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A high level delegation from National Defense College visited the headquarters of Walton, one of the leading global electronics companies.

The delegation including members of Bangladesh Civil Service, Army, Navy and Air Force included more than 100 military officers from 17 countries including Egypt, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Malaysia, Mali, Nepal, Niger, Nigeria, Jordan, Sri Lanka, South Sudan.

The National Defense College delegation witnessed the production activities of various products of international standard advanced technology at the Walton headquarters. At that time, they expressed their admiration and experience about the unprecedented development and export activities of Bangladesh in the production of electrical, electronics and hi-tech products.

National Defense College delegation visiting Walton Headquarters | A high level delegation from National Defense College visited the headquarters of Walton, one of the leading global electronics companies.

On Wednesday (May 3) morning, the delegation led by Bangladesh Air Force Air Vice Marshal Muhammad Kamrul Islam and Army Major General Syed Tarek Hussain was welcomed by Vice-Chairman of Walton Hi-Tech Industries Plc. SM Shamchul Alam when they arrived at Walton Headquarters in Chandra, Gazipur.

He thanked the National Defense College delegation for visiting Walton Headquarters.

At that time, among others, the advisor of the organization, Major General (Retd.) Ibn Fazal Shaikhuzzaman, Additional Managing Director of Walton Digi-Tech Industries Limited, Md. Liaquat Ali, Senior Executive Director of Walton Hi-Tech Industries Plc. Col. (Retd.) SM Shahadat Alam, SM Zahid Hasan, Yusuf Ali and Yashir Al-Imran, Executive Director Mohsin Ali Mollah, In-charge of International Business Abdur Rauf and others.

National Defense College delegation visiting Walton Headquarters | A high level delegation from National Defense College visited the headquarters of Walton, one of the leading global electronics companies.

On reaching the headquarters premises, the guests first enjoyed a video documentary on the production process of Walton’s various products. They then visited the display center equipped with various products manufactured by Walton. Later, the guests visited Walton’s latest technology production plant of refrigerators, compressors, metal casting, molds, televisions, air conditioners, elevators, laptop-computers, etc.

After an inspection, Bangladesh Air Vice Marshal Muhammad Kamrul Islam said that we could not have realized the level of development that exists in Bangladesh if we had not come to Walton, an industrial area where a range of high-quality products are manufactured, from refrigerators, air conditioners, TVs, compressors, washing machines, to various international standard electrical, electronic, and household appliances. Walton produces almost all types of goods and parts itself, and has created employment opportunities for a huge number of people. By producing alternative products for imports, Walton is also supporting the valuable foreign currency of the country. In addition to meeting the demand of the country, it is also exporting these products abroad. All in all, Walton is making a significant contribution to Bangladesh’s overall economy.

National Defense College delegation visiting Walton Headquarters | A high level delegation from National Defense College visited the headquarters of Walton, one of the leading global electronics companies.

He also said, Walton Headquarters is truly a green factory. It is completely different from all other factories. Visiting the Walton headquarters really brings us great experience and knowledge. Our foreign course members also acquired this knowledge. Hope you will share this experience today in your country. To be honest, visiting Walton Headquarters we are overwhelmed and proud of Walton and Bangladesh.

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