Exhibit

Why Exhibit ?

  • Bangladesh is one of the biggest manufacturing market in pharmaceuticals. Every pharmaceutical industry having their own testing labs as well as private testing labs in quantities.
  • Bangladesh GDP is mainly depends on agriculture. There are many agriculture research institutes and laboratories there.
  • Bangladesh having more then 100 government and private universities as well many polytechnic institutions
  • There are lot of processed food and packaging industries.
  • Network with more then 1000+ local trade suppliers.
  • Existing laboratoriesin research and industries are modernizing their current infrastructure with latest equipment’s, technology and capacity. As well many new industries and labs are coming up in new area.

Exhibitor Profile

  • Analytical Instruments & Technologies
  • Chromatography
  • Spectroscopy & Microscopy
  • Biotechnology
  • Diagnostics Instruments
  • Laboratory Glassware & Balances
  • Laboratory Chemicals & Consumables
  • Laboratory Instruments and Apparatus
  • Laboratory Planning & Furniture
  • Testing & Measuring Instruments
  • Educational Lab Products for all levels
  • Life Sciences
  • Research Lab Equipment’s
  • Laboratory Automation
  • Material & Water Testing Instruments
  • Environmental Lab Instruments
  • Nanotechnology
  • Diagnostics Kit & Products

Education

  • 45 Public Universities
  • 82 Private Universities
  • 3 International Universities
  • 3 Special Universities
  • 10 Proposed Universities
  • 16 State Supported (Public) Institutes
  • 1 PPP Institute
  • 8 Private Institutes
  • 60 Government Polytechnic Institutes
  • 222 Private Polytechnic Institutes

Diagnostics

There are 1 medical University, 13 Govt. Medical College, 25 Private Medical College Hospital, 8 postgraduate Institute, 2 Institute of Health technology, 3000 Hospitals and Clinics, and almost 18000 Diagnostic Centers and Health centers in all over Bangladesh. The number of this medical college Hospitals, Diagnostic center and Health centres are increasing rapidly.

The total diagnostic market size is 700 million taka on the basis of 2008 sales volume. This data is for both Instrument and Consumables. Among the total market the Instrument is about 350-400 million taka and the consumables are of 300-350 million taka.

The trend of this business is 15% growth per year. As the demand is increasing due to population growth and establishing of new hospitals and diagnostic centres the no of companies in this field increasing day by day. The companies working in this business have a positive trend of increasing business. Some time some small company’s growth stopped due to big outstanding in the market. The market outstanding also becomes bigger day by day of the companies as the business trend is making due business in all respect of customer.

  • Thyrocare Bangladesh Limited
  • Popular Diagnostic Centre Ltd
  • LABAID Diagnostic Center
  • Comfort Diagnostic Centre
  • Padma Diagnostic Center
  • Ibn Sina Diagnostic & Consultation Center
  • KC Hospital & Diagnostic Center

Chemical Industries

The textile industry has played an important role in Bangladesh’s economic for a long time. Country textile industry in Bangladesh accountants for 45% of all industrial employment and contributes 5% to the total national income. A huge 78% of country’s exports earnings come from textiles and apparels sector, according to largest figures available. The textile private sector in the country is the fastest growing sector in Bangladesh. So the future of textile industry of Bangladesh is very bright. Combined the textile and apparel sectors consist of around 4000 firms. The textile industry is one of the largest in Bangladesh and is still expanding.

The textile industry is a chemicals based industry. There are different types of chemicals needed in the process of different types of textile processing steps. So chemicals play a vital role in textile industry specially wet processing factory.

Food Industries

Food industry is a rapidly growing sector in Bangladesh, employing a significant portion of the labor force in the country. Between 2004 and 2010, the food processing industry in Bangladesh grew at an average 7.7 percent per annum. Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics, in its 25006 Economic Census, reported that there were approximately 246 medium-sized food processing industries employing 19 percent of the industrial manufacturing workforce in Bangladesh or 8 percent of the total manufacturing labor force.

  • Transcom Beverages Ltd.
  • Square Food & Beverage Ltd. (SFBL)
  • Akij Food and Beverage Ltd.
  • Partex Beverage Ltd.
  • PRAN Foods Ltd.
  • ACI Foods Ltd.
  • IFAD Multi Products Ltd.
  • Fu-Wang Foods Ltd.
  • Ispahani Foods Ltd.

  • Bombay Sweets & Co. Ltd.