Leaders of the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) and Bangladesh Truck Covered Van Owners Association (BTCVOA) have underscored the need for concerted efforts of exporters, transport owners, police administration and other parties concerned to prevent the theft of RMG goods during transportation.
They made the call at a meeting held between the two associations at BGMEA Complex in the capital on Monday, said a press release.
They sat together to discuss measures and ways to stop stealing of RMG export goods on the Dhaka-Chattogram highway.
Apart from financial losses, stealing incidents put exporters in an embarrassing situation when such cases are detected after products reach buyers, they said.
They suggested all garment factories to keep the photos of drivers, helpers and travel documents including licenses of trucks and covered vans as a precautionary measure.
The BGMEA leaders requested to ensure GPS tracker in all goods-laden cargo vans as a step to prevent stealing goods during transportation.
BGMEA President Faruque Hassan said the RMG industry of Bangladesh has earned global reputation as the safest and greenest industry in the world, and it’s achievement that we all have to retain.