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First ever ‘Ceramic Expo Bangladesh – 2017’ will start from November 30

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We are delighted to introduce you “CERAMIC EXPO Bangladesh-2017”organized by “Bangladesh Ceramic Manufacturers & Exporters Association (BCMEA)”.

Yesterday (Thursday) a press conference was held for the official announcement of the event at Pan Pacific Hotel Sonargaon. Md Sirajul Islam Mollah, MP,  President, BCMEA and Mr. Irfan Uddin, General Secretary, BCMEA & Chairman, Fair organizing Committee were present at the press conference.

Mr. Moynul Islam, Senior Vice President, BCMEA; Mr. M. A. Jabbar, Vice President, BCMEA; Mr. Rasheed Mymunul Islam, Director, BCMEA.

The “CERAMIC EXPO Bangladesh-2017” is the first ever comprehensive and the largest International exhibition & seminar of the country. It’s going to be held fromNovember 30 to December 2, 2017, at Hall-4 of International Convention City Bashundhara (ICCB), Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Event will be open from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM to all Visitors. Manufacturers, Exporters and Suppliers will gain global exposure for their new product, modern technologies and reflecting the latest design, creating new image as well adding a great value to their brand all over the world from a single platform.

There will be 60 participants in the fair. Over 300 international delegates, 50 hosted buyers, 150 booths, 100+ brands are confirmed till now.

Md Sirajul Islam Mollah, MP, President, BCMEA was saying, “Ceramic industry of Bangladesh is a booming sector and the growth potential of both domestic and international market indicates it may become one of the biggest foreign exchange earners for the country.”

Mr. Irfan Uddin, General Secretary, BCMEAsaid, “The natural gas that is used in the kilns of the Bangladesh’s ceramic industry does not contain any sulfur and that is why the country’s ceramic products look brighter and shiny.”

The close competitors of Bangladesh are China and India, but they mostly produce traditional items. Moreover, due to recent global financial crisis and rising labor cost, the developed countries are placing more orders to low-cost countries like Bangladesh.

With the increasing demand of Ceramic & allied products both at the domestic and international markets, all major Bangladeshi ceramic companies have been expanding their plants and operations.

As a result, there is enough scope for foreign exporters keen to explore the overseas market as well as investors seeking joint ventures in the Ceramic and allied sectors. While the exporters can pick up the aforesaid opportunities, foreign investors could consider setting up JVs with Bangladesh’s local companies looking for potential partners capable of providing machineries, equipment, and Raw materials on long term credit.

Bangladeshi ceramic products are exported to about 50 countries.

In order to organize “CERAMIC EXPO Bangladesh-2017” Wem Bangladesh Limited works with “Bangladesh Ceramic Manufacturers & Exporters Association (BCMEA)”. Chaina Bangla Ceramic Industries ltd was the principal sponsor of the event.

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