BANGLADESH: Natco invests $7.4m in apparel label facility
California-based North American Textile Company (Natco) is to expand its operations in Bangladesh with a $7.39m investment in a new facility to produce apparel labels and tags.
The new unit at the Adamjee Export Processing Zone is set to go into production by the end of January 2013, according to Al-Mamun M Rashel, country manager of Natco Global Packaging Dhaka.
He told just-style the company already operates in 25 countries including India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
- Why should brands care about China cotton?
- New Gap CEO set to tackle “aesthetic issue”
- Falling euro adds to Bangladesh production woes
- Low labour cost countries linked to highest risks
- Myanmar Code of Conduct a first step in compliance
- M&S Asia head quits as China stores to close
- Abercrombie & Fitch reports “dismal” FY
- Gap names new design head amid mixed Q4
- Pay rise mulled for Sri Lanka garment workers
- US labour concerns at Honduras apparel makers
- Myanmar's Garment Sector - Opportunities & Challenges in 2015
- Apparel Retail: Top 5 Emerging Markets Industry Guide
- Outdoor performance apparel: peaks, valleys, and green fields
- Management briefing: Outlook 2015: Apparel industry issues in the year ahead
- Global market review of swimwear - forecasts to 2019