A delegation from Eswatini has visited the Beximco Industrial Park and Shinepukur Ceramics on Thursday, said a press release.
Eswatini’s commerce, industry and trade affairs minister Manqoba Khumalo with the ministry’s under secretary Cebile Amanda Nhlabatsi and MSME director Mluleki Sakhile Dlamini and Eswatini Investment Promotion Authority senior executive manager Khanyisile Dlamini accompanied by the Bangladesh government officials including foreign ministry’s Africa Wing director general Md Tarikul Islam visited Beximco’s State of The Art Vertical Leeds Green Certified Industrial Park and took great interest in Beximco’s initiatives on value addition and innovation using Advanced Technology, Education and R&D as key drivers.
Manqoba Khumalo was highly impressed with the advanced technologies deployed by Beximco in its Vertical Manufacturing Units and extensive measures taken to achieve a global leadership position in sustainability, said the press release.
He added that Bangladesh, and especially Beximco, is truly inspirational for Eswatini and can play a significant role to establish Textiles Industries and can be benefited mutually in this sector.
They were also very keen to be updated on Beximco’s initiatives on sustainability including Beximco’s collaboration with Recovertex, state of the art effluent treatment plant along with RO systems for Re-cycling water and the world largest sustainable washing plant with most advanced technologies under single roof on Thursday.
The delegation was also very impressed to see Shinepukur Ceramics which produces fine Porcelain and high end Bone-China to customers including Royal Doulton, Royal Albert and others, the release added.