At the seminar, there were three panel members including Prodeep J. Sugathadasa, Director & General Manager, Paxar Bangladesh Limited, Fazlul Haque, President, BKMEA and Lurens. F. Muller, Country Manager, The Cotton Group B&C. The seminar was hosted by Aamra resources limited. The seminar was conducted by Syed Farhad Ahmed, Managing Director of aamra group of companies. All the speakers were very much optimistic regarding the future of RGM sector of
Lurens. F. Muller addressed the development of infrastructure in the sector as one of the ways to increase the revenue from RMG export. Besides, Mr. Lurens Muller also stressed on the technological development of the sector, indicating the ever-increasing competition with other markets like
Prodeep J. Sugathadasa did also point out some key issues to generate more revenue from RMG export. He said
Aside from price being a factor in generating more revenues, Prodeep J. Sugathadasa also indicated world class facilities and strong middle management with high priority. To him, management of the factories has a lot to do with giving better customer satisfaction which will help the factories to have more revenues from RMG sector. Saying that
Fazlul Haque, president of BKMEA, also talked about some important issues needed to in order to increase the revenue from this sector. He said that 40% increase in the productivity was readily possible in the factories even without spending a dollar more on equipments. He said that even the best factory in the country was producing half of its maximum capabilities. So, BKMEA organized a three-month long program in which the policy makers of the factories would be able to learn how to increase the productivity within the same set of facilities. He also focused on product diversification as one of the ways of increasing revenues from EMG export sector. Mr. Haque said with sheer confidence that
Mr. Farhad Ahmed was expressing his thoughts and ideas over the issue while changing the turn of the panel members. He talked about the state of the run products. He focused on better management within the factories.
Following the session of the panel members, there was open discussion accepting suggestions and questions from the audience. A few foreigners from different garments related institution were joined in the discussion. They have pointed out that