Dhaka, Nov 3 (UNB)- Local electronics and electrical appliances manufacturer Marcel has brought nearly 50 various sorts of home appliances over the winter season.
To meet the target, Marcel undertook some timely initiative like showcasing huge number of models of home appliances, introducing new models, creating sufficient stocks in the outlets, bringing diversity in the product’s design, reshaping marketing strategies etc.
Centering this winter, the local brand has brought 19 models of rice cooker, 6 models of pressure cooker, 4 models of electric kettle and iron, 3 models of microwave oven and room heater, 8 models of blender, one model of energy efficient induction cooker.
Among these, Marcel newly released one model of microwave oven and blender.
Besides, there are two models of electric kettle and microwave oven in the upcoming list of the local brand’s home appliances.
Marcel officials said that the customers’ reliance on Marcel products is increasing every year. This year, the sales of Marcel home appliances have been increased by more than 30 percent in the period of January to September period compared to the sales of the same period of the previous year.
Marketing executives of home and electrical appliances division of Marcel said, they experienced higher demands of their produced induction cooker and room heater during the last year’s winter season.
Dr Md Shakhawat Hossen, head of sales of Marcel, said, sales of their home appliances during the last of couple of winters were quite satisfactory. This year, he said, they set a target of grabbing a remarkable portion of the local demands of the home appliances during winter.
To this extent, he said that they completed all of their preparation before the advent of winter.
Along with the home appliances, Marcel is manufacturing and marketing world-class frost and non-frost refrigerators, freezers, LED televisions, air conditioners, generators, electric fans, electric switch-sockets, acid led rechargeable batteries, air coolers, kitchen cookware, gas stoves, rechargeable lamps and torches, stabilizers and protectors, water purifiers etc.
Mentionable, Marcel is providing swift and after sales services to the users through its ISO standard service management system, where around 2,500 engineers and technicians were employed.
Dhaka, Nov 1 (UNB)- Al-Arafah Islami Bank Ltd (AIBL) started its three-month long CASA (Current Account & Savings Account) Campaign at its Motijheel Branch in the capital city on Thursday.
Managing Director (Current Charges) of AIBL, Md Fazlul Karim inaugurated the campaign as chief guest, while its Deputy Managing Director SM Jaffar was present as special guest.
Presided by Abdullah Al Mamun, Executive Vice President and Manager of Motijheel Branch, the programme was also attended, among others, by Engr. Md Habib Ullah, Executive Vice President, Jalal Ahmed, Vice President, Sultan Mahmud, Vice President, Lokmanur Rahman, Vice President and Mollah Khalilur Rahman, Assistant Vice President along with other officials of Motijheel Branch.
The CASA campaign will end on 31 January, 2019. The best 20 executives will be rewarded according to their performance at the end of the campaign, said a press release.
Dhaka, Oct 30 (UNB)- Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited (IBBL) inaugurated its 340th branch at Hazi Alam Complex in Rangunia of Chattogram on Tuesday.
Mohammed Monirul Moula, Additional Managing Director of the Bank inaugurated the branch as chief guest.
Mohammad Amirul Islam, Senior Executive Vice President & Head of Chattagram Region presided over the program. Md Saleh Iqbal, Senior Executive Vice President & Head of Chattagram North Zone addressed the welcome speech.
Mohammed Shabbir, Senior Vice President & Head of Khatunganj Corporate Branch, Mohammad Ali Shah, Chairman of Rangunia Upazila Parishad, Rehena Akhter Begum, Vice Chairman of Rangunia Upazila Parishad, Mohammad Idris Asgor, Chairman, Chondroghona Kodomtoli Union Parishad and Abu Tayeb Chowdhury, Principal, Madrasa E Toyebia Odudia Sunnia (Fazil) addressed the program as special guests.
Dhaka, Oct 27 (UNB) - Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited organized a workshop on 'Trade Based Money Laundering & Compliance Issues' on Saturday at Islami Bank Tower in the city.
Presided over by Md Mahbub ul Alam, Managing Director and CEO of the Bank, the workshop was inaugurated by Md Masud Biswas, Executive Director of Bangladesh Bank and also the Head of Bangladesh Financial Intelligence Unit (BFIU).
Abu Reza Md Yeahia, Deputy Managing Director & Chief Anti Money Laundering Compliance Officer (CAMLCO) of the Bank and Hasne Alam, Deputy Managing Director & Head of International Banking Wing addressed the program as special guests.
Dr Mahmood Ahmed, Executive Vice President and also the Director General of Islami Bank Training & Research Academy addressed welcome speech. Mohammad Shafiqul Imdad, Joint Director of Bangladesh Bank conducted session as Resource Person on Trade Based Money Laundering Reporting.
Md. Rafiqul Islam, Senior Vice President and Deputy CAMLCO, A.G.M. Quamrul Islam, Senior Vice President, Md. Habibur Rahman, Vice President and Mohammad Shahadat Hossain, Senior Assistant Vice President were present on the occasion.
In-charges of Foreign Exchange Department of 60 Authorized Dealer (AD) Branches of the bank were present in the daylong workshop.