Jute was once known as the golden fiber of Bangladesh, since it was the most important cash crop for the country. Jute fiber is produced mainly from two commercially important species, namely White Jute (Corchours capsularis), and Tossa Jute (Corchorus olitorius). The center of origin of white jute is said to be Indo-Burma including South China, and that of tossa Africa.

It is grown in Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Nepal, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Brazil and some other countries. Bangladesh used to enjoy almost a monopoly of this fibre commercially; its share in the export market was 80% in 1947-48 but in 1975-76 it fell to only 25%. This fall in the world market was due to the fact that many countries had started growing jute and allied fibres. The substitutes of jute are multiwalled paper bags, poly-propelin, polythylene, and natural fibres from kenaf, hemp, sida, sunhemp, etc. Jute fibres are used in hessians and gunnies, carpet and rugs, paper, canvas, tarpaulin, handicrafts, etc. Jute was cultivated in ancient times in Bengal.

Jute and jute-based products are put to a wide range of uses. Since antiquity it has been used as a raw material for packaging. Before being used as a commercial commodity it was used in different parts of the world to make household and farm implements such as ropes, handmade clothes, wall hangings, etc.

In Bengal sacks and saris made of jute were commonly used in the Middle Age. Export of sacks started in the 18th century. Its leaves and roots were used as herbal medicine, and as vegetable by the local people. Its use as an industrial commodity began in the Crimean war when it was used as a substitute of flax. Its use was popularized primarily in Western Europe, particularly at Dundee. Traditionally, use of jute products are limited to packaging materials like twine, hessian, gunny bag, twill, carpet backing, wool pack, tarpaulin, mats, canvas, wall cover, upholstery, and as furnishing fabrics of different types and natures.

What we do on Jute & Jute products?

We are ExpoBD, an Export firm established on July, 2017, based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. We are a group of team members aiming to export quality Jute Products from Bangladesh to worldwide buyers. We are committed to export quality goods and as per the requirements of the buyers, as well as to seal the order within the timeframe.

Among many other products we export, Jute & Jute products are the major products that we feel better and confident to export. This is known by the world that the quality of the jute of Bangladesh is better than anywhere else. Our government is also paying interest to export jute and jute products worldwide.

We have reliable and trustable sources for jute products, where we gets our order done. These sources do their production of jute products in their own industries. They produce handmade products, as well as machine produced products. These jute product producers are well known, govt. authorised and well experienced in Bangladesh.

We take order for any item chosen from our website, any design from the buyers or any types of special requirements (Logo/Pictures/Name on product etc.) for our buyers. We deal with small or large amount of products (Note: Exportable numbers).We are very concern to maintain the quality of the product as per the requirements of our buyers and also to seal the order within the timeframe.

We are running our business according the rules and regulations of the Govt. of Peoples republic of Bangladesh. Our government is also paying their interest to elaborate the export opportunity of jute & jute products. We are aiming to export any countries of the world making less profit, but maintaining the best quality.