A delegation of BGMEA led by President Faruque Hassan has visited SK ecoplant, a leading environmental services provider in South Korean, to get an experience of its innovative eco-friendly technologies that help to preserve the environment through energy efficiency and reduction of harmful waste in the industrial sector.
The Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) delegation included Vice President Shahidullah Azim, Director Asif Ashraf, Managing Director of DBL Group M. A. Jabbar and Managing Director of Hams Group Engr. Md. Shafiqur Rahman and Ashaab Adeeb Hassan, Director of Giant Group.
During the visit on October 28, the BGMEA delegation conveyed keen interest to collaborate with SK ecoplant to support Bangladesh's RMG industry in adopting innovative technologies and processes to become more efficient and sustainable, said a press release on Saturday.
BGMEA President Faruque Hassan invited SK ecoplant team to visit Dhaka and organise a joint workshop to make Bangladeshi garment factories aware of innovative technologies, especially incineration boiler, waste heat recovery and sludge management.
They expressed their willingness to explore the potential areas of collaboration with BGMEA.
Faruque Hassan said the RMG industry of Bangladesh is increasing focusing on enhancing productivity and efficiency while attaching utmost importance to environmental sustainability to make the industry competitive and sustainable in the long run.
He invited the SK ecoplant team to the Made in Bangladesh Week which will be organised by BGMEA on 12-18 November in Dhaka to promote Bangladesh and the RMG industry by showcasing its strengths and encouraging stories internationally.