2019 Bangladesh Dhaka Textile Fabrics Exhibition
DIFS 2019 Bangladesh (Dhaka) International Fabric Exhibition
Date: January 23-26, 2019 Opening hours: 10:30~19:30
Venue: Bangladesh International Convention Center International Convention City, Bashundhara
The 2019 Dhaka International Fabrics Fair will be held in conjunction with the Bangladeshi Garment and Textile Machinery Exhibition TEXTECH 2019. The two exhibitions will attract a large number of apparel industry visitors from Bangladesh. Clothing is a large export industry in Bangladesh with exports of more than $7 billion, and 75% of the woven fabrics of more than 5,000 garment factories need to be imported from other countries. DIFS Dhaka International Fabrics Fair will enable buyers to meet with domestic and foreign textile manufacturers to purchase high quality and reasonably priced textiles. The DIFS audience will have the opportunity to discover something unique, exciting and innovative. Leading manufacturers from around the world will bring good products to the Bangladeshi garment industry. The combination of original design and innovation with traditional quality and style will be the key to the success of the show.
Booths are limited, first come first served. We look forward to your arrival!
Exhibitors: synthetic fabrics (woven/knitted), natural fabrics (woven/knitted), accessories (zippers, buttons, hangtags, weaving, webbing, etc.)
Yarns and fibers, artificial leather, fancy finishing, accessories, CAD/CAM and e-commerce
Machinery: sewing machine, embroidery machine, cutting machine, printing machine, overlock sewing machine, spinning equipment, quilting machine, ironing machine, covering machine, knitting machine, screen printing machine, knitting machinery and other mechanical equipment and Accessories
Exhibition area: about 20,000 square meters;
Number of exhibitors: more than 800 countries and regions from the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Greece, Turkey, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, China, Taiwan and the Middle East
On October 4, 1975, China and Bangladesh formally established diplomatic relations. Since then, relations between the two countries have developed rapidly. The friendly and cooperative relations between the two countries in the political, economic and cultural fields have continued to be consolidated and strengthened. My exports to Bangladesh mainly include textiles (47.23%), machinery and transportation equipment (30.1%), chemical products (8.02%), metals and metal products (4.26%), steel (1.15%), petroleum and petroleum products (0.47). %), etc.; imports from Bangladesh currently mainly include leather and leather products (81.73%), textiles and related products (4.17%), frozen foods (3.81%) and jute (2.66%).
Why choose Bangladesh?
Bangladesh has a population of 145 million and the market is growing. Textiles are the export industry of the country. High-growth garments account for 76% of total exports. Bangladesh exported 7.5 billion US dollars of garments, ranking the top five in the world for garment exports. By 2016, the export target is set at 20 billion US dollars.
Bangladesh currently has 247 private spinning mills with a capacity of 5.2 million spindles and 365 weaving mills with a production capacity of 900 million meters. There are also 1.1 billion meters of grey fabrics produced by semi-mechanical/mechanized power looms and handlooms; more than 4,000 garment factories and 4.5 million workers. Although it is widely believed that the post-quota era is not good for it, the textile and garment industry in Bangladesh will continue to grow in 2015~2016. Due to the WTO's restrictions on Chinese textiles, some US buyers have turned orders from China to Bangladesh. Moreover, Bangladesh enjoys the duty-free market entry treatment under the EU GSP and EBA. Bangladesh exports to Canada, Australia, Japan, Norway and other countries also enjoy duty-free market access.
In order to accelerate the economic development of the country, the Bangladesh government attaches great importance to attracting foreign investment. The government has issued a series of financial and non-financial incentives and policies, including tax holidays, cancellation of all non-tariff barriers, duty-free import of capital machinery, and cash assistance for exporters to purchase fabrics from the country... Bangladesh has also followed Very free and open import practices. The Bangladeshi currency is stable and the inflation rate is low.
Despite the fierce international competition, Bangladesh is able to compete with any country in textile and apparel exports. Huge potential and market opportunities have led to continued growth in the country's textile industry. Now is a good opportunity to enter the Bangladesh market.