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Textile Fibre, Yarn & Fabric

If the quality of the fiber & yarn are not properly identified & known to the people who are engaged with pricing with foreign buyer then proper …

  • Date : 26 th November & 3rd December
  • Time: 9:00 AM- 5:00 PM
  • Last Date of Registration: First come first serve basis
  • Dedicated Course Trainer
  • Contact: +88 01734 211085
  • Venue : Textile Today Office Premise : 25 A , Lake Drive Road , Sector 7 , Uttara , Dhaka


Textile Industry in Bangladesh is passing through many challenges at different stages. To survive &  to achieve regular growth at business, Factory owners & entrepreneurs  need efficient  personnel at every sections of fabric productions . Fiber & yarn are core of fabric. If the quality of the fiber & yarn are not properly identified & known to the people who are engaged with pricing with foreign buyer then proper pricing can not be done. On the other hand, the people who are on the top position of knitting & dyeing should have proper knowledge on fiber & yarn to maintain the fabric Quality. Everyone who is engaged with fabric production must need proper knowledge on fiber and yarn to produce quality fabric.

Now a days, new technologies are introducing at a frequent rate to the textile Industry for producing Yarn from fiber. If the new technologies are not properly well known to the people who are working with the production department then the best result cannot be achieved. So to meet Buyers demand & new taste we have to be familiar with the new technologies. One of the main targets of Textile Today will be to make the participants familiar with the new technologies & information as Textile Today is trying to establish themselves as the Knowledge Leader.

Course Contents:

Part: 1 & 2

  • An introduction to the textile fibers.
  • Cost effectiveness and consumption of different types of fabric produced from different fibres all around the globe.
  • Machineries used for producing different types of fibre.
  • Differences Challenges & final benefit of producing different types of fibre.
  • General characteristics. Nature, physical structure of textile fibers.
  • Textile Fibers Classification (natural, man-made).
  • Changes in the production and consumption of textile fibers.
  • Analytical presentation of each fibre type (cellulosic fibres, protein fibres, manmade fibres based on natural polymers, synthetic fibres). An emphasis is given on the morphology and physical characteristics of natural fibers and the spinning methods of the man-made fibres.
  • Textile fibre identification (methods and testing equipment’s).
  • Physical properties and characteristics of Textile fibers.
  • Methods and devices for determining the physical, mechanical, chemical properties.
  • Uses and requirements of the appropriate fibre blending for the achievement of the desired final product for specific use.
  • Effect of fibre properties and characteristics on the final textile product.
  • Laboratory testing for the identification of Textile fibers. Determination of physical, mechanical and chemical properties (fibre length, fineness, diameter, morphology, linear density, moisture content, tensile strength).

Part: 3

  • Raw material of knitting (Yarn specially synthetic)
  • Research and Development of knitted fabrics
  • Category of developing knitted fabrics
  • Technical knowledge and Analytical ability
  • Scope of Synthetic fabric and its future in BD
  • Challenge of Fabric costing and fabric price with Vietnam, China, and Cambodia.
  • Utilization of Manpower & Talent
  • Concept of knitting Quality
  • Application of Q.C Circle, 5S & LEAN in knitting as well as textile.
  • Risk Analysis of competitive market (Price of raw material, machine & others).
  • Automation of knitting
  • Future scope of business (Warp Knit & Seam less) in Bangladesh
  • Growth of Recycle and sustainability

Part – 4:

  • Research & development of Woven Fabric.
  • New development of woven fabric
  • Trend of time.
  • Process involved in manufacturing different kinds of woven fabric .
  • Machinery used to developed & manufactured of new fabrics.
  • Technology in woven fabric.

Course Fee :

For individual training modules: 5900/- (Five Thousand Nine Hundred  Taka Only)

Course Fee :

BDT 5900 /- ( Five Thousand Nine Hundred Taka Only )

Mentors Profile

Engr. Rafat Hasan Chowdhury

Engr. Rafat Hasan Chowdhury

Director Huetech Yarn Limited Sole Agent of Huafon Spandex Yarn and Fabric Sourcing Engr. Rafat […]

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Rahinur Islam Limon

Rahinur Islam Limon

Asst. General Manager (Knitting) Fakhruddin Textile Mills Limited

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List of Successful Certificate Receivers

1st Batch

Displaying 1 – 14 of 14

Name Company

Md Fakhruddin

Envoy Textiles Limited

Syed Jobayer Ahamad


Md. Tanvir Hasan Mahmud


Riasat Zaman


Md. Mahir Asif


Md. Tawfiq Elahi


Md. Provat Hossain Raj


Iqbal Hossain


Mohammad Nasir Uddin

Garments & Textile Consultants

Mahfuzur Rahman

Ben Chemicals BD

Md. Sanuardi Mithun

Mukashi Associates BD Ltd.



Md. Rokon Uddin

APS Group

Md. Tauhidul Islam

Liberty Associates

2nd Batch

Displaying 1 – 7 of 7

Name Company

Shahriar Islam


Tamim Bin Rafiq


Md. Zahirul Hoque


Shudhangsha Kumar Mondol


Md. Rifatur Rahman Miazee


H.M Mahbub Rabbani


Md. Farhan Shariar


3rd Batch

Displaying 1 – 10 of 10

Name Company

Habib Monzur Hasan (Bappu)

KRB International

Bashir Ahmed Sifath


S.M. Faiyaj


Md. Mehedi Hassan


Mokarimul Hoque


Sudipta Shekhor Roy


Sayeem Sarker


Ibrahim Khalil


SK Sadman Sakib


Fahim Ahmed Hazbi


4th Batch

Displaying 1 – 9 of 9

Name Company

Prince Al Farabi


Tanvir Sujoy


Sharoze Kabir


Farhan Shahriar


Mohammad Asaduzzaman


Tasmim Jahan Muna

Home Economics

Akil Mahadi


Nisha Mutsuddi

Barisal Textile Engineering College

Aminul Islam


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