‘’Awareness course on GOTS and OCS requirement’’ has been held at Dhaka.

Fazlul Haque
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Fazlul Haque, Staff Correspondent : ‘’Awareness course on GOTS and OCS requirement’’ held at the conference hall of three star Hotel Marino located at Uttara, Dhaka, Bangladesh. This was the First ever in Bangladesh a training has been public course organized on organic certification requirement in Dhaka. This training course has been jointly organized by Global Sustainable Certification Service Limited and CERES Bangladesh.

Mr. Abdul Mottaleb is conducting the training as a lead trainer.     Photo : Hasan

Mr. Abdul Mottaleb Lead the training who is the Managing Director of GLobal Sustainable Certification Ltd and representing CERES GMBH in Bangladesh.

Mr. Mottaleb was talking with the RMG Times representative during the lunch break. He Said, the worldwide demand of organic textiles is gradually increasing. So that we need to create the awareness on the organic textile production and certification as one of the Major Apparel producing countries. This is our first initiative to arrange a training about organic production in RMG sector to prepare our local people to face the upcoming challenges on the increasing demand of organic textiles.

Delegates and Lead Trainer in the same Frame. Photo : Hasan

About 40 participants from different garment manufacturing factories, buying house and Brands attended in the training.

Mr. Mottaleb Added That, the Large importers like H&M, C&A other World reputed Brands is sourcing Organic cloths from Bangladesh and the order quantity is increasing gradually as the consumer awareness to chemical hazards on the Garments is increasing.

GSCS is planning to arrange continuous training on it to train the garments production people to meet the standard requirement, Mr. Mottaleb Added.

A participant of this training course said to RMG Times, This training program was very helpful for them as the concept is very new. He appreciated GSCS step to build the capacity of RMG people and expect more training from them including other areas where we have grey ideas.