Bangladesh - আমান অর্থনৈতিক অঞ্চল
Aman Economic Zone has a gross area of around 150 acres. Aman Group is working as both investor and developer of the economic zone in Bangladesh. The zone has all the potential to accelerate into a successful economic zone with some manufacturing facilities from Aman Group already operating. This includes the largest state-of-the-art cement factory in the country, Aman Cement Mills Unit-2
- Key industrial sectors. Construction Materials, Packaging, Agro Based, Foods & Beverage, Power, Petro Chemical. Textiles, Light Engineering, Ship Building, IT Industrie etc.
- Workforce. 4,400
- Location (District, Upazila, Mouza).
District- Narayangonj, Upazila- Sonargaon, Union- Boidder Bazar.
- Land Information. : 83.1394 acres is approved by BEZA and 150 acres planned land for this zone.
- Suitable Industries. Construction Materials, Packaging, Agro Based, Foods & Beverage, Power, Petro Chemical. Textiles, Light Engineering, Ship Building, IT Industries etc.
- Total 4,404 jobs created and USD$ 322.24 million already invested in this EZ.
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About Aman Group
Dating back to 1960’s during the erstwhile Pakistan period the ancestors of the present Directors of the Group started trading & contractual business on a small scale at their native district Rajshahi situated at the northern part of Bangladesh.
After the emergence of Bangladesh the businesses flourished a little under the banner of Aman Trading Corporation. But it was in the late 1980s that the businesses in trading through importing various consumer items. Their marketing started witnessing a steady growth in the business.
At some point in the mid 1980s the Group felt that mere trading business and earning wealth through that activity may bring prosperity to individuals of the family only. As a well placed family social obligations to the poor rural mass to promote their economic upliftment was important.
This greatly influenced ventures where investment can generate employment for the rural mass. At the first instance some agro-based industries were thought of. This led to establishment of cold storage in northern Bangladesh. This further continued with the establishment of a cement grinding industry.
At the advent of 21st century formation of a Group with the trading houses, contractual firms working individually under the banner of Aman Trading Corporation. A few industries like cold storage & one cement-grinding mill with a corporate character was completed.
With the sharp changes in the socio-economic situation of the country the Group vowed to tap the prevailing scopes for establishment of industries.
At the same time Group realized that in order to expedite the works of establishment of medium and large-scale industries. Availing the facilities offered by the Government and for easier correspondences with the agencies of theirs as well as to avail banking facilities. The shifting of the Corporate Office from Rajshahi to capital city Dhaka was unavoidable. The Group therefore decided to participate in the process of industrialization in the places where from marketing, transportation would be easier. Generation of income & employment will be evident and in doing so shall pay taxes to the Government.
With this end in view the Group in the year 2004 housed a miniature Registered Office in Motijheel Commercial Area leaving behind a strong Regional Office at Rajshahi to look after the existing industries activities there. In the year 2007′ the Group housed its Corporate Office at Uttara Model Town for controlling the entire activities of the business & industrial units. Including the Registered at Motijheel & the Regional Office at Dhaka.