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Apparel Online Bangladesh May, 2015

Fetch Higher FOBs With Minimum Investment

How does a shirt manufacturer move up the value chain without adding cost for fine shirting fabrics or using high-end pressing and finishing machines for making dress shirts? How does a bottom manufacturer move up the value chain without investing in washing equipments? The answer to both these questions is ‘workwear clothing’. While a shirt manufacturer can make shirts that are part of a complete uniform worn by a waiter, pilot, security guard or an engineer, a bottom manufacturer can make dungarees, bottoms and shorts with special pockets for holding tools and by just moving into the category a certain hike in the FOB is assured. The reason being, the…

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