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Aramit Company Essay

924 words - 4 pages

Organizational Part
Historical Background
Since 1963 Aramit Group is a reputed company in Bangladesh for producing building materials. The group was enlisted in Dhaka Stock Exchange in 1984. The corporate head office and factory is located at Kalurghat Heavy Industrial Estate, while the Dhaka office is located at Gulshan.
Aramit a winner’s name, which countrywide huge reputation by producing quality building materials since its establishment in 1963. Aramit has been playing its role and fulfilling its responsibilities as one of the largest national industries group which is growing constantly in the field of building materials by providing Aramit roofing sheets and allied products, ...view middle of the document...

We Endeavour to have a strong and enduring relationship with our customer based on quality and service.
Organizational Structure:
The activities are organized around 10(ten) different departments. However
the departments are headed by Chairman. The departments are:
1. Chairman
2. Executive Director and Company Secretary
3. Chief Financial Officer- AL/ASPL
4. General Manager (Accounts)- ACL/APL/NSTL/AFL
5. General Manager (Accounts)-ATAL/ACPL
6. General Manager (Administration and HR)
7. Deputy General Manager (Operation)-AL
8. Assistant General Manager (operation)-ATAL
9. Assistant General Manager (operation)-ATAL
10. Assistant General Manager (Electrical)-ACL
Types of Business:
Types of business are Aramit group are given below:
* Aramit Thai Aluminium
* Aramit Cement
* Aramit S S Pipe
* Aramit Footwear
* Aramit Power Limited

Aramit Thai Aluminium:
Aramit Thai Aluminium Limited manufactures extruded Aluminium section and profiles of various sizes and specification using exclusive European state of the Art Technology. It was incorporated on 14th September 2000 as public company limited by shares. The project is being implemented using high quality machinery of European origin and started commercial production on 25th June 2002. Aluminium products of this company have already received huge popularity among the consumers for its quality and charming look. Aramit Thai Aluminium has also been exporting its products to the international markets. Immediately after establishment of the project it established polishing and powder coating project to produce silky shine and powder coated profiles and section.
Type of product produced by the company:
* Door Window Section
* Curtain Wall Section
* Barger Section (Pipe, Angel, Tower, Bolt, Show case, Section etc.)
* Signboard Section
* Automobile Section

Aramit Cement:
Aramit Cement Limited was incorporated on 19th August 1995 as a public limited...

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