“The decision of Bac Giang LGG Garment Corp to join ITMF is much welcome as it strengthens the voice of the Vietnamese textile and apparel industry at an international forum like ITMF. The textile value chains are very long and complex and above all very international. It is important for companies to understand the international dynamics and the evolution in this industry. Furthermore, it is helpful to learn from each other and to build an international network across the value chain. Therefore, we are convinced that by joining ITMF both Bac Giang LGG Garment and all other members as well as the textile industry as such will benefit,” stated Christian Schindler, director general of ITMF.
Vietnam-based Bac Giang LGG Garment Corporation has joined ITMF as a corporate member. After over 50 years of establishment and development, the company has expanded its scale and number of employees, becoming one of the leading garment manufacturing enterprises in the country. Currently, Bac Giang LGG Garment has six factories with nearly 7,000 employees.
“An international forum like ITMF is unique as it comprises members from around the world and from the entire textile value chain—from producers of fibres to those of finished products. In a global textile economy that has become more interconnected and that requires not only interaction with your direct suppliers and customers but also their suppliers and customers, it is important to be part of a platform like ITMF. More and more topics like compliance, traceability, sustainability, circularity, etc require collaboration across all textile segments and across borders. Therefore, it is relevant to build an international network that offers also in-person meetings. ITMF offers just that,” commented Tien Chung, CEO of Bac Giang LGG Garment Corporation.
Currently, Bac Giang LGG Garment has six factories with nearly 7,000 employees.
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (NB)