Bangladesh’s leading clothing firms include Mahmud Group, the ASW market has been reported with Laila Group, Intimate Apparels, Utah Group and Pakiza Knit Composite. The marketplace, held under the auspices of Apparel Sourcing Week, helps buyers and sellers to connect, trade ideas and express questions. The Mahmud Group has a robust supply chain to manage adjustable command in a shorter lead time and is one of Bangladesh’s leading Textile manufacturers. The sister company Mahmud Jeans (MJL) is one of the leading producers and manufacturing manufacturers of ready-made clothes. It is designed and fitted with the most modern equipment and is 100% compliant, well-equipped Bangladeshi garment maker.
The Laila Group began as a ready-made fabric producer with two manufacturing facilities and now runs 21 lines with eight lines in 2005. This radical, product-oriented business has a manufacturing potential of 0.8 million per month. Based on the annual production of 12 million units, Laila firmly has an annual turnover of US $48 million. The Utah Group sells 2.7 million fine knit garments and 1,5 million woven tops and bottoms in each month, vertically integrated by manufacturers. The group has since been founded in 1984 and has grown into a business employing 14,000 employees, selling high-quality clothes to many countries worldwide. It seeks to impact the population, the environment and the business by developing a sustainability model that could bring Bangladesh to the next level. The Pakiza Knit Composite product segments are among the main players in knit manufacturing, including T-shirts, tank tops, polo T-shirts, pajamas, leggings and knitted kids. The Pakiza Group is now synonymous with consistency and timely production within less than five years. It deals with consumers such as NKD, Otto, Pep&Co, OVS, Peacocks, New Yorker and LC Waikiki etc.