Dhaka, Jun 9 (UNB)- Daraz Bangladesh Limited, one of the leading ecommerce-based company of the country, has recently joined, Robi using the Mobile Number Portability (MNP) service.
Daraz Bangladesh Limited’s Managing Director, Syed Mostahidal Hoq and Robi’s Chief Enterprise Business Officer, Md Adil Hossain Noble signed a corporate agreement in this regard at the head office of Daraz Bangladesh in Banani.
Under the agreement, Daraz will enjoy special mobile based enterprise solutions, call-rate, call conferencing service, close user group facility along with many more value added services that includes data service.
Robi’s Enterprise Business division’s Vice President, Mohammad Fahmidul Hasan, General Manager, Md Monirul Islam and Enterprise Account Manager, Md Imrul Shahid and Daraz Bangladesh’s Chief Admin and Security Officer, Sadia Haque Simi were present at the signing ceremony.
Dhaka, June 9 (UNB)- PRAN, one of the biggest agro-processors in the country, has started mango collection and pulping activities like previous years to manufacture mango drink, juice, mango bar and other food items.
This year, PRAN is collecting and pulping the mango in its plants of PRAN Agro Ltd factory in Natore and Barind (Varendra) Industrial Park in Rajshahi. PRAN set target to procure 60,000 metric tons of mangoes for this season.
Sarowar Hossain, Deputy General Manager of Barind Industrial Park said, “We are collecting mangoes in our factory from Rajshahi, Chapainawabganj and its nearest region. In first phase, we are purchasing guti mango from May 28 and it will continue till first week of July. Our Natore factory is also collecting mango from different parts of the country.”
He also added that Pulp is being produced in the plant following aseptic technology. “The advantages of this technology are to preserve the pulps for two years maintaining its taste and freshness without freezing. In our plant, washing and peeling of mangos, waste management, packaging of pulp and related all steps are conducted without touch of hand. This factory is completely environment-friendly as we produce organic fertilizer and energy from wastage of mango. The plant has the capacity to crash 400 ton of mangoes every day”, he said.
Kamruzzaman Kamal, Marketing Director of PRAN-RFL Group, said “PRAN has started collecting a large amount of mango from the farmers of Rajshahi, Natore Chapai Nawabganj, Naogaon, Dinajpur, Meherpur and Satkhira. After collecting the mango, we send it to our Natore and Rajshahi factories.”
Dhaka, June 9 (UNB)- Islami Bank Officer Kallyan Samity on Sunday organized a Eid reunion at its head office in the city.
Md Mahbub ul Alam, Managing Director and CEO of the Bank addressed the program as chief guest with Md Aminur Rahman, Senior Vice President and President of Islami Bank Officer Kollyan Samity in the chair.
Md Shamsuzzaman, Additional Managing Director addressed the program as special guest. Mohammad Ali, Abu Reza Md. Yeahia, Taher Ahmed Chowdhury, Muhammad Qaisar Ali and Hasne Alam, Deputy Managing Directors and top executives of the bank also addressed the program.
Executives, officials and employees of the bank’s head office were present.
Dhaka, Jun 3 (UNB)- Cumilla zone of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited (IBBL) held a discussion on ‘Siam, Taqwa, Sadaqah and Waqf’ and iftar mahfil along with its clients and well-wishers at Cumilla Town Hall recently.
Md Mahbub ul Alam, Managing Director and CEO of the bank addressed the programme as the chief guest.
Presided over by Md Mosharraf Hossain, Executive Vice President and head of Cumilla Zone, Professor Dr Tofail Ahmed, Vice-Chancellor of Britannia University, Dr Mawlana Md Hefzur Rahman and Principal of Darul Ulum Ahmadia Kamil Madrasa of Haziganj addressed the programme among others.
Heads of Cumilla, Terry Patty and Cumilla Cantonment Branch along with other executives, clients and employees also attended the programme.
Dhaka, June 1 (UNB) - Vision, a popular brand of electronics products of RFL Group, has introduced ‘Ektu Baro’ offer for customers looking for new televisions ahead of Eid-ul-fitr as well as during the ongoing World Cup cricket.
Under the offer, buyers can be able to purchase a brand new LED and LED smart TV from Vision in exchange of old used televisions of any brand. Any brand of CRT, LCD and LED television can be exchanged as part of this offer.
The offer which started on May 1 will continue till July 15, said a press release on Saturday.
Rakib Ahmed, Senior Brand Manager of Vision, said, “Buyers will be able to purchase Vision 32 to 75 inch brand new LED and LED smart TVs by exchanging their used CRT, LCD, LED televisions. The exchange price is between Tk 3,000 and Tk 50,000 based on the TV size. The offer is available at Vision Emporiums and Vision Exclusive Showrooms across the country.”
Customers will be able to buy their desired models of television at Tk 19,500 to Tk 360,000, he said.
Mahabubul Wahid, General Manager (Marketing) of Vision Electronics, said, “We’ve introduced the offer for the customers who want to buy new desired LED televisions by exchanging their old ones. We’re also getting good response from the customers.“