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RMG Sectors In bangladesh


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RMG Sectors In bangladesh

  1. 1. Presentation Topic:
  2. 2. Md. Sumon Sarder ID: 161-15-953
  3. 3. RMG(Ready-Made Garments) Sectors in Bangladesh What is RMG? Ready-made garments are mass-produced finished textile products of the clothing industry. They are made from many different fabrics and yarns. RMG Sector in Bangladesh : The economy of Bangladesh is significantly dependent on agriculture. But its a great news for the country that, readymade garments (RMG) sector of Bangladesh has raised as the biggest earner of foreign currency. This sector creates about 4.2 million employment opportunities and contributes significantly to the GDP.
  4. 4. Ready-Made Garments (RMG) Industry in Bangladesh:
  5. 5. Growth Sequence of RMG Industry in Bangladesh:
  6. 6. Some Milestones of our RMG Industry in Bangladesh :
  7. 7. Workers Details Of RMG According to the survey, there are 3,596 active RMG factories in Bangladesh with 3.5 million workers, of which 60.8% are female and 39.2% are male. In the previous survey in 2015, the workers were 36% male and 64% female. Average Age: Female : 23.8 years Male : 23.5 years
  8. 8. Work Duration: A garments worker has to reach to garments very early morning. He/she works there long 10-12 hours. Sometimes he/she has to work up to midnight and he/she also does not get any vehicle at that time for returning home. He/she does not get extra holiday except Friday and special occasions like Eid. If he/she does not go to work for any emergency personal work, then he/she does not get money for those days. As a result their life becomes bored.
  9. 9. Salary Minimum 8000 taka and maximum 18,257 taka
  10. 10. Statistical Report Of Workers Growth:
  11. 11. Role of BGMEA in the Development of Bangladesh Ready-made Garments (RMG) Sector  What is BGMEA?  Those who are doing job or study in garments sector must know about BGMEA. BGMEA is building a strong backbone of Bangladesh’s economy. BGMEA actually the short form of – “Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association” which is one of the largest trade associations in our country
  12. 12. How BGMEA Runs?  BGMEA is consists of by 27-members.There are Board of Directors, those are elected person. The Board of Directors is elected for a two-year term. The Board of Directors takes assistance from different Standing Committees headed by a Chairman and composed of members having vast experience in the related fields. But the President is the highest executive authority of the association. In BGMEA election the entire disciplined are maintained with restriction.
  13. 13. Mission and Vision  BGMEA has some mission and vision. BGMEA works with the vision-  To develop the RMG industry of Bangladesh.  To develop the economy of the country.  To protect and promote the interests of the industry.  To ensure all legitimate rights and privileges of the garments Workers.
  14. 14. Playing Role to Develop Garments Sector  Trade Facilitation & Promotion.  Human Resources Development.  Green & Clean Production.  Garments related education.  Healthcare for the workers.  Increasing wages.  The CSR initiatives of BGMEA.
  15. 15. Factory Crisis in Bangladesh RMG Sector: (1) That's It Sportswear Ltd fire 2010 : On 14 December 2010 thirty people died and another 200 were seriously injured in a fire at the garment factory, "That’s It Sportswear Ltd", owned by Hameem Group.
  16. 16. (2) Tazreen Fashion factory fire in 2012: A fire broke out on 24 November 2012, in the Tazreen Fashion factory in Dhaka killing 117 people and injuring 200. It was the deadliest factory fire in the history of Bangladesh.
  17. 17. (3) Rana Plaza collapse in 2013 : On 24 April 2013 over 1045 textile workers factories making clothes for Western brands were killed when a garment factory collapsed. The 2013 Savar building collapse was in the Rana Plaza complex, in Savar. It was the "world's deadliest industrial accident" since the Bhopal disaster in India in 1984.
  18. 18. (4) Mirpur textile factory fire 2013 On 9 May 2013 eight people were killed when a fire broke out at a textile factory in an eleven-story building in the Mirpur industrial district owned by Tung Hai Group, a large garment exporter
  19. 19. Top Export Garments in Bangladesh: 1. Marks & Spencer Marks & Spencer is currently working with 12 LEED certified factories in Bangladesh. The British multinational company has been increasingly sourcing more apparel from Bangladesh in recent years as well with an increase of around 30% in the past three years! 2. Calvin Klein Calvin Klein, owned by PVH, signed the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh, and and spent up to $2.5 million to underwrite the program. They source apparels like underwear, t-shirts, denimwear, etc.
  20. 20. Top Export Garments in Bangladesh: 3. Lee Lee, one of the most well known denim brands in the world, is one of the many big brands taking advantage of Bangladesh’s fast growing Denim Industry. 4. H&M H&M is one of largest buyers in the Bangladesh clothing manufacturing industry. They have also signed the Accord on Fire and Building Safety.