Beximco, a vertically integrated textile and apparel manufacturer, has teamed up with FibreTrace to deliver complete supply chain traceability for its sustainable practices in Bangladesh and elsewhere.
FibreTrace pigment will be put into cotton, hemp, recycled polyester, and recycled cotton fiber during the spinning process, according to Asian business Beximco, and will remain with the textile for life — through usage, reuse, recycling, and reimagining.
A proprietary luminous pigment that is incorporated in raw fibers and is traced, verified, and audited in real-time at every stage of the global textile supply chain is the basis of the FibreTrace Verified technology. This is accomplished using a specialized handheld FibreTrace Bluetooth Scanner that was created exclusively for the textile and clothing supply chain. It locates and measures pigments in fiber, yarn, fabric, and completed goods and transmits encrypted data onto a secure blockchain.
Syed Naved Husain, CEO textile and group director of Beximco, said that they are thrilled to offer a range validated by trailblazing traceability technology FibreTrace as Bangladesh's most creative sustainable material supplier.
The business describes itself as having "the most advanced composite textile and apparel set up in the region, with cutting-edge technology spanning spinning, knitting, weaving, denim, and garment finishing."
Beximco has a history of utilizing cutting-edge, intelligent fibers, and the company is eager to use FibreTrace Verified technology to show its dedication to transparency and traceability as it monitors progress toward "further sustainable economic, social, and environmental development."
Beximco has dominance over production in Bangladesh and has the potential to finish 100,000 yards of cloth each day. It is one of the biggest corporations in the nation and keeps a significant presence in many of Bangladesh's most important industry sectors.
The textile sector of the company produces cotton and polyester blend fabric and apparel with full integration, meeting domestic and international market demand.
As of January 2023, yarn, woven fabrics, knit fabrics, and clothing resulting from the agreement will be offered.
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