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Tejgaon (Bengali: তেজগাঁও) is a thana of Dhaka District in the Division of Dhaka,  Bangladesh. It is in the centre of Dhaka, the capital. In 2006, the boundaries of the thana were redrawn when Tejgaon Industrial Area Thana was created out of the former larger area[1] and again in 2009 when Sher-e-Bangla Nagar Thanawas created.[2] This is an important area of Dhaka city as the prime minister's office is here. It is bounded by Mohakhali to the north, Old Airport Road to the east and Moghbazar-Malibagh to the south and Dhanmondi to the west. It consists of several localities, including Tejgaon Industrial Area,  Kawran Bazar,  Nakhalpara,  Shaheen Bag,  Arjat para,  East Raja Bazar,  West Raja Bazar,  Tejturi Bazar and Tejkunipara.  skf bearing dealers in Chittagong skf bearing dealers in Dhaka Skf bearing distributors in Dhaka Chittagong Ntn pillow block dealers in Dhaka Ntn japan bearing dealers in Dhaka nsk japan rhp England bearing dealers in Dhaka Chittagong angular contact ball bearings dealers in Dhaka cylindrical roller bearing dealer's in Dhaka Chittagong Bangladesh taper roller bearing manufacturers in Dhaka Chittagong Bangladesh taper roller bearing dealers in Dhaka Bangladesh Chittagong Needle roller bearing dealers in Dhaka Chittagong Bangladesh China BEARING dealers in Bangladesh Chittagong DHAKA thrust bearing dealers in Dhaka Chittagong Bangladesh
Narayanganj District (Bengali: নারায়ণগঞ্জ জেলা pronounced: Naraeongônj Jela) is a district in central Bangladesh, part of the Dhaka Division.[1] The anicient city of Sonargan is in Naryanganj . Its located in the bank of Meghna and Shytolkha River . The main centre of the disatrict is Naryanganj City . Its adjuncts with is capital city of Dhaka. Narayanganj is one of the oldest industrial District of Bangladesh. It is also a center of business and industry, especially the jutetrade and processing plants, and the textile sector of the country. It is nicknamed the Dundee of Bangladesh due to the presence of many jute mills. Dundee was the first industrialised "Juteopolis" in the world. The district pioneered in merchandising yarn and dyeing items. The cottage industry, like weaving, is abundant in this district. International trading, import and export business, shipyard brickfield, etc. create employment opportunities to the people which facilitate additional income to the household population. The small and medium industries of cotton are increasing day-by-day which fills the employment aids of the local people. The rural economy of Narayanganj is agriculture. Timken bearing dealers in Dhaka skf bearing distributors in Dhaka rhp bearing dealers in Bangladesh nsk bearing dealers in Dhaka ina bearing dealers in Dhaka deep groove ball bearings dealers in Chittagong ball bearing dealers in Dhaka roller bearing manufacturers in Dhaka schneeberger rexroth linear bearings dealers in Dhaka Chittagong
Industrial fans The challenges of circulation Bearings in industrial fans operate at high speeds and relatively light radial loads. They may also operate in extreme temperatures, both hot and cold, as well as in inaccessible locations. Quite often, airflow is used to transport material. Over time, materials build up on the impeller, creating unbalance and, eventually, reduced fan uptime and service life. SKF can help These operating challenges put heavy performance demands on fan bearing solutions. SKF can handle them. Based on extensive, first-hand experience, SKF has developed a range of solutions for industrial fans and HVAC systems. These solutions help improve cost-efficiency and provide trouble-free operation. ball bearing dealers in Bangladesh Chittagong dhaka nawabpur road hch bearing dealers in Dhaka Industrial pumps Modern pumping system challenges Whether moving a municipal water supply, drawing oil from the bottom of the ocean or siphoning aggressive fluids in chemical plants – modern society requires reliable, efficient pumping systems. For today’s industrial pump operators, that means finding ways to reduce the total cost of ownership while also complying with increasingly tougher environmental legislation. The challenge for pump manufacturers is to increase meantime between failures while optimizing energy consumption over the entire life cycle of the pump, as energy accounts for 45% of total pump ownership costs. .  SKF can help As the world’s leading supplier of bearings and engineering solutions to the pump industry, SKF works in close cooperation with leading manufacturers. We offer everything from innovative engineering services in the design process to monitoring systems that promote reliable operation in remote, hard-to-access locations.  khk bearing dealers in Dhaka ktc bearing dealers in Dhaka urb bearing dealers in Dhaka Chittagong Bangladesh Food and beverage Harsh operating conditions and strict regulations Extreme temperatures and moist, contamination-prone environments. Frequent washdowns that degrade equipment and cause lubricant leakage. Repetitive tasks and hazardous work environments. For food and beverage processors, these operating conditions can take a heavy toll on machine uptime and plant productivity. Dealing with these conditions while trying to stay compliant with health, safety and environmental regulations makes it difficult to stay competitive.    SKF can help Combining expertise in bearings, seals, lubrication, mechatronics and services with decades of application experience in the food and beverage industries, SKF provides an extensive range of maintenance management and optimization solutions. From preparation, heating and cooling to post-production packaging, SKF solutions can help facilities: Increase productivity and profitabilityReduce environmental impact Cut energy costs and consumptionReduce unplanned downtimeIncrease equipment service intervalsReduce worker safety risks zkl bearings in Dhaka Chittagong Bangladesh nsk rhp bearings angular contact fibre cage brass cage metal cage nylon cage
Bangladesh Ordnance Factories (BOF) is the largest military–industrial complexof Bangladesh Army; situated in Gazipur which produces arms, ammunition, and equipment for the Bangladesh Military. Bangladesh Ordnance Factories Native name Bengali: বাংলাদেশ সমরাস্ত্র কারখানা Type State-owned enterpriseFounded1970; 47 years agoHeadquartersGazipur,  Dhaka Division,  Bangladesh Area served BangladeshProductsFirearms,  Artillery,  Fuses,  Detonators,  Explosives.OwnerBangladesh The current Commandant of Bangladesh Ordnance Factories is Major General Hamidur Rahman Chowdhory, rcds, psc It currently operates the following factories.[3] Small Arms FactorySmall Arms Ammunition FactoryGrenade Manufacturing FactoryArtillery Ammunition FactoryTools Manufacturing Plant arb bearing dealers in Dhaka timken taper roller bearing dealers distributors in Dhaka Chittagong Bangladesh thk PMI hiwin rexroth schneeberger IMT linear guide ball Screw dealers in Bangladesh Chittagong DHAKA
Compressors Tough operating and market conditions Regardless of design or application, industrial compressors have always endured harsh operating conditions.Today, market and regulatory conditions are becoming equally difficult.  Growing global demand is driving global production and competition. Rising energy prices and stricter government regulations are spurring development of more energy efficient, environmentally friendly units. And end-users everywhere are looking for turnkey products and total support solutions.     SKF can help As the leading supplier of bearings and engineering solutions to the compressor industry, SKF has been helping OEMs and operators meet these and other performance challenges for decades.  Working closely with leading manufacturers, SKF has developed innovative engineering solutions and advancements in bearing design. These solutions are enabling the production and operation of better performing, safer, more energy efficient compressors. dyzv China ball bearings Dhaka zwz bearings in Dhaka Chittagong Bangladesh arb bearing dealers in Dhaka Chittagong Bangladesh hch bearing dealers kinex zkl brass cage bearings cheap make bearings wzwn bearings dealers Agriculture The growing demands of modern farming Size, location, elevation, climate, soil structure and crop rotation make every farm unique. But every farm’s equipment endures many of the same challenging conditions. Mud, dust and debris. Extreme heat and cold. Rain and runoff. Corrosive chemicals. Long periods of inactivity, then intense periods of work. Rising fuel costs and new environmental regulations only complicate matters. Pulp and paper Meeting the demands of a challenging market Market forces and increasing regulatory demands have made it harder than ever for pulping, paper making and converting operations to be profitable.  Competition is intense, and increasingly global.  Energy and raw material costs are high and getting higher, as are the costs associated with new health, safety and environmental legislation.   Mills are more pressed than ever to focus on process efficiency, machine reliability, and all of the other factors, from training to information technology, that affect plant productivity and profitability.  Global demand for oil and natural gas is expected to increase by 30% in the next 20 years. The race is on to find new sources upstream and boost efficiencies midstream and downstream, despite challenging market, labour and regulatory conditions. skf bearing distributors Dhaka Chittagong nawabpur road bearing dealers Machine tools High demand for high performance Machine tool performance is playing an increasingly critical role in production efficiency and product quality. Today’s machine tool customers are looking for manufacturers that can meet their high-performance demands. To stay competitive in a global market, delivering machines that combine high speed and precision is essential. Demand is equally high for machines and components that are more reliable and energy efficient. Operators want low-maintenance products with low environmental impact – and even lower operating costs. Profitability depends on it. Find products and catalogues Dhaka bearing manufacturers Chittagong bearing suppliers
Cylindrical roller bearings  SKF cylindrical roller bearings are available in many designs, series and sizes. The majority are single row bearings with a cage. High-capacity bearings, double row bearings, multi-row bearings, single and double row full complement bearings (without a cage) and split bearings complete the SKF standard assortment provided here. Bearings with a cage can accommodate heavy radial loads, rapid accelerations and high speeds. Full complement bearings incorporate a maximum number of rollers and are therefore suitable for very heavy radial loads at moderate speeds. SKF high-capacity cylindrical roller bearings combine the high load carrying capacity of a full complement bearing with the high speed capability of a bearing with a cage. The factors that influence SKF cylindrical roller bearing performance and service life include but are not limited to the following: Roller end / flange contact area Logarithmic roller profile Surface finish Interchangeable components Assortment The SKF assortment of standard cylindrical roller bearings comprises:single row cylindrical roller bearings, mainly of the NU, N, NJ and NUP designs (fig. 5,  fig. 6,  fig. 7,  fig. 8)high-capacity cylindrical roller bearings, NCF (fig. 9), NJF and NUH design  double row cylindrical roller bearings, NNU (fig. 10), NN (fig. 11) and NNUP designsmulti-row cylindrical roller bearings (fig. 12,  fig. 13)single row full complement cylindrical roller bearings, NCF (fig. 14) and NJG designs (fig. 15)double row full complement cylindrical roller bearings, NNCL (fig. 16), NNCF, NNC and NNF designs (fig. 17)split cylindrical roller bearings (fig. 18,  fig. 19) SKF BEARING DEALERS IN KOLKATA SKF BEARING DEALERS IN ROURKELA SKF BEARING DEALERS IN JHARKHAND SKF BEARING DEALERS IN JHARSUGDA SKF BEARING DEALERS IN ANGUL SKF BEARING DEALERS IN SAMBALPUR SKF BEARING DEALERS IN BHUBANESWAR SKF BEARING DEALERS IN BARBIL SKF BEARING DEALERS IN CUTTACK SKF BEARING DEALERS IN BANGLADESH SKF BEARING DEALERS IN DHAKA SKF BEARING DEALERS IN DURGAPUR SKF BEARING DEALERS IN HALDIA SKF BEARING DEALERS IN DANKUNI SKF BEARING DEALERS IN WEST BENGAL
In today’s increasingly competitive world economy, a tool that can stimulate employment, diversify exports, generate investment and deliver growth is prized by all countries. And among rapidly growing markets, such as Bangladesh, India, China and Vietnam, such benefits are being provided by export processing zones (EPZs). EPZs are economic enclaves in which goods can be manufactured, imported and reshipped with reduced duties and minimal intervention by customs officials. Transformation is not limited to EPZs - it is a template that can be applied in the wider business world and beyond. Chittagong, in Bangladesh, is home to one of the most successful EPZs in Asia and has been instrumental in attracting foreign investment to the country. The Chittagong EPZ is one of eight zones that are making a critical contribution to Bangladesh’s economic growth. And, along with its counterpart in Dhaka, it is one of the most significant. At present, power supply to EPZs can only meet 75% of demand. Unless new sources of gas – which is the primary fuel for power generation – are established, the gap between demand and supply could widen in the near future. Limited new gas connections and frequent power outages are forcing enterprises to use diesel- or oil-based power generation, which is three times more expensive than gas. Therefore, their operating costs are rising. Due to increasing oil prices, electricity prices are also on the up. However, to keep power prices down, the Government is providing huge subsidies to this sector. Subsidies, which amount to around 2% of GDP, are crippling public finances and are not sustainable. So, what is being done to address these challenges? In 2012, the International Finance Corporation (IFC) launched a low-carbon initiative in Chittagong. The IFC conducted a technical assistance program to identify ways to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions significantly in the Chittagong EPZ (CEPZ) and do so in a cost-effective way. The CEPZ’s carbon footprint was assessed and the potential for reducing GHG emissions was analyzed. This analysis led to the drawing of a road map that is replicable across other EPZs. EPZs are set to play a crucial role in Bangladesh’s economic development. But they face an energy crisis that, unless tackled effectively, will limit their ability to develop the exports that will contribute to growth. The study that this article discusses outlines new and innovative ways to reduce energy use in EPZs, and sets out how government, regulatory bodies and the private sector can work together to provide the funding and organization to make change happen. And transformation is not limited to EPZs – it is a template that can be applied in the wider business world and beyond. As such, it sets a path that Bangladesh can follow to reach a low-carbon future.
The economy of Chittagong is one of the largest and most rapidly growing economies in Bangladesh. As of 2014, Chittagong is home of some of Bangladesh's and the world's top corporations. Chittagong is the port-city of Bangladesh and the busiest port in South Asia. Chittagong is the export hub of Bangladesh and it grosses more than $20 billion from export, accounting for 45% of Bangladesh's national export. In 2014, Chittagong's gross state productwas $41.45 billion in nominal terms and $174.06 billion in purchasing power parity, four times as much as Nepal and equivalent to Myanmar. Chittagong's per capita income is $5, 719; highest in the country and poverty rate and unemployment rate is lowest; reported 4% and 4.70% in 2014. Chittagong is the largest province of Bangladesh in terms of size and second largest in population. Chittagong has the best standard of living among all Bangladeshi Divisions. As of 2014, annual GNP growth of Chittagong is 6.3%. Edit Abul Khair GroupA K Khan & Company: A.K. Khan & Company Ltd. is one of the oldest and most renowned private sector organisations in Bangladesh. Late Mr. Abul Kasem Khan, popularly known as A.K. Khan, established the company after the Second World War in 1945. Mr. A.K. Khan started his business from Chittagong, and after India and Pakistan separated in 1947, Chittagong emerged as the foremost port city and business centre of the country.BSRM: Bangladeshi steel manufacturing conglomerate based in Chittagong. It was founded in 1952. The company generates $800 million revenue.Habib Group: Habib Group was founded in 1947.Currently company's annual turnover is close to $500 million, and employs more than 20, 000 employees and many manufacturing locations throughout Bangladesh.Jamuna Oil Company: Jamuna Oil Company Limited (estd. as Pakistan National Oil in 1964; renamed as Bangladesh National Oil in 1972) is a subsidiary of the Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation that nationally markets Octane, Petrol, Diesel, Kerosene, Furnace Oil, Bitumen and Lubricants in Bangladesh.KDS Group: Founded in 1983, through the establishment of one of the first garments industries in Bangladesh, Today the total group generates $500 million of annual revenues in total with over 25, 000 employees, staff and workers.M. M. Ispahani LimitedPadma Oil Company: The Padma Oil Company Limited, formerly Burmah Eastern Limited, is a Bangladesh state owned petroleum company with its head office in Strand Road, Chittagong. It is a descendant of the historic Burmah Oil Company in the British Empire and began operations in Bengal in 1903. In 1965, Burmah Eastern was established in Chittagong jointly by Burmah Oil and East Pakistani investors.PHP Group (BD)S. Alam Group of Industries: Bangladeshi industrial conglomerate. The industries under this group include Food & Allied Products, Steel, Banking, Consumer products, Sugar, Cement, Power, Energy, Transportation, Shipping, Manufacturing, Hospitality, Financial Institution, Agro, Trading, Oil, Gas. Annual turnover was recorded $2.0 billion in 2014.Seamark Group: multinational food processing conglomerate wholesale company with offices in Manchester, Chittagong, New Jersey and Brooklyn. The company was founded in 1976 and established in 1991 by Iqbal, who is considered as one of the richest men in United Kingdom, Bilal and Kamal Ahmed. Annual turnover is $300 million Shipbuilding is a growing industry in Bangladesh with great potentials.[1][2]Bangladesh has a long history of shipbuilding dating back to the early modern era. However, shipbuilding has become a major promising industry in recent years when the locally made ships began to be exported. Bangladesh has now over 200 shipbuilding companies, mostly concentrated in Dhaka,  Chittagong,  Narayanganj,  Barisal and Khulna. Because of the riverine geography of Bangladesh, ships have been playing a major role in the trade affairs of the people of this country since the ancient times. According to the accounts of the 14th century Moroccan traveler Ibn Batuta, there used to be large fleets of warships docked in various ports of the country. A medieval European traveler Caesar Frederick documented that the port city of Chittagong was a manufacturing hub of large ships during the mid 15th century. The volume of shipbuilding swelled extensively during the Mughal period. During the 17th century, the shipyards of Chittagong used to build warships for the Sultan of Turkey.[6][7] The Royal Navy had many warships built in Chittagong, some of which were also used in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. Khulna Shipyard, the first modern shipyard of Bangladesh, was established in 1957, constructed by a German firm. Initially a private concern, the shipyard was later nationalized and came under the control of Bangladesh Navy in 1999.[6][7] In 1979, the sector received its first foreign investment after the independence of Bangladesh when Mitsui Engineering and Shipbuilding Industry, a Japanese enterprise, formed a joint venture with High Speed Shipyard of Bangladesh to establish a shipyard at Fatullah, Narayanganj. By the 2000s, several more private shipyards were established and in 2008, Bangladesh became a ship exporting country.[6] River Ananda Shipyard and Shipways Limited(ASSL), founded in 1983 on the bank of Meghna river, became the first Bangladeshi shipbuilding company to export an ocean-going ship when it transferred the locally built "Stella Maris" to a Danish firm. ASSL has since then secured several more contracts, mostly from the European countries. Western Marine Shipyard is another company, based in Chittagong, which has secured many export contracts. There is also another shipbuilding company and they have the third largest shipyard in Bangladesh and it is situated in Meghna. The company's name is Khan Brothers Shipbuilding Limited. [8] The potentials of shipbuilding in Bangladesh has made the country to be compared with countries like China,  Japan and South Korea.[9] Referring to the growing amount of export deals secured by the shipbuilding companies as well as the low cost labor available in the country, experts suggest that Bangladesh could emerge as a major competitor in the global market of small to medium ocean-going vessels.