Chapter 7. Industries of Bangladesh

Chapter 7. Industries of Bangladesh. Nafis uncle Chattak cement factory engineer. Nafis, his parents and school vacation With siblings uncle came to visit. Her uncle and his cousin-sisters how cement is made Went see. Thousands rally saw Nafis stones. Day and told his uncle border with India Countless stones from coming here. All the cement raw materials in stone. Stone in the process of Cement is converted. Khattak very quality cement. Meet Nafis Chattak cement factory in Bangladesh is an important industry. This chapter covers the different types of art, will discuss the importance of these problems and possibilities.

Chapter 7. Industries of Bangladesh

Chapter 7. Industries of Bangladesh

Chapter 7. Industries of Bangladesh

Chapter 7. Industries of Bangladesh

Typically, using a wide range of capital goods factory raw or primary traybake secondary or final products of the conversion process is called. Industrial production is usually karakhana bhittika karakhana samuhake specific product called together industry. Such as the jute industry, the textile industry. Bangladesh is an agricultural country, but not less than the role of industry in the economy.

Industry’s role in the economy is on the rise. The rise in public and private patronage and initiatives. Established industries operate profitably, the main objective of economic growth. According to the National Industrial Policy 010 manufacturing industry and service industry in a broader sense, the industry is divided into two.

In the 2017-2018 financial year, the per capita income of Bangladesh hits record growth. It has achieved a 7.86% highest ever GDP growth rate in the history of Bangladesh. For the last 2 decades, Bangladesh’s economy has grown by 6% annually where Bangladeshi Local Companies are contributing remarkably. It’s surprising for the world but Bangladesh is somehow pulling their economy up with 109.1 million labor force. Companies like PRAN, BEXIMCO, and SQUARE are the asset in Bangladesh’s Economy. Here, we showcase the list of 10 groups of companies in Bangladesh. These groups of companies is pushing Bangladesh’s economy to a new level.

PRAN-RFL GROUP 

PRAN stands for “Program for Rural Advancement Nationally”. For developing the rural economy and agro-based product, PRAN was established in 1981 by retired Major General Amjad Khan Chowdhury. Today it is one of the largest food product corporations in Bangladesh. PRAN started its journey in 1981 as a processor of fruits and vegetables. Its products are exported to 138 countries these days.

On the other hand, RFL previously called ‘Rangpur Foundry Limited’ started its operation in 1980 with cast iron. Today it is the market leader in Cast Iron, PVC and Plastic Items. Its first shipment was worth 3 million USD and its continuously increasing its product line these days.

Recently, In 2017 PRAN’s exports had reached $231 million. PRAN-RFL has 80 thousand direct employees and 200 thousand indirect employees to run their operations around the country. The biggest markets for the company are in India, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Malaysia & Oman. PRAN also have started to export cassava to New Zealand from April 2016. The Products of the PRAN-RFL groups are Lift & Generator, Culinary, Biscuit & Bakery, Confectionery, Dairy, Juice, Rice, Snacks, Textile, Toiletries, Spice, Electronics, Furniture, Foundry, Bike, Stationery, Poly Bag, Hanger, Water Tank, PVC.

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Chapter 7. Industries of Bangladesh

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