Coronavirus outbreak in the country caused a lot of interruptions in various fields. With the lockdown presumably over and industries and factories coming back to life, it is expected that the country will get back on track in terms of economy soon. In this regard, the RMG sector of the country is also pumping out order after order to fulfil their role.
A report published in this daily projected that export-oriented readymade garment factory hubs in Narayanganj, Savar and Gazipur areas are back to their usual work environs. Most of the workforce in these factories has rejoined factories following the Eid-ul-Azha holidays.
This is a scene that determines the relative efficiency of the RMG sector in the country. It is also being perceived that there are massive amounts of pending orders for export which the factories are dishing out diligently.
With people returning to work in their respective spheres
this large sector can also give hope of financial stability to
the families which faced crises in the lockdown period
In this continuation, it also gives hope to the workers who were previously laid off due to the lockdown. And with people returning to work in their respective spheres this large sector can also give hope of financial stability to the families which faced crises in the lockdown period. Afterwards, with the post-lockdown workflow in the factories it can be said that a healthy mental state is also being created amongst the factory workers.
Previously there were many protests for wage and bonuses by the factory workers. But these discrepancies are all in the past and it is time to look towards a future where the RMG sector will once again bolster the economy of the country. Meanwhile, with the current pandemic still being a problem in the world there is a massive rise of demand in medical, surgical and protective equipments. Most of the garment factories in the country are also involved in the production of these materials, so a better export scene is expected by all.
Above all, it should be ensured that proper safety and health measures are in place at the factories to prevent the spread of coronavirus. However, despite all these the wheel of economy must keep spinning and factories must come to life once again in full swing.