Diversification of denim and its future in Bangladesh

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Diversification of denim and its future in Bangladesh

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  2. 2. SOUTHEAST UNIVERSITY Department of Textile Engineering 2
  3. 3. • Abstract • Introduction • Experimental • Results & Discussion • Conclusion • Acknowledgement • References 3
  4. 4. • Acknowledgement • Abstract • Introduction • Experimental • Results & Discussion • Conclusion • References 4
  5. 5. • Denim is a cotton or cotton/polyester blend, durable heavy weight twill weave yarn dyed fabric. Usually the warp is colored and weft is white. • The term “Denim” comes from the city of Nimes in France. • Long wearing & fashionable fabric. • Denim was originally used by workers. They wore denim clothes because of its durability & safety. • In the 1800’s American gold miners wanted clothes that were strong and did not tear easily. Levi Strauss started a wholesale business, supplying clothes to people who required it. He made overalls, commonly known as jeans. • Levi, this is when the brand Levi Strauss was created and is still extremely successful today. 5
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  7. 7. 40% 15% 5% 15% 25% 7
  8. 8. Denim Brand Denim Brand Denim Brand 45rpm Edwin Mavi Jeans 1921 Jeans Evisu Miss Sixty 575 Denim Genetic Denim Naked & Famous 7 for all Mankind Giorgio Armani Nudie Acne Jeans Hudson Jeans Paige Premium AG Jeans Iron Heart Paper Denim Antik Denim J Brand PRPS Cheap Monday Joe’s Jeans Rag & Bone Citizens of Humanity Juicy Courture Red Monkey Current/Elliot Kasil Rock & Republic Del Forte Denim Ksubi Samurai Diesel LA Denim Atelier Serfontaine dvb – Denim Lee Jeans Siwy Denim Earl Jeans Levi’s Sugarcane Earnest Sewn Loomstate True Religion G Star William Rast Wrangler 8
  9. 9. Continents No. of Producers Yearly Production (in linear yards) ASIA (CHINA) 297 3497000000 ASIA (OTHER COUNTRIES) 104 1880000000 NORTH AMERICA 9 406000000 EUROPE 41 698000000 LATIN AMERICA 46 1082000000 AFRICA 15 164000000 AUSTRALIA 1 15000000 TOTAL WORLD 513 9
  10. 10. Fabric Manufacturing Mills 703 Woven 561 Denim 21 Home Textiles 18 Knit Fabrics 103 Bengal Denim Ltd. Beximco Textiles Ltd. Chittagong Denim Mills Ltd. Desh Denim Mills Ltd. Dhaka Denim Ltd. Envoy Textiles Ltd. Ha-Meem Denim Ltd. Mab Denim Ltd. Nassa Group Pacific Denims Ltd. Partex Denim ltd. Royal Denim Ltd. Shasha Denims Ltd. Sinha Denim Ltd. Titas Spinning & Denim Company Ltd. Top Listed Denim Mills: 10
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  14. 14. • Acknowledgement • Abstract • Introduction • Experimental • Results & Discussion • Conclusion • References 14
  15. 15. Diversification Categories: • According to Weave • According to Yarn Characteristics • According to Yarn Composition • According to Color • According to Finishing • According to Wash • According to end use 15
  16. 16. Right Hand Twill Left Hand Twill 1/1 Chambray Broken Twill Zig-Zag Twill Herringbone Twill Cord Fancy Design 16
  17. 17. Ring yarn OE yarn Slub yarn Multi yarn Polyester in weft Lycra+Cotton in weft Lycra+Polyester in weft 17
  18. 18. Weight Range: 4.0 oz/yd2 to 16.0 oz/yd2 Light: 4.50 oz/yd2 Medium: 7.00 oz/yd2 Heavy: 15.50 oz/yd2 18
  19. 19. Indigo Indigo Dark Blue Black Black Ash Solid Dyed 19
  20. 20. 100% cotton coated Polyester coated Poly Stretch coated Printed Denim 20
  21. 21. • Acknowledgement • Abstract • Introduction • Experimental • Results & Discussion • Conclusion • References 21
  22. 22. • Cotton/bamboo fiber denim • Tencel/cotton denim • Pure tencel denim • DuPont Coolmax functional fiber demin • Silk Denim • Jacquard Denim • And many more.. 22
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  24. 24. • Increase Facility For Denim Research • Making Research Team • Improve Spinning Techniques • Increase Govt. Facility • Sample Making • Own Creativity • Always Connect With World • Think About Different Uses 24
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  26. 26. At present, more than 78 per cent of the country’s export earnings come from Textiles & Clothing. Denim Manufacturing can be a key to success for Bangladesh. So in that situation we need to think deep about denim and its different uses. The Govt. should take step now because this is the right time we are crossing. Diversified Denim has huge market & popularity all over the world. 26
  27. 27. We are very much grateful to: • Prof. Dr. Engr. Ayub Nabi Khan – Lecturer, Southeast University. • Professor Syed Fakhrul Hassan – Chairman, Southeast University. • Mr. Rafat Bin Hasan – Denim Technologist, Partex Denim Ltd. • Everybody who helped us. 27
  28. 28. Mohammad Israfil Alam ID: 2007200400045 Batch: 6th (FMT) E-mail: israfil_tex@yahoo.com Cell: 01717123339 Gazi Rushel Uz Zaman ID: 2007200400046 Batch: 6th (FMT) E-mail: rushel.shuvo@yahoo.com Cell: 01913728915 28
  29. 29. • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denim • http://www.denimblog.com/ • www.cottoninc.com • http://www.denimist.com.tr/ • http://www.denimsandjeans.com/denim-brands/ • http://www.denimsandjeans.com/ • http://www.btmadhaka.com/Bangladesh%20Textile%20Industry.html 29

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