The 11th Bangladesh International Dye Chemical Exhibition
Exhibition time September 12-15, 2017
Venue of Bangladesh Dhaka
Exhibition Contents Dyestuffs, Auxiliaries, Intermediates, Organic Pigments, Textile Chemicals, Fine Chemical Products, Basic Chemical Raw Materials, Chemical Cleaners, Cosmetics, Detergent Raw Materials, Electrochemicals, Electroplating Chemistry, Fertilizer, Food Chemicals, Inorganic Chemicals Chemicals, Laboratory Chemicals, Oilfield Chemicals, Functional Chemicals, Petrochemicals
Exhibition cycle One year
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The exhibition, hosted by CEMS-GLOBAL, is one of the DYECHEM series exhibitions organized by CEMS-GLOBAL in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Brazil and Singapore. The exhibition is held once a year and has been successfully held for nine sessions. As the only dye and chemical trade show in Bangladesh, the exhibition attracted a large number of professional buyers. The exhibitors repeatedly exhibited a high rate of participation. The professionalism of the exhibition was recognized by the industry. Exhibitors and local professional buyers passed this. The platform communicates and cooperates.
The exhibition will also hold the “Textech Bangladesh International Expo” and “Bangladesh International Yarn & Fabric Show” in the same period. The two textile exhibitions are Bangla Textile. The largest professional exhibition in the field of garment processing has a long history. It has strongly promoted the development of the textile industry in Bangladesh for over 10 years. The textile exhibition and dye chemical exhibition were held in the same period and complement each other, effectively promoting the development of trade relations between upstream and downstream industries.
In order to meet the needs of market development, in 2018 the exhibition will also increase the Bangladesh Chemical Exhibition (CHEM BANGLADESH), the exhibition's professionalism and attractiveness to local buyers will be further strengthened.
The total exhibition area of the three exhibitions exceeds 20,000 square meters, and the supply of booths is in short supply every year. The scale of the exhibition has increased. The number of exhibitors is nearly 1,000, and the proportion of exhibitors in China is relatively high. The popularity of the exhibition in the local textile industry is very high, attracting professional visitors from local and neighboring countries to visit and negotiate. The exhibition has become an iconic event for Bangladeshi local textile and chemical industry professionals.
In the 2017 exhibition, our company was the exclusive exhibition organization unit of the dye chemical museum in China. A total of nearly 50 Chinese companies participated in the exhibition. The majority of exhibitors exhibited remarkable results. More than half of the exhibitors reserved the next exhibition booth on the site. In 2018, our company will continue to exert its advantages in group exhibitions to provide exhibitors with the best booth location and the best quality service.
Bangladesh is increasingly becoming a textile giant in Asia. It is currently the second largest garment exporter in the world, second only to China, with a market share of approximately 4.8%. It has more than 5,000 garment factories and employs nearly 4.2 million workers. The production cost is relatively low and the products have obvious competitive advantages. The demand for textile-related machinery and equipment, fabrics and yarns is large. In recent years, Bangladesh's large-scale printing and dyeing companies have gradually increased. The demand for dyes is mainly reactive dyes, sulfur dyes, vat dyes, disperse dyes, and paint printing pastes. It is understood that currently Bangladesh does not have dyes and organic pigment manufacturing enterprises. The raw materials used are dependent on imports to meet the needs of the growing textile printing and dyeing industry. The dyes are mainly imported from India, Europe and China. Bangladesh encourages enterprises to export and processing materials from the national policy and enjoy tax incentives. Bangladesh has a large population, and the consumption of textiles and dyestuffs is relatively large. Exports are also growing. The development trend of the textile printing and dyeing industry is inevitable, and the potential of the market is also enormous.
Economic and trade relations
Bangladesh is located at the intersection of Asia, the three major economies of China, India, and ASEAN, and it is a bridge and tie for multi-lateral cooperation with a favorable geographical location. The construction of the Bangladesh-China-Burmese Economic Corridor will greatly promote the economic development of South Asia, and the trade pattern in the region may be rewritten. In the context of the interconnected regional construction, Bangladesh is expected to become an important commercial hub for regional cooperation with its superior geographic location.
In general, Bangladesh has better trade conditions and a broad market. The population of Bangladesh is huge. In recent years, the economy has been growing continuously. The income level of the people has increased and the consumption potential is huge. As Bangladesh belongs to the least developed countries, its export products enjoy preferential tariff-free and quota-free trade treatment in countries such as Europe, the United States, Japan, Canada, and Australia.
In recent years, bilateral trade between China and Bangladesh has grown rapidly. Since 2009, bilateral trade volume has maintained double-digit growth for many years. In 2014, the trade volume between the two countries reached 12.547 billion U.S. dollars, a year-on-year increase of 21.98%. Bangladesh has become my third largest trading partner in South Asia. In the bilateral trade, China's exports to Bangladesh include textiles, machinery, equipment, chemicals, fertilizers, seeds, and consumer goods.
Due to Bangladesh's large population, rapid economic development and large market capacity, it continues to attract Chinese investment. According to the statistics of the Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China, China directly invested 41.37 million U.S. dollars in Bangladesh in 2013. By the end of 2013, China’s direct investment in Bangladesh had a stock of US$159 million. China’s investment in Bangladesh is mainly concentrated in textile and apparel and related machinery and equipment, and is mainly focused on small and medium-sized enterprises.
Fengmao International Exhibition (Beijing) Co., Ltd.
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