18Jun 2015

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Abdul Monem Economic Zone (AMEZ) sets a new milestone in the Economic Zone era of the Bangladesh by signing a MoU with Good Food Japan (General Inc Association Ltd) as its first unit investor. The Japanese company processescanned fish, meat and fruits. It hopes to start manufacturing in Bangladesh for export mainly to Japan. Competitive wages, conducive incentives and strategic location of the zone encouraged the company to choose AMEZ.
Both the companies signed the MoU on 18th June’2015 for an advance booking of industrial plot in AMEZ, Gazaria, Munshiganj. In the presence ofBangladesh Economic Zone Authority (BEZA) representatives the Chairman & Managing Director, Deputy Managing Directors, Project Director and other high officials from Abdul Monem Ltd (the parent company) were present in the ceremony while the Chairperson of Good Food Japan and its local office’s top officials were also present.
AMEZ is one of the pioneer private EZs approved by BEZA that has set the tone to attract FDI for Bangladesh. This isyet another step forward towards commercial inception of the zone for attraction of moreinvestment, environment friendly industrialization,employment and economic growth acceleration. AMEZ authority and Good Food Japan expressed their hope to be operational at the earliest based on the current momentum of development activities in the project.They also expected that adequate support from BEZA and other relevant agencies would continue to materialize this land mark project timely.

06Jun 2015


Abdul Monem Ltd. (AML), the leading infrastructure company of Bangladesh, is awarded the Pre-Qualification license from Bangladesh Economic Zones Authority (BEZA) on 6th June’2015 for developing Abdul Monem Economic Zone (AMEZ) at a strategically located land in Gazaria, Munshigonj.
Mr. Paban Chowdhury, Executive Chairman of BEZA handed over the license to Mr. A.S.M Mainuddin Monem, Deputy Managing Director of AML in a brief program at BEZA. Brig Gen Abul Basher Imamuzzaman, Project Director, AMEZ and senior officials from BEZA and AMEZ were also present on the occasion. Earlier AML received the Provisional Pre-Qualification License from BEZA on 1st March’2015.
Currently a renowned Japanese consultancy firm is conducting the Feasibility Study and Master Plan of the zone. AMEZ authority expects to start the 1st phase of infrastructure development as soon as it qualifies for the final license. Meanwhile the land filling, boundary wall and ancillary infrastructure developments are going on in full swing.

04Jun 2015

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A contract was signed on June 4, 2015 at 12.30PM between Abdul Monem Limited (AML), a renowned business house with heavy presence in construction and food industry, and Japan Development Institute (JDI), a renowned Japanese company, in collaboration with Maxwell Stamp Limited (MSL), a Bangladesh consulting house, whereby JDI-MSL undertakes to provide the Technical Advisory Services for preparing the Master Plan (MP) & Feasibility Study (FS) for Abdul Monem Economic Zone (AMEZ) to be set up at Bausia, Gazaria, Munshiganj.
Mr. A.S.M Mainuddin Monem, Deputy Managing Director of AML and Dr. Shoichi Kobayashi, Chairman, JDI, signed the contract. Mr. Paban Chowdhury, Executive Chairman of Bangladesh Economic Zone Authority (BEZA), Md. Harunur Rashid, Project Director (Joint Secretary)(BEZA), Mr. Abdul Monem, Chairman and Founder of AML and Mr. A.S.M Mohiuddin Monem, Deputy Managing Director II were also present in the contract signing ceremony. Also present in the ceremony were the top officials of AML, BEZA and MSL.

01Jun 2015

Igloo Ice Cream is reentering the market with renewed enthusiasm and an improved marketing strategy.As part of this new strategy, Igloo Ice Cream and Milk Unit signed an agreement with the communication and advertising agency Asiatic Marketing and Communications Limited on 1st June 2015.
In accordance with this agreement, Asiatic will develop all forms of marketing communications for Igloo Ice Cream (Abdul Monem Limited).
Abdul Monem Limited’s Group CFO, GM (Administration), National Sales Manager, BE/ABM (Brand Team) as well as Asiatic Marketing and Communications Limited’s Executive Director, Mr. Iresh Zaker, Director of Brand Communications Syeda Meher Noor, Assistant Manager of Brand Communications Farha Diba and Manager of Accounts and Finance S. M. Masum were present at the signing ceremony

21Apr 2015
Hon. A.S.M Mohiuddin Monem, Deputy Managing Director of Abdul Monem Ltd, was appointed the Honorary Consul of the Czech Republic to Dhaka, Bangladesh in September 2014.
The office of the Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic in Dhaka, Bangladesh was inaugurated on 21st April 2015 through a festive ceremony. Chief Guest at the event, Mr. Md. Shahriar Alam MP, State Minister of Foreign Affairs, People’s Republic of Bangladesh, inaugurated the newly built office.
Mr. Miloslav Stašek, Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Bangladesh and Hon. A.S.M Mohiuddin Monem, Honorary Consul of the Czech Republic in Dhaka, Bangladesh co hosted the event where local and global dignitaries were present.
The speakers at the event reiterated about the strong bondage and growing opportunities of improved bilateral relationship between the two nations. The event resumed through unveiling the emblem of the Czech Republic, ribbon cutting and cake cutting followed by dinner.

01Mar 2015


216-acre AMEZ (Abdul Monem Economic Zone) is sited in Gazaria, Munshiganj to trigger the era of EZ in Bangladesh
Abdul Monem Ltd. (AML), the largest infrastructure company of Bangladesh, will develop a 216-acre economic zone, with the option to expand it over 300 acres, in Gazaria, Munshiganj, adjacent to Dhaka-Chittagong Highway. The land is exclusively owned by AML and land filling work for the EZ is already in progress. Upon completion, AMEZ is envisaged to create approximately 1,00,000 jobs when fully occupied by investors.
Bangladesh Economic Zones Authority (BEZA) handed over the pre-qualification license to the local conglomerate at an official ceremony at its premises on 1st March, 2015. Earlier, the Governing Board of BEZA, chaired by the Honorable Prime Minister approved AML as a qualified private EZ developer and operator on 18th February, 2015.
AMEZ will lease out plots as well as standard factory building space to foreign and local investors, said Abdul Monem, the Managing Director of Abdul Monem Ltd., adding that the prime objective of the EZ is to realize our dream to build a better Bangladesh by creating good paying jobs in the country to uplift Bangladesh as a middle income country aligned with national outlook plan.
Global investors are refrained from coming to Bangladesh due to the complications in securing specialized land and head to neighboring countries like Myanmar, Vietnam or Cambodia instead. The Government intends to address this issue with a reinvigorated thrust on the development of EZs as a priority.
“Both local and foreign investors will reap the benefits of the strategically located AMEZ. It will be a world class infrastructure pledging to provide an outstanding service experience, as well as make the investors globally competitive’, said ASM Mohiuddin Monem, one of the Deputy Managing Directors of the company. He also highlighted the prospect of the EZ contributing directly to generate huge number of jobs as well as the increased volume of exports to support incremental GDP growth.
“Environment-friendly high-value garments and related industrial units will be allowed at AMEZ to facilitate accelerated economic growth of the country”, ASM Mainuddin Monem, the other Deputy Managing Director said. The priority sectors are: textile & apparels, electronics, food processing, plastic, furniture, pharmaceuticals and light engineering that look at Bangladesh as a sourcing and manufacturing destination, he said.
GDP growth is impossible without the inflow of foreign direct investment, technology transfer, increased employment and product diversification, said Paban Chowdhury, Executive Chairman of BEZA. “We should venture beyond conventional concept of having only public economic zones thus the Government’s precedence to facilitate more private economic zones in the country equipped with competitive incentive package”. He added, “Government plans to set up 100 EZs in the coming 15 years where one crore employment will be created and export worth USD 40 billion will be added.
AMEZ will portray itself as a global ambassador of Bangladesh, be the catalyst of economic and social development in the region, provide not only lease and rental facilities but also keep provision for CETP, common warehousing & utility services, central e-service, commercial facilities and one-stop administrative services to its valued clients. The management of AML expresses its gratitude towards BEZA for working in unison and expects to demonstrate this undertaking as a model of public private partnership in nation building.