Bangladeshi Jute

Bangladeshi Jute

an important industry and natural fibre for Bangladesh

Location: 

Nowhata, Bangladesh

Duration: 

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Jute is the second most important fibre after cotton
  2. Jute products and production is very important for Bangladeshinfo-icon
  3. 50 million people in Bangladesh are involved in this market
  4. Jute industry only contributes about 5% to Bangladesh's GDP
  5. Usage: from ropes and bags, up to industrial material

Image sources

  1. Jute plant harvest
  2. Drying the jute plants
  3. Creating ropes from jute
  4. Cleaning the jute plants
  5. Jute ready to be processed

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