladesh 2018

Bangladesh is now one of the developing countries in the world. Ready Made Garments (RMG) has a huge contribution to the economic growth of this country. The current condition of RMG – Ready Made Garments Export of Bangladesh seems good because there is a positive growth of export earnings. According to Export Promotion Bureau of Bangladesh (EPB), for the year 2017 to 2018 (July 2017 to April), Bangladesh Apparel Export is growing at the rate of 9% which seems a significant amount.

RMG Export Growth Over the Year 2010 to 2018

Here you can see that the growth rate of RMG export is always fluctuating, the reason behind this is a change in market demand, increase in the cost of making, political condition, market competitiveness, and the exchange rate of USD to BDT.


Total Export Million USD

2010 14855 25%
2011 19214 29%
2012 19788 3%
2013 23501 19%
2014 24584 5%
2015 26603 8%
2016 28668 8%
2017 29213 2%

Export Growth of Ready Made Garments (RMG) of Bangladesh

Bangladesh RMG Growth for the Year 2017-2018

Ready Made Garments industry is growing at the rate of nine percent compared with the previous year. But in 2016-17 this growth rate was only 2%. So there is a significant positive change in the export.

Total RMG Export Growth 2017-2018
Year Woven Knit Total Growth
2016-2017 10,785 10,144 20,929           –
2017-2018 11,513 11,321 22,834 9%

Broad RMG Export Category of Bangladesh

Product Type Million USD Percent
Woven 11,513 50.42%
Knit 11,321 49.58%
Total 22,834 100%

We mainly divide our apparel product into two broad categories. One is knit and other is woven.

Ready Made Garments Export of Bangladesh

Monthly RMG Export Growth for the year 2017-2018

Although the growth of Ready Made Garments increased in every month there was an exception for the month of September 2017. It is not clear why suddenly growth rate reached to a negative figure.

Monthly Ready Made Garments Export Growth 2018

Main Apparel Export Items of Bangladesh for the Year 2016-2017

Bangladesh is mainly exporting Shirts, T-shirt, Trousers, Jackets Sweater among these Trousers and T-Shirt are exporting a huge amount, which is contributing at the rate of 29% and 28%. So these two products added significant value to the export earnings of Bangladesh.


Million USD

Shirts 2108 10%
Trousers 6027 29%
Jackets 3547 17%
T-Shirt 5862 28%
Sweater 3362 16%
Total 20905 100%

Bangladesh Main RMG Export Product Type

Bangladesh RMG Export to the World 2017-2018

Most of our RMG is Exported to the European Union, where we export about 65% of our total export of apparel. Our second biggest client is the USA and the third one in Canada.


Million USD

EU Countries 14735 65%
USA 3929 17%
Canada 713 3%
Others 3457 15%
Total 22834 100%

Bangladesh RMG Export to the World

Top 10 European Union (EU) Countries Bangladesh Export their RMG

  1. Germany
  2. UK
  3. Spain
  4. France
  5. Italy
  6. Netherlands
  7. Poland
  8. Belgium
  9. Denmark
  10. Sweden

Top European Union Ready Made Garments (RMG) Buyers of Bangladesh

Export of RMG by Bangladesh in European Union (EU)

Here look into this list that for the last 10 month EU countries is contributing 14734.69 million dollars. So there is no question of EU is the largest buyers of garments in our country.

EU Countries Million USD Percent
Germany 4205 28.537%
U.K. 2847 19.322%
Spain 1714 11.633%
France 1328 9.012%
Italy 1086 7.371%
Netherlands 717 4.866%
Poland 645 4.381%
Belgium 534 3.626%
Denmark 504 3.420%
Sweden 395 2.679%
The Czech Republic 352 2.386%
Ireland 131 0.890%
Slovakia 64 0.433%
Portugal 50 0.338%
Slovenia 44 0.298%
Greece 40 0.270%
Finland 22 0.152%
Austria 22 0.147%
Romania 13 0.086%
Croatia 10 0.069%
Malta 5 0.033%
Bulgaria 2 0.013%
Hungary 2 0.012%
Lithuania 2 0.011%
Cyprus 1 0.006%
Estonia 1 0.006%
Latvia 0.5 0.004%
Total 14735 100%

RMG Export Market of Bangladesh Source: Export Promotion Bureau of Bangladesh, BGMEA

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Md. Nahian Mahmud Shaikat

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List of Machinery for Knit Composite Dyeing and Garments Factory

List of Machinery for Knit Composite Dyeing and Garments Factory

List of Machinery for Knit Composite Dyeing and Garments Factory


Knit Composite Factory

Generally knit composite receive yarn from spinning. The process starts with yarn dyeing and finishes with fully knitted garments ready to send to the customer. Different stages and process involved in a knit composite factory. In this article, I made a List of Machinery for Knit Composite Dyeing and Garments Factory which will be required for doing the process of a composite factory. Machinery and Equipment may have different brands sourcing from the different country, its varies from factory to factory but working principle is more or less same.

Process List of Knit Composite Factory

Process of Knit Composite Factory

  1. Yarn Dyeing
  2. Knitting section
  3. Knit fabrics dyeing
  4. Dyeing finishing
  5. Washing section
  6. Allover print section
  7. Screenprint
  8. Embroidery section
  9. Knit Garments Cutting section
  10. Knit Garments sewing section
  11. Knit Garments Finishing section
  12. Factory utility section

List of Machine for Yarn Dyeing

  1. Yarn Dyeing
  2. Hydro
  3. Dryer
  4. Random Winding
  5. Soft Winding
  6. Sewing Thread
  7. Lab Dyeing
  8. Lab Dryer
  9. Lab Washing

List of Machine for Knitting Section

  1. Single Jersey
  2. Rib / Interlock
  3. Three Thread Fleece & Heavy Jersey
  4. Auto Stripes
  5. Flat Knit
  6. Fabrics Inspection

List of Machine in Knit Fabrics Dyeing

Only dyeing machine is used in this section

  1. Dyeing

List of Machine in Knit Fabric Dyeing Finishing

Not only in garments, finishing is mandatory after fabrics dyeing as well

  1. Stenter
  2. Compactor
  3. Dryer
  4. Active Stabilizing Dryer
  5. Slitter
  6. Squeezer
  7. Fabric Turning
  8. Seuding
  9. Raising
  10. Fabric Heat Setting
  11. Enzyme Cleaning
  12. Fabric Inspection

List of Machine for Knit Washing Section

  1. Washing M/c
  2. Sample Washing
  3. Deep Dyeing
  4. Ozone
  5. Jeanologia
  6. Tonello
  7. Tumbler Dryer
  8. Oven Dryer
  9. Hydro M/c

List of Machine in Allover Print Section

  1. Rotary Print Machine
  2. Flat Bed Print
  3. Loop Steamer
  4. Wash Machine
  5. Stenter Machine
  6. Compactor Machine
  7. Screen washing Dry Machine
  8. Flat Screen Dryer Machine
  9. Flat Screen Coating Machine
  10. Screen Engraver
  11. Screen Banding
  12. Luscher Blu Diod Exposing
  13. Fimafe Screen Preparation Units
  14. Rotary Sample Paint Machine
  15. Color Kitchen Units

List of Machine in Screen Print

  1. Light Expose
  2. Grunig
  3. Mixer Unit
  4. Flash Cure
  5. V-2002 EX
  6. Easy
  7. Manual
  8. Curing Oven
  9. Hit Press
  10. Traveling Carriage
  11. Stone

List of Machine in Embroidery Section

  1. Sun Star
  2. Wuhan Golden
  3. Wuhan Golden
  4. Yueming
  5. Hashima
  6. Dichi
  7. Laser Cutter

List of Machine of Knit Garments Section

As like woven Garments, there cutting, sewing and finishing section in knit garments. Please see below section wise machine list.

List of Machine in Knit Cutting Section

  1. Cloth Cutter
  2. Plotter
  3. Auto Cutter
  4. Auto Spreader
  5. Spreader
  6. Plotter
  7. Pattern Cutter

List of Machine in Knit Sewing Section

  1. Single Needle Lock Stitch machine
  2. Two Needle Vertical
  3. Two Needle Lock Stitch machine
  4. Three thread Over Lock Machine
  5. Four thread Over Lock Machine
  6. Six thread Over Lock Machine
  7. Flat Lock Cylinder Bed
  8. Flat Lock Small Head
  9. Flat Lock Fabric Trimmer
  10. Flat Lock Tape Binding
  11. Flat Lock Narrow Head
  12. Flat Lock Top Feeder
  13. Flat Bed Machine
  14. Latch Attaching
  15. Back Tape Attaching
  16. Single Needle –Two Thread Overlock machine
  17. Single Needle Chain stitch machine
  18. Button Attaching
  19. Cycle Sewing
  20. Picoting & Fagoting
  21. Buttonhole machine
  22. Single Needle Zigzag
  23. Bartack
  24. Snap Button
  25. Rib Cutter
  26. 4 Needle Flat Seamer
  27. VT Fit of the Arm (Flat-Lock)
  28. 2 Needle Fit of the Arm
  29. 3 Needle Fit of the Arms
  30. Shirring & Smoking Machine
  31. 11 Needle Plan Machine
  32. 18 Needle Pre-Close Elastic Machine
  33. Elastic Attaching Machine

List of Machine in Knit Garments Finishing Section

  1. Iron
  2. Vacuum board
  3. Thread sucking matching
  4. Needle defect machine
  5. Strapping machine

List of Machine in Garments Utility Section

  1. Generator
  2. Boiler
  3. Air Compressor
  4. Air Dryer
  5. Water Pump

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Calculation of Earnings and Loss for Garments Industry

Calculation of Earnings and Loss for Garments Industry

Calculation of earnings and loss for garments industry is required to monitor whether factory operation is generation expected revenue or not. Based on your calculation of earnings and loss you can set production target to meet your expected level of profit for your business.

Calculation of Earnings and Loss Template

As sewing is one of the main operation of garments, you can take sewing as a factor and calculate earnings accordingly. You can use same formula for calculating profit or loss of your industry after shipment of your final product.

Calculation of Earnings and Loss for Garments Industry

Let’s see the calculation at a glance.

Suppose, Your Factory’s last 3 Month Expenditure= 1466400$

So, Per month Expenditure = (1466400$/3) = 488800$

So, Daily Expenditure = (488800$/26) = 18800$ [if fty run 26 days per month]

Your fty produced = 8800 Units per day

Per GMTS CM= 2.20$ (It’s vary style to style, you need to calculate style wise from buyer given CM)

Then, Daily Earnings = (8800 X2.20$) $ = 19360$

So, Your Daily Earnings = (19360$-18800$) = 560$

Production Report

Template for Calculating Earnings and Loss for Garments Industry

I have developed an excel template to calculate earnings and loss for your convenience. You can use this template for any industry; specially for your daily garments production. I hope this will give you well understanding.  You can download this template for free, just click on daily production & CM earnings report.

Daily Production & CM Earning Report

This template includes:

  1. Production report
  2. Production chart
  3. Earning calculation and report
  4. Per unit CM (Style wise)

This template can be very helpful for any Garments professional. Based on the output of this template you can prepare your report maintaining professionalism.

You will get not only earnings and loss report but also production report. In this way it will be helpful for everybody to see actual status of a factory. If you face any problem of understanding then please do not hesitate to contact with me.

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Quality Improvement Techniques in Apparel Industry

Quality Improvement Techniques in Apparel Industry or Garments Industry

As quality is one of the key success factors, managers always try to devote their effort for improving the quality of garments. In this article we will show you how quality improvement techniques in apparel industry can be ensured.  Not only productivity but also quality improvement getting most importance in apparel industry. Without ensuring quality you should not make shipment of your goods to the customer’s destination. We have seen that sometimes our valuable customers reject the goods or hang the payment because of low quality goods which is not in accordance with the specification. Although there is continuous efforts is given but there may have some problem which is not correctable/repairable. So it would be a right decision to take all precautionary measures to avoid unexpected fault of your garments and ensure right quality.

Quality Improvement Techniques in Apparel Industry

Garments Quality depends on these Quality Factors

If you want to ensure quality and continuous improvement then you have to avoid the following defects of the garments.

  1. Fabric defect
  2. Trims and accessories defect
  3. Cutting defect
  4. Construction and placement Defect
  5. Seam and Stitching Defect
  6. Finishing defect
  7. Packing defect

Let’s have a short discussion about these quality factors/matters

Fabric Defect

Fabric cost is at least 60% out of total garment Cost. Apparel Industry inspect fabric roll for quality matter. If your fabric roll fail in inspection you should return to fabric supplier and replace with the quality one. If your finished garment contains fabric defect, you are the one who will be responsible for that not fabric supplier.

Trims and Accessories Defect

Apparel industry should check all trims and accessories after in housed. If they found any problem, they should return to suppliers for replacement.

Cutting Defect

As per Running shade and Selvage report, marker will make for bulk cutting. Otherwise garments will contain part shading. All cut components should match with marker.

Construction and Placement Defect

You will sewing garments as per buyer’s approved sample for bulk production. All stitching of every process should same as sample. Different parts placement should accurate. Up-down is not acceptable.

Seam and Stitching Defect

All sewing machine should fit for sewing with accurate tension. Otherwise there are possibilities of skip stitches, puckering. Garments should be clear of some other stitching defects like: broken stitch, over stitch, down stitch, jam stitch, and joint stitch.

Finishing Defect

After pressing Garments there should be no crease mark, puckering. Keeping good appearance is also necessary for garments.

Packing Defect

There are zero tolerance any types of packing defect. Incorrect size, incorrect PO, incorrect quantity, folding defect include in packing defect. You should be careful about these defects.


You should check your quality of 100% garments in finishing. If repairable of defective garments, you should repair it quickly as you can. Before final inspection, you can do pre-final or shadow inspection to see quality of your packed garments. If you found lots of defect in packed garments, you should re-check all garments and take effective measures to resolve the quality problem of garments.

Finally quality improvement is a continuous process that’s why you have to give your effort continuously and this will be possible through proper monitoring every steps of garments manufacturing. If you can ensure monitoring and take immediate action to resolve the defects then obviously you product quality will be improved.

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Garments Quality Standard

Garments Quality Standard

Garments Quality Standard is now one of the most important factors that need to be maintained as because people are now more conscious about the quality of garments. The quality standards may vary company to company, market to market, but there is some common quality standard which all garments always try to maintain. Here I am going to share a list of defects which must be avoided to ensure minimum Quality Standard for garments:

Garments Quality Standard

  1. Garments should not have these defects

  • Needle cuts
  • Holes
  • Slabs
  • Snags
  • Open seams
  • Broken stitches
  • Puckering
  • Raw edges
  • More than one skipped stitch
  1. Garments should avoid these manufacturing defects

  • Defective Stitching
  • Untrimmed or loose threads
  • Pills
  • Cleaning solution
  • Embroidery hoop marks
  • Stain or soils
  • Part Shading
  • Any unrelated operation
  • Pleats in any seaming
  • Contain dirt, Lint
  • Uneven seam
  • Insecure stitch
  • Pinked edge
  • Uneven tension
  1. Some Defect must avoid in Finished Garments

  • Fabric Fold marks
  • Center crease
  • Any Fabric defect
  • Unspecified color, shade and cast
  • Sleeves or legs shall be twisted
  • Improper pressed
  • All tape or stickers other than inspection stickers inside the garment
  • Clip or clamp
  • Wrinkles, creases or other signs of poor pressing
  • Pressing marks shine, scorching or burn marks
  • Unnatural creases or folds
  • Wavy or puckered seams
  • Appearance of Repairing

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Pattern Making in Garments

Pattern is a hard paper which is made by following each individual component for a style of garments. The appearance and fit of garments is highly dependent on each process. In the development of a garment pattern making is one of the most important step.

Pattern making in garments depends on the

  • Skill of the person
  • Technological Knowledge.
  • Analysis of design
  • Experience of garments making
pattern making in garments

Pattern Making Step

  1. Block pattern or Basic block
  2. Working or garment pattern

Block pattern or Basic block

Block pattern or basic block is individual component of garments without any design or style. It is produced according to exact dimension of standard body measurement where no allowance is considered.

Block patterns are made in two ways

a) Flat method

b) Modeling

Flat method

In Flat method the pattern of different parts of garments especially body and sleeve are made by technical drawing.

  • In technical drawing, the rule and application of method of body measurement and its ratio depends on pattern maker.
  • This type of pattern can be made by computer. In this case, the program of pattern of pattern making is stored in computer disk.
  • This method actually comes from modeling method.
  • This is a fast pattern making method.


Modeling method is primary and first method of pattern making. Till now this method is used widely in apparel industry.

  • In modeling method, Block is made with standard body measurement of dummy is called Toile. Toile is worn on the body of dummy to check fittings.
  • Then toil is worn out from the body of dummy and individual parts of toile are drawn on hard paper or board paper.
  • This method is the most efficient method of pattern making but required more time in this method.

Garments pattern

  • On the basis of block pattern or basic block Garments pattern is made. Individual block pattern are drawn on hard paper or board paper.
  • Sewing allowance, trimming allowance, button whole allowance, dart, and pleat is considered. Individual patterns are made for individual parts of garments.
  • In the pattern, grain line is showed by arrow.
  • After drawing of pattern, working pattern is separated from board paper by knife.
  • Size and name of individual parts are written on every part.
  • Simple garments are made from working pattern.

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Engineer Sheikh Nurja

B.Sc engineer of textile

Merchandiser at buying house

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Difference Between Tailor and Garment

Difference between Tailor and Garment

Garment can be made in both in tailor and in garments industry. What is the basic difference of these two ways of garment manufacturing process? Here mentioning the difference between the tailor and garments.


  • In tailors, it takes 1 or 2 person to make a garment.
  • Generally garment is made for a particular person in tailor.
  • Garment is made according to the body measurement of a person.
  • In tailor no grading is done.
  • In tailor garment can be made from a machine.
  • Initial cost is relatively low.
  • Single ply of fabric is used.
  • In this way fabric wastage is high.
  • Risk of loss is least.
  • No need of pattern.
  • It takes a few hours to make a garment.


  • In garments, it takes many persons to make a garment.
  • A garment is made for many people.
  • Garment is made according to standard body measurement.
  • Grading is done in garments.
  • Generally many machines are needed for making a garment.
  • Initial cost is relatively high.
  • Multiple ply of fabric is used.
  • Fabric wastage is low.
  • Risk of loss is more.
  • Pattern must be required.
  • It takes less than one minute to make a garment.
difference between tailor and garment

Comparison picture of tailor & garments

Garments manufacturing is done with a long process in garments industry which can never be cleared in a single article. But today here I am going to present about the major sections of garments.

Different section of garments

There are mainly four sections in garments manufacturing industry. They are as follows.

  1. Sample section
  2. Cutting section
  3. Sewing section
  4. Finishing section

Sample section

The main function of this section is to make approve sample. This section is the first and important section. This section includes, “ Designing to marker making”.

Cutting section

This section includes process starting from “ Marker making” to “sorting & bundling”. The main function of this section is to cut fabric according to the marker dimension.

Sewing section

The function of this section is to make a complete garment by using all of the cutting components for a particular style of garments.

Finishing section

This section includes process from “Ironing to send to buyer”. After making sample, it should be treated by steam, iron and use in it all of the finishing accessories and ultimately make the garments attractive as per buyers approved sample.

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Engineer Sheikh Nurja

B.Sc engineer of textile

Merchandiser at buying house

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Process Sequence of Fabric Cutting

In garments manufacturing fabric cutting means to cut out the garments pieces from lays of the fabric with the help of cutting template or marker. Cutting is one the major step to make a complete garment. For cutting of fabric generally the marker is applied to the top ply of a lay.

Process Sequence of Fabric Cutting Section

In garments manufacturing industry the term cutting is used in different meaning. Here the term cutting is used in the sense of cutting room which indicates an area which normally includes the activities of marker planning, spreading and preparation for sewing.

Stages of fabric cutting

Generally fabric cutting is carried out with two stages. They are as follows:

  1. Cutting (Separating the individual pieces.)
  2. Final cutting ( accurate cutting of the individual shapes)

Objectives of Cutting

  • To separate fabric parts from the spread of lay according to the dimension of the marker.
  • To make the garments according to required design and shape.
  • To prepare garments pieces to go forward with next process of garments manufacturing.
process sequence of fabric cutting section

Cutting Section in a Garment Factory

Requirement of fabric cutting

To achieve the required objectives by cutting of fabric in garments manufacturing process, the following requirements must be fulfilled.

  • Precision of cut.
  • Clean edges
  • Unscorhed , infused edges
  • Support of the lay
  • Consistent cutting

Different types of fabric cutting

There are mainly three types of cutting techniques. They are as follows:

  1. Completely by manual
    1. By hand operated Scissor.
  1. Manually operated powered knife
    1. Straight knife
    2. Band blade
    3. Round blade
    4. Die cutter
    5. Notcher
    6. Drill
  1. Computerized technique
    1. Knife cutting
    2. Cutting by water jet
    3. Laser cutting
    4. Plasma torch cutting

Flow Chart of fabric cutting

flow chart of fabric cutting

Flow Chart of Fabric Cutting

Working procedure in fabric cutting section

  1. By following production planning at first sample is collected from sample section with pattern and garments approved.
  2. Lay order sheet/ratio sheet fill up by cutting section
    1. e Item, fabric width, color etc.
  3. After putting all information in order sheet then send to CAD section for marker making. Or if it is to do manually than make marker manually.
  4. Checking marker after getting marker.
  5. Sending fabric requisition from cutting section to store for cutting according to plan.
  6. Receiving fabric in cutting table as per marker and cutting plan.
  7. Matching fabric to trim card by merchandiser approved fabric.
  8. Then starting layering manually or with machine.
  9. Completing layering then spread marker upon on the fabric.
  10. Marker checking by quality people & keep all document of style , size wise report to send to store & sewing section.
  11. Before cutting attaching clamp and gum tape on the layer.
  12. If there is any drill mark in marker then need to drill.
  13. Starting cutting by cutter man.
  14. Then dividing group and ratio wise.
  15. Make bundle chart as per lay order sheet and sending for bundle card printing.
  16. Numbering as per bundle chart wise.
  17. Panel checking.
  18. If there is any fault need to replace cut bundle roll and shade wise then bundle and send to sewing section.
  19. If there is any fusing or embroidery then send for this process.

So, hopefully it was helpful for you to understand. If you like it do not forget to put down your valuable comment and share on facebook

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Engineer Sheikh Nurja

B.Sc engineer of textile

Merchandiser at buying house

Manufacturing Process of Garments Sample

How to make garment sample

Today I am going to discuss about the manufacturing process of garments sample. Sample section is a very important section of garments industry. Garments styling mainly engaged with design, cutting or sewing which is done in sample section as buyer’s requirement.

Manufacturing Process of Garments Sample

manufacturing process of garments sample

Flow Chart of Garment Sample Manufacturing

Now I am going to discuss about these term of above flow chart.


This is the first of garments manufacturing. For this step is mainly done by designer and designing team. Generally this design or sketch is given by the buyers. Sample section do sample on given sketch or design.

Basic Block

Basic block is an individual component of garments without any design or style.

Working Pattern

Working pattern is that pattern which is made for a particular style with net dimension.

Sample Garments

For bulk production sample garments is needed.

Production related problem

If there is any kind of problem then this problem should be eliminated in this step.

Approved Sample

After completing sample, sample is sent to buyer for approval. The sample which is approved by buyers is called approved sample.

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Famous Denim Brand in the World

What are the Famous Denim Brand in the World?

Denim can be considered as the staple garment of the world as all of the people irrespective of their location, age, gender and status own a pair of jeans or two. It’s hard to find a wardrobe where there are no denim products in it. Europe, America or Asia, denim is the most common casually used outfit. The global market value of denim products are projected to reach a mammoth sixty five billion dollars by 2015.

famous denim brand in the world

Nice Ladies Denim Pant

Bangladesh Denim Market

Bangladesh is one of the most important centers for denim apparel production and export around the world. In fact, it has come up as the third most important exporter of denim apparel to US after Mexico and China and second highest to EU after China.  So, as a textile person we should know about worldwide famous brand of denim because it is a potential sector of Bangladesh garments.

 Worldwide renowned Denim Brands

Here I am presenting some worldwide famous denim brand name:

Some of the famous denim brands are as follows

  • Wrangler
  • Levis
  • G Star
  • Armani Brand
  • Lee
  • Diesel
  • Gap
  • Tommy Hilfiger
  • True religion
  • Guess
  • Pepe jeans
  • Calvin Kelvin
  • Lucky
  • Rock and republic
  • Seven for all Mankind
  • APC

Swedish Denim brand

  • Nudie jeans
  • Acne
  • Cheap Monday

Pakistani Denim brand

  • Stone Age
  • Cross Road
  • Leisure Club
  • Club X
denim jacket

Nice Denim Jacket



Engineer Sheikh Nurja

B.Sc engineer of textile

Merchandiser at buying house