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Company Background

Founded in 1st July 2005 by Kazi Md. Nur Alam are the makers of the pure drinking Water Plant. Our water plants are known for technical excellence, easy maintenance and purified water. We specialize in providing hi-tech water treatment solutions at the most affordable rates.

We currently served over nine corporate clients in Dhaka and employed thirty people in the greater Dhaka city area. It has created strong market position together with firm goodwill for its quality services.

New Product Idea New Product Idea is Reverse Osmosis for Exclusive Apartments. We are looking for Real-estate companies to implement the idea. Interested real-estate companies are requested to contact at following address:

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