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3-Day Motor Show Opens In Dhaka

Automobile manufacturing in BD underscored

Published : Friday, 15 March, 2019 at 12:00 AM  Count : 161

Industries Minister Nurul Majid Mahmud Humayun (2nd from right) claps with others at the unveiling of a cruiser bike of Japanese automobile giant - Suzuki at Dhaka Bike Show that began at International Convention City Bashundhara(ICCB) in the capital on Thursday. Bangladeshi automobile venture Rancon Motorbikes showcased the latest trio Suzuki flagships - Hayate 110, Suzuki Bargeman Street 125 and Suzuki GSXR 150  at the three-day show organized by CEMS Global.

Industries Minister Nurul Majid Mahmud Humayun (2nd from right) claps with others at the unveiling of a cruiser bike of Japanese automobile giant - Suzuki at Dhaka Bike Show that began at International Convention City Bashundhara(ICCB) in the capital on Thursday. Bangladeshi automobile venture Rancon Motorbikes showcased the latest trio Suzuki flagships - Hayate 110, Suzuki Bargeman Street 125 and Suzuki GSXR 150 at the three-day show organized by CEMS Global.

A three-day international motor show, along with concurrent expositions of bikes, commercial vehicles and auto parts, began to exhibit new products and solutions to the country's growing consumer class.
Industries Minister Nurul Majid Mahmud Humayun inaugurated the exhibition as the chief guest in city's International Convention City, Bashundhara on Thursday
Speaking at the event, Humayun said local market has a huge demand of automobiles so "it [market] has to be retained by manufacturing car locally".
He opined, "Handing over this [market] to others never be logical only depending on the imported cars."
The minister urged the young entrepreneurs to come forward to invest to the local automobile industry.
Putting emphasis on developing "own brand" instead of assembling and import cars, he said imported reconditioned cars would loss market soon in the country due to the evolvement of modern automobile industry.
The industries minister said his ministry would provide all types of cooperation including land allocation to the entrepreneurs who come forward for local automobile brands.
CEMS Bangladesh in association with CEMS Global is organising the 14th edition of the Dhaka Motor Show. The 5th Dhaka Bike Show 2019, the 3rd Dhaka Commercial Vehicle Show 2019, and the 4th Dhaka Auto Parts Show 2019 are also taking place the motor show at the same venue simultaneously.
A total of 265 exhibitors from 16 countries such as Bangladesh, Germany, Italy, France, US, Japan, China, India and Malaysia are showcasing their products and services in more than 580 booths.
Managing Director of REL Motors Limited Reyad Hasnain, Managing Director of Rancon Motor Bikes Limited Shawn Hakim, Director of Energypac Power Generation Limited Enamul Haque Chowdhury and Executive Director of Karnaphuli Group Anis-Ud-Dowla, among others, also spoke with President and Group Managing Director of CEMS Global -USA and Asia Pacific Meherun N Islam in the chair.
Reyad Hasnain said Bangladesh's car market is booming with 63 new cars hitting the streets every day.
Besides, Subaru Bangladesh will exclusively showcase its Subaru BRZ 2019 model car and will offer special discounts on various models of vehicles to mark its re-launch in the country. In addition, Haojue will launch its exciting new motorbike DR160.
The expos will be open to visitors from 10:30am to 8:30pm every day.    -BSS







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