British high commissioner hailed the company for their environmental standards and good practices
The British High Commissioner Robert Chatterton Dickson visited Momtex Expo Ltd at Panchdona of Narsingdi along with his wife Teresa Albor Saturday.
Momtex, country’s one of the fast-growing home textile manufacturer and a sister concern of Pakiza Group, has been exporting its product ranges to Europe, UK, Australia, Canada and Japan.
The British High Commissioner congratulated the company for its investment, which he believes will bring sustainability and attract more buyers especially from the United Kingdom.
“It appears to be very modern and the customer service demands are met. It’s very fascinating, I’m grateful to the team of Momtex. I am highly impressed,” he said.
He also mentioned the high environmental standards and good productions of Momtex.
The Managing Director of Pakiza Group Reazul Islam said, “Our ambition is to be the market leader through maintaining the product quality, offering high value and creating friendly working environment.”
He also said that he sees Dickson’s visit as a great sign of the satisfactory business relationship among the countries.