Date Friday, Feb 26, 2021
Global Trade Concern Is A One Stop Service Provider For Manufacturing, Exporting, Buying & Sourcing Various Jute Commodities, Textile Commodities, Leather Commodities & CTC Tea In Bangladesh ✠ Global Trade Concern Is A One Stop Service Provider For Manufacturing, Exporting, Buying & Sourcing Various Jute Commodities, Textile Commodities, Leather Commodities & CTC Tea In Bangladesh ✠

Our Export Service

Our export services are limited to offer and export of several traditional Bangladeshi products from Bangladesh to any other foreign countries to our prospective and established clients worldwide. Presently we are offering and exporting the following categories of product which are technically interrelated with one another except tea.

Our Exportable Product


Jute is the main export oriented cash crop of Bangladesh. It is called as the Golden Fiber of Bangladesh. Jute is an integral part of Bangladeshi culture. It is grown widely all over Bangladesh but especially in the entire southwest portion of Bangladesh. Presently Bangladesh is the second largest jute producing country in the word. Bangladeshi jute is preferred by the consumers worldwide than any other countries because of it's superior quality. Monson climate and the delta plain washed by the criss crossed rivers bring it favourable fertility and minerals for production of superior quality jute. Jute is a rain-fed crop with little need for fertilizer and pesticides. The jute fiber comes from the stem and ribbon (outer skin) of the jute plant. The fibers are first extracted by retting. The retting process consists of bundling jute stems together and immersing them in slow running water. There are two types of retting. These are stem and ribbon. After the retting process, stripping begins. In the stripping process, non-fibrous matter is scraped off, then the workers dig in and grab the fibers from within the jute stem. Jute is one of the most affordable natural fibers and is second only to cotton in terms of production amount and diversifed consumption. It is a ligno-cellulosic fiber that is partially a textile fiber and partially wood. It falls into the bast fiber category (fiber collected from bast or skin of the plant) along with kenaf, industrial hemp, flax (linen), ramie, etc. The industrial term for jute fiber is raw jute. The fibers are off-white to brown, and 1 to 4 meters or 3 to 12 feet long.


Textile is a rapidly growing sector in the economy of Bangladesh. Presently it is the largest export earner among all the export oriented sectors that occupies about 3.6 million workers, 80% of whom are women. This sector now employs over 50% of the industrial workforce and earns 79% of the total export revenue which is about 5% of total national income. As per the latest statistic, Bangladesh earned over 28.09 Billion US Dollar in the financial year 2015-2016 from this sector. The textile sector in Bangladesh consists of 4 major segments. These are spin, weave, knit and readymade garment. The spinning mills are producing about 1,600 million kg of yarn whereas the weaving and knitting mills are producing and about 8,657 million meters of fabrics in every year. On the other hand readymade garment factories in Bangladesh produce about 475 millon dozens of export oriented assorted garments in every year. Here spinning mills, weaving mills and knitting mills are providing sufficient backup as main backward linkage industries for readymade garments industries. The main markets of Bangladeshi textiles are U.SA and the countries belonged to the EU. Besides, Bangladesh exports textiles to Canada, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Russia, Turkey, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Australia, Newzealand, India, Srilanka, Maldives, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Singapore, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Bahrain, Egypt, Uruguay, Sudan and South Africa regularly.


In Bangladesh, leather is the third largest export earning sector. Bangladesh produces 2% to 3% of the world’s leather. The aggregated output of leather is about 180 million feet square per anum. Most of the livestock base requires for this sector is domestically backed up, which is estimated as 1.8% of the world’s cattle stock and 3.7% of the goat stock. About 40% of the total supply of hide and skin comes from animals slaughtered during the annual Islamic festival known as Eid-Ul-Adha. In addition, the daily consumption of meat, other Islamic festivals and celebrations, etc. ensure the rest 60% supply of hide and skin. Bangladeshi leather and processed leather products have good reputation worldwide because of superior quality and competitive price. Leather processing and leather manufacturing sector in Bangladesh is almost entirely export-oriented. 95%-98% of the leather is produced for export purpose in deifferent forms because of the limited local consumption. Bangladeshi finished leather and leather goods are being exported to Italy, Spain, Portugal, Japan, China, Russia, Hong Kong, Brazil, France, UK, Holland, Australia, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, India, Vietnam, Singapore, Turkey, Uruguay, Korea, USA and many other countries regularly with very good reputation.


Tea is the second main export oriented cash crop of Bangladesh. Tea is mostly cultivated in the hill tracks of northeast portion of Bangladesh. Moderate height and slope of the hill tracks as well as heavy rain fall make this area suitable for production of premium quality tea in Bangladesh. Besides, a considerable quantity of tea is cultivated in the hill tracks of northwest and southeast portion of Bangladesh. Presently 53 million kg (On average) of tea is being produced in 115,820.33 hectare of land under 163 tea estates. Tea sector contributes about 1% of the total GDP in Bangladesh. This sector occupies approximately 0.2 million people directly and indirectly which is about 4.4% of the country's total employment. Bangladeshi tea, mostly black tea or black CTC tea is being exported to UAE , Australia, Bahrain, Canada, China , Cape Varde, Cyprus , United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Indonesia, India , Italy, Jordan, Japan, Korea, Kuwaut, Sri Lanka, Liberia, Mauritius, Maldives, Malaysia, Nigeria, Nepal, Newzealand, Oman, Papua New Guinea, Pakistan, Quatar, Saudia Arabia, Sweden, Singapore, USA and South Africa regularly. The term CTC tea stands for crush, tear and curl tea. There are three main categories of CTC tea available in Bangladesh, commonly known as broken tea, fanning tea and dust tea. The grades of broken tea are FP tea or flowery pekoe tea, FBOP tea or flowery broken orange pekoe tea, BOP tea or broken orange pekoe tea and GBOP tea or golden orange broken pekoe tea, grades of fanning tea are known as OF tea or orange fanning tea, FOF tea or flowery orange fanning tea, PF tea or pekoe fanning tea and dust tea are RD tea or red dust tea, PD tea or pekoe dust tea and CD tea or churamoni dust tea.

Our Role As An Exporter

We ensure the following aspect of an export deal through our export service to our prospective and established clients while our established clients get special priority and care in all the applicable cases than the prospective clients.

  • Prompt response to the queries.
  • Pricing precisely.
  • Identifying and selecting the appropriate factories.
  • Allocating the orders to several factories at a time to maintain right delivery schedule.
  • Inspecting the factories timely to observe the quality of products and progress of production.
  • Arranging pre-shipment inspections by the third party PSI agencies.
  • Freight forwarding.
  • Delivering the consignments to the destination by sea or air route as desired by the clients.

We already accomplished the local legislative procedures to create the surrounding favourable environments for exporting the above mentioned products as well as gained enough expertise in relevant products and business knowhow require to complete every export deal smoothly and successfully.

We welcome the manufacturers, importers and wholesellers to avail our export service who are involved in the supply chain of these products worldwide.