SPWA unveiled ‘Shadow’ magazine- a magazine that speaks about screen printing

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Bangladesh Screen Print Welfare Association (SPWA) – an organization of the country’s printing sector – unveiled its self-published magazine ‘Shadow.’ On Friday, at Dhaka Regency Hotel in the capital.


Chief Guest Engr. Md. Safiqur Rahman, President, Textile Engineers and Technologists Institution (ITET), Special Guest are ATM Mahbubul Alam Milton, ED of Masco Group, AKM Golam Morshed Farooq, COO, Impress Newtex Group, Debashish Kumar Saha, Adviser, Esquire Group, ASM Hafizur Rahman, ED of RH Corporation, Amit K Biswas, ED of Robintex Group, were present as special guests on the occasion. Md. Abu Sayem, President of SPWA presided over the function. Md. Saiful Islam, General Secretary of SPWA, Mohammad Nurul Alam, Associate Editor of Textile Focus, Advertisers, and sponsors spoke at the event.

Engineer: Md. Safiqur Rahman said that skilled manpower is needed to strengthen the printing sector. He urged to set up a training institute for this purpose.

SPWA President, Abu Sayem said that there is no formal educational institution in the printing department for the garment sector of the country. A training institute will be set up soon in collaboration with USEP. For this, he sought the cooperation of the leaders of the garment sector.

The get-together event was designed with a quiz and various competitions for the participants to make them happy and enjoyable.

Screen Print Welfare Association is a non-government, non-profit, and non-political organization established in 2015 to serve the screen-printing community in Bangladesh. This organization is also organizing a get-together program with screen print workers outside the members. SPWA has 4243 registered members with 1748 factory involvement and made 151,230 corporate deals by now.

SPWA works in the fields of sustainable development, poverty alleviation, and empowerment of the poor through the provision of screen printing services supported by a wide array of other development programs.