Imported Chemicals in Food and Beverage Sector in Bangladesh

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This report like to emphasis to several chemicals that is highly required in food and beverage sectors.

Executive Summary

Today with the awareness of human health, people very concern with their food. Balance food and quality food is the basic demand in 21th century. For this reason different research are performed to develop the food quality. So, it increases the demand of food chemicals, the chemicals that will increase the food grade but not cause any harm to human beings.

In this case chemicals are used that will not cause any harm to world. So a reliable source is required that provide the maximum quality of food. As an internee duty is to find out the root source of supply. From this study it will be possible for ACI to find out the basic required chemicals, the major traders, major indenters and importers and the major source of supply and the final consumers.

On surveying the found large number of problems and limitations in chemicals market. Some of them are created by self interest groups and somewhere there are lack of knowledge and appropriate information. So a standard recognition association is required to solve these sorts of problems.

On this report like to emphasis to several chemicals that are highly required in food and beverage sectors. ACI can get a pure and clear knowledge about the recent chemical market from this report. After all this can say ACI Trading Ltd. will enjoy highly opportunistic and profitable field by being involved in this chemical market.

Chapter 1:

Background of the Report

Background of the Company

ICI Plc of UK had a pharmaceutical business in Bangladesh. In 1992 the business was divested to management and the name of the Company changed to Advanced Chemical Industries (ACI) Limited. ACI inherited the rich ICI culture of product quality, customer service and social responsibility and continues to nurture.

· ACI is the first company in Bangladesh to obtain certification of ISO 9001 Quality Management System in 1995. ACI is also the first Company in Bangladesh to get certification of ISO 14001 Environmental Management System in 2000. ACI employees are proud of their work culture, business ethics and environmental consciousness.

· ACI values are embodied in its mission and vision statements. ACI quality and environmental concerns are clearly stated through declared policies.

· What was primarily a Pharmaceutical business in 1992 with a turnover of Tk.80 million with stagnant growth, the new management brought about fundamental changes in policies and has in year 2003 grown to over Tk. 2300 million in turnover through diversified business interest including personal care products, food products, animal health, agrochemicals and seeds in addition to gaining a strong position in Pharmaceuticals.

· ACI represents principals like AstraZeneca, Eli Lilly, UCB and Searle in Pharmaceuticals business; Colgate-Palmolive, Heinz & Dabur in Consumer Products sector; Aimco pesticides Ltd., Borreegaard Taicang Chemical Co. Ltd, Isagro Italy, Chimac Agriphar-Belgium, Cheminova Denmark, Hockly Int Ltd, Sundat (S) Pte Ltd, in Agrochemicals; Ranbaxy, Dabur, Wockhardt, Sanofi, Ceva and Invesa in Animal Health sector.

· The trading subsidiary of ACI represents in Bangladesh principals like ICI, Exxon-Mobile, Bayer, Stahl and ICI Uniquema.

1.1 Company Mission

ACI’s mission is to enrich the quality of life of people through responsible application of knowledge, skills and technology. ACI is committed to the pursuit of excellence through world-class products, innovative processes and empowered employees to provide the highest level of satisfaction to its customers.

1.2 Company Vision

To realize the mission ACI will:

· Endeavor to attain a position of leadership in each category of its businesses.

· Attain a high level of productivity in all its operations through effective and efficient use of resources, adoption of appropriate technology and alignment with our core competencies.

· Develop its employees by encouraging empowerment and rewarding innovation.

· Promote an environment for learning and personal growth of its employees

· Provide products and services of high and consistent quality, ensuring value for money to its customers.

· Encourage and assist in the qualitative improvement of the services of its suppliers and distributors.

· Establish harmonious relationship with the community and promote greater environmental responsibility within its sphere of influence.

1.3About the study

The BBA Program of department of marketing, the University of Dhaka, comprises of 8 semesters. As a part of my educational sector we have to perform three months internship. A student of BBA I have enough theoretical knowledge, and I want to put all my potentiality in the practical field. Advanced Chemical Industries Limited has given me this opportunity. I commenced my internship in Advanced Chemical Industries Limited from December 03, 2006 to March 03 2007.

During internship program, the internee has to identify and analyze the issue related to the business operation of the organization, and find out solution to that issue. In this context, my organizational supervisor Mr. Azmal Hossain, Executive Director, ACI Trading Limited assigned me to conduct an extensive survey on “Imported Chemicals in Food and Beverage Sector in Bangladesh”.

Through internship study ACI will be able to know annual market size of food and beverage chemicals market, major identified chemicals in this sector, total amount imported, value and price, name of traders, importers and source of supply and Key success factors in this business.

1.3 Objectives of the Study

The arena of chemical is vast. But as a trading company ACI has assigned me to find out the imported chemicals in food and beverage sectors. So, in finding out this problem have some objective:

1. Broad objectives

2. Specific objectives

1. Broad objectives:

Broad objective of this report is to meet the academic requirement and also gain a real knowledge from an organization like ACI Limited.

2. Specific objectives:

In specific objective I have to prepare a sound report that must be reliable and dependable. On the basis of this report ACI can take their future initiatives. As chemicals sector has a vast depth market.

The specific objectives those are discussed to help in explaining the broad objectives are as follows:

· Identify the major imported chemicals.

· Total import of the identified chemicals in Bangladesh.

· Major end user & importers.

· Major traders of those chemicals.

· The annual requirement of identified chemicals in quantity and values.

· Source of supply with approx price indication.

· Competition and others.

1.3 Methodology

From educational background learned different methodology in marketing research process. So, in this study had the opportunity to implicate educational knowledge in practical field. Collected data from many sources. Initially, The used different methodology such as:

· Primary Data

  • Survey:

· Over Telephone:

The contacted lots of personnel of different knit dyeing, yarn dyeing and woven dyeing units along with Mr. Monowar Hossain, Asst. Manager, ACI Trading.

  • Questionnaire:

To collect information in large scale we have developed a questionnaire which was filled by the various prospect and general people.

· Personal interview:

In order to have some effective data and some raw dependable data performed some personal visit. went several companies in tejgaoun, mirpur & gajipur. To have information about traders I went to Alu bazaar, Babu bazar, Nawabpur Road, Begom Bazaar.

  • Observation:

Personal observation:

Long time waiting in Traders outlet and observe the natural flow of market price and others condition.

Secondary Data

In this case collected and gained lots of data from secondary sources. Sometimes have visited different organizations to collect data, magazine, paper and reports. By doing this think have gain altos of knowledge about chemicals.

· Annual report of Bangladesh chemicals Manufactures and Exporters Association 2004-2005.

· Customs Bond Commercial Executive Welfare Association.

· Bangladesh chemical importers and merchant Association

· National Board of Revenue (NBR).

· Bangladesh chemical & perfumery producers Association.

· Bangladesh statistical bureau.

· Export promotion bureau.

· Bangladesh export-import Association

· Printed Materials: This study mostly depended on the printed materials. These printed materials include the newspapers, magazines, journals, directories, annual reports, Bangladesh bank publications, ACI own publication etc.

· Internet: Internet was one of the major secondary sources that used to collect information to do the study. Very much grateful to all the sites that visited during the preparation of the report.

· Newspapers: have collected some information from the various dailies and articles.

· Organizations: have collected information from some organizations such as Bangladesh Chemicals & Perfumery Merchant Association, National Board of Revenue and Bangladesh Statistical Bureau.

· Sampling and data collection: While doing the study take the help of the sampling procedure. followed several procedure of sampling. For example in the depth interview with the experts go for the judgment method. And in conducting the large scale survey followed the probability sampling which included the simple random sampling.

1.4 Scope of the Study

Providing chemicals to the Food & Beverage sector represents a business to business Market. So, the marketing and distribution network is not like other consumer products. The report covers information about the major importers and traders with their annual requirements. I have discovered the key to success factors in this Import business.

The opportunities those have been provided during the period of internship program in ACI limited are as follows:

· The courses that have been done through last one year fulfill the need of getting permission to do internship program. It is a program that can not be done without completing as the academic courses.

· ACI limited has given this opportunity of doing internship with this organization. It has permitted to join the organization from the beginning of the internship program.

1.4 Limitations

There Are Many Limitation for the study, among those studies some major limitations have been mentioned bellow:

· Major Traders and Importers are not wanted to reveal their confidential import figure due to fear of custom intelligence.

· It is not easy to find out annual figure from govt. office like NBR.

· These chemicals have huge market demand and traders are dispersed all over the country. So it is difficult to collect data from all major traders within these time limitation.

· BCPMA fails to collect annual information each year. There is also limitation in availability of secondary information.

· Most of the required information is much related to GDP, so the BCPMA don’t want to disclose this information.

· Finally, political obstacle causes a huge constraint in collecting information in different steps.

Chapter 2:

Chemicals in Food & Beverage Sector

2.1About Chemicals in Food and Beverage Sector

Bangladesh is a wide populated country. Now the population is about 16 corers. So with the increase of population the demand of food and beverage is increasing (16%) at a high rate. So to fulfill this demand company in food and beverage sector are also increasing simultaneously. So as a rate about 5% new food company and beverage industries are introduced with in 3years. That means now in Bangladesh there are over 20,000 confectionaries and 1500 local and foreign beverage companies are available.

  • Specialized Chemicals

Most of the company uses some specialized chemicals and some ordinary chemicals. These specialized chemicals mainly their competitive advantages. So they try to collect this chemicals by their own or partner indenters. The specialized chemicals are: Hydro generated vegetable oil, Egg powder, Flavor, Biscuit no: 01, Gum azoic methyl pare sodium (methyl sodium citrate).

  • Ordinary chemicals

Other ordinary chemicals that companies use mainly depend on the local chemical market or on some indenters. These ordinary chemicals are available in the market but their demand is increasing at a high rate. This ordinary chemicals are: citric acid, Sodium bi carbonate, Sugariness, benzoic acid, sodium benzoate, mythel pare sodium, Sodium cyclamate (sugar)

In this case the producers want some reliability in chemicals. So always want to deal with a company that can produce the best quality, price, perfect quantity, on time delivery and over all a huge source to continue for long time business. So, in this sense ACI has a bright future to inter in the food & beverage chemicals sectors.

2.1Different Sectors of Chemicals

Like other countries of the world Bangladesh uses chemicals in different sectors. With the increase of the people and their demand different industries exists in different sectors. Now Bangladesh has RMG industry, leather industry, plastic industry, textile industry and food & beverage industry. In every sector chemicals is required.

From a journal, in RMG industry required 38% chemical, leather 19%, plastic 5%, textile 20%, food & beverage 6% and others 12%. So we can understand the use of chemicals is increasing day by day. In food & beverage sector we have to depend on India, China, German and Italy. So, the availability of these chemicals is much essential for the production. As production will increase it will make our GDP constant.

GRAPH – 1: Chemicals Required by Different Sectors

2.1Annual Requirements of Chemicals

TABLE – 1: Annual Requirements (Demand) of Chemicals in Quantity & Value

Name of chemicals

HS code Price Quantity



(Tk/per kg)

C & F


Citric acid 2918.14 70-80 280 3000-3500
Sodium benzoate 2916.31 120-140 600-650 1200-1500
Sodium bi carbonate 2836.30 257-280 1000-1100 2000-2500
Hydrogen per oxide 2847.00 40-60 1500 2.5 lac-3 lac
CMC powder 3912.31 320-430 180-200 10000-15000
Cream of tarter 2918.12 85-120 180-200 850-1000


· Bangladesh Chemicals & Perfumery Merchant Association,

· CNF (Price) Information from “Lucky Chemicals & Perfumery”, March-2006

Chapter 3:

Name of Identified Chemicals

3.1 Name of Major Identified Chemicals

1) Citric acid: Citric acid is the form of vitamin C. Now in Bangladesh it is widely used. In all most all local and foreign food company use this citric acid. It is one of the most usable chemicals in Bangladesh. The use of citric acid was 2000-5500 MT in Bangladesh in the year in 2003, 2800-3200 MT in 2004, and finally 3000-3500 MT in 2005. So we can see the growth rate is about 15%. But this supply is not sufficient. On my market survey I found that food producer mainly depend on local market citric acid and the price also increase with increasing demand.

GRAPH – 2: Use of Citric Acid

TABLE – 2: Use of Citric Acid
Year Use of Citric Acid
Maximum (MT) Minimum (MT)
2003 5500 2000
2004 3200 2800
2005 3500 3000

2.Sodium benzoate: In Bangladesh there are three types on preservatives are used in food and beverage sector. 1. benzoic acid 2. mythel pare sodium 3. sodium benzoate. From this three, benzoic acid and mythel pare sodium are expensive .some few producers use these chemicals. But most of the company use sodium benzoate as it is reasonable and supportive in nature. We can find that the use of Sodium benzoate was about 1200-1500 MT in 2004-05. In local market this chemicals plays a huge role and it has a great demand in market all the year round.

GRAPH – 3: Use of Sodium benzoate

2) Sodium bi carbonate: In food sector sodium bi carbonate is used to make bread, biscuits, cake and different snakes. It is also known as baking powder. It is the mane or core material to produce food items. We can find that the use of Sodium benzoate was about 2000-2500 MT in 2004-05. So, to fulfill increasing demand every year Bangladesh has to import lots of sodium bi carbonate. But now in Bangladesh some institutions are producing sodium bi carbonate but the quality is very low. Some low quality company uses this local chemical. Most of the medium, large and standard company use imported sodium bi carbonate.

GRAPH – 4: Use of Sodium bi carbonate

3.Carboxyl methyl cellulose (CMC) powder: Cmc powder is widely used in beverage sectors. Most of the users import this product from China and German. It is mainly used to give the beverage softness and clearness. Cmc powder is now widely used for multiple uses. In textile sector it is used about 10000-15000 MT & in the food sector about 800-900 MT for the year 2005.

GRAPH – 5: Use of Carboxyl methyl cellulose (CMC) powder

For the Year 2005

TABLE – 3: List of Major Identified Chemicals
Name Hs code Market Price (Tk/kg) C & f






Citric acid 2918.14.00 70 280 4000
Sodium benzoate 2916.31.00 120 600-650 450
Sodium bi carbonate 2836.30.00 257-280 1000-1100 2000-3000
Carboxyl methyl cellulose 3916.31.00 320-430 1500 1000-1500
Hydrogen per oxide 2847.00.00 40 180-200 2.5-3lac


· Bangladesh Chemicals & Perfumery Merchant Association

· CNF (Price) Information from “Lucky Chemicals & Perfumery”, March-2006

3.2Name of Other Identified Chemicals

TABLE – 4: List of Other Identified Chemicals


Hs code Price




Cream of tarter

potassium hydrogen tartrate

29181200 85 1000-1200
Sodium bi carbonate 2836.30


257-280 1500-2000
Sugariness 1702 2000 185 150-200
Crystal glucose 1702 3000 180-220
a) Benzoic acid 2902.20.0000 220 50-110
b) Sodium benzoate 29163100 120 850-950
c) Mythel pare sodium 560 50-80
Sodium cyclamate (sugar) 2929 90 00 180 300-400
Hydro generated vegetable oil 151219 600-950
Glucose 45 200-220
Tartaric acid 291812


250 220-350
Coca powder 1805000000 160 1500-1800
Egg powder
140 100-400
a) Biscuit no:01 2106.90.97 700 50
b) Biscuit no:09 900 50
Citric acid 291814


70-80 1100-1350
Malt 1107100000 125 200

Name Hs code Price




Soft Drinks
Hydrogen per oxide 2847.00.0000 40 5000-7000
Citric acid 291814 70 800-10000
Ascorbic acid 2936.27.0000


500-700 300-400
Sodium cyclamate 2940.00.0000 200 300-400

(sodium benzoate)

29163100 120 350-550
Carboxyl methyl cellulose (cmc) 39123100 320-430 1000-1500
Gum azoic 39123900 375 50-100
Sodium citrate 29181500 100 400-500
Juice/ Energy Drinks
Cmc powder
a) grade-10000 39123900 320 400-900
b) grade-50000 39123100 430 10000-15000
a) sodium benzoate 29163100 120 350-450
b) benzoic acid 2902.20.0000 220 200-350
c) methyl pare sodium (methyl sodium citrate) 39123900 560 320-420
Food color 240-900 Market


Name Hs code Price


Ice cream
Ice powder/ corn flower/skim milk 1805.00.000 90-95 100
Citric acid 291814 70 850-1000
Preservative (sodium benzoate) 29163100 120 200-300
Sodium cyclamate (sugar) 2929.9020 180 500-800
Vegetable fat 151800 70 100-200
Coca powder 1805.00.000 500-800


· Different traders, indenters and importers.

· Different end users.

· Bangladesh Chemicals & Perfumery Merchant Association,

Chapter 4:

Major Traders of Chemicals

4.1About Traders

In Bangladesh chemical business plays an important role. Here we can see there are a few indenters and importers in the market. Most of the business men and end users mainly depend on the local traders. In this case traders mainly collect their chemicals from the several importers. On performing this survey I have found that every trader mainly carries out their business with several chemicals of several sectors (food, beverage, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals). Here the products are very much homogeneous and price is the same.

From the year report of Bangladesh Chemicals & Perfumery Merchant Association, 2005, there are about 1000-1500 traders in whole Bangladesh. These traders are the main source of different chemicals. Mostly the local end users collect their required chemicals from these traders. Armanian street, Midfort, Babu bazaar, ALu bazaar and Moulovi bazaar are the main market for these local traders. But, there are lots of problem in this chemicals market. These traders have to depend on the supply and price of the importer5s and traders. Also knew from the Year report these traders market also doing business of 2000corer taka. That also plays an important role in our GDP.

So we can see that ACI has a great chance in this market. In this case ACI can provide chemicals to these traders and also to the final users. At the time of doing this survey we got to know that most of the traders a searching to reliable & dependable sources of supply.

GRAPH – 6: Contributions made by Traders

4.1 List of Major Traders

Name Address Phone no. Fax no. Major Product
Mitali cheminals 56, Mitford road, hazi usufe manson under ground market haka-1100 Tele:7393322

Mobile: 0171-626459

Citric acid,

sodium benzoate, cmc

Nippon perfumery and chemicals Bismillah bhobon, girjagoli20, armanitola Tele:7318127


Citric acid,

sodium benzoate, cmc

Ismail sons Hazi usuf manshon, undergroundmarket

56 Mitford road


Mobile: 01711-526485

Citric acid,

sodium benzoate, cmc

M/S alim and brothers 106, KP gosh street, armanitola Tele:7395942


Citric acid,

sodium benzoate, cmc

M/SRIPON PERFUMARY & chemical 9, Mitford (imamcomplex) Tele:7311632


Fax: 880-2-7314932 Citric acid,

sodium benzoate, cmc

Rupsha chemical works 15, Armanian street (arman court) Tele:7314458


Citric acid,

sodium benzoate, cmc

New bikrampur perfumery house 56, Mitford road, Dhaka-1100 Tele:7313888


Citric acid,

sodium benzoate, cmc

Bikrumpur perfumery house 56, Mitford road (babu bazar) Tele:7392216


Citric acid,

sodium benzoate, molt

TABLE – 5: List of Major Traders


Address Phone no. Fax no. Major Product
Burhan perfumery house 56/57 Mitford road yousuf medicin market Tele: 7390901


Fax: 88-02-9566419

E-mail: bphzamal



New burhan perfumery house 56/57 Mitford road,shop no-7 hazi yusuf mansion Tele: 7393896


Fax:88-02-9566423 Order


Ferdous chemical & solvent 1 no, Armanian srteet mitford road Tele: 7312812

Mobile: 01711423266



Amin chemicals & perfumery 218(47/b) Mitford road, Dhaka-1100

shop no:02





Mashallah chemical & perfumery 19, Armanian street (rashid plaza) Dhaka-1100 Tele:7312724




Karim perfumery & chemicals Rashid plaza, girza goly

19, armanian street,




Fax n0:088-02-8960657 Order


Rashid perfumery idol Bismillah bhaban 20-aranian street mitford, Dhaka-1100 Tele: 7317952




M/S sonali perfumery & chemical supply 21, Armanian street (mona complex) mitford. Tele:7313573


Fax no:88-02-7314524 Order


Al-amin design silinder & chemical 19 no Armanian street, armaintola. Dhaka-1100 Tele:7313330




M/S Suma enterprise Makhail market,1no Armanian street Mitford Tele: 7321791




E-mail: arafat


All food & beverage chemicals

Name Address Phone no. Fax no. Major Product
Arafat chemical &dyes 56, Mitford road, dhaka-1100 hazi yousuf manson shop#15 Tele:7392331


Fax no:0088-02


All food & beverage chemicals
Ziad chemicals & perfumery ½ Rahim (notun metro) market, babu bazar Mobile:018-9275194 All food & beverage chemicals
Kamal perfumery & chemical house ¾ Babu bazar, mitford road, Dhaka 1100 Tele:7321920

Mobile: 01711-524233

Fax no: 0088-02-8321451 All food & beverage chemicals
Lucky perfumery house ¾, Babu bazar mitford road, azim market. Tele: 7314944


Fax no:0088-02-7161734 All food & beverage chemicals
M/S s.s chemicals 3, Armanian srteet Dhaka-1100 Tele:7317452


Fax no: 0088-02-7310964 All food & beverage chemicals
M/S kashem chemicals& pharmacy 203, Medicine market mitford road, Dhaka -1100 Tele:7310449


E-mail: kbchem@

All food & beverage chemicals
M/S alim & brothers Kp ghosh street, armaniantola Dhaka-1100 Tele:73959442


Fax no: 0088-02-7317621 All food & beverage chemicals
M/S ripon perfumery & chemical 9, Mitford road (imam complex) Dhaka. Tele:7311632


Fax no:088-02-7314932

E-mail: mtrading@

All food & beverage chemicals


· Personal visit to different markets.

· Bangladesh Chemicals & Perfumery Merchant Association,

Chapter 5:

Major Indenters or Importers of Chemicals

5.1 About Indenters or Importers

Now a day’s chemical business is guided and shaped by the indenters. In this case they are the main sources of the imported chemicals. As the traders are very much limited and they try to avoid risk to every import depend on these importers and the indenters.

In this case every large end users mainly depend and have their own indenters. So, they mainly collect the chemicals from the indenters on a regular basis. Most indenters contact with the foreign suppliers and place their orders. Padma chemicals, Agies international, Stonewall Limited, Lucky Chemicals Corporation are the main indenters in Bangladesh.

As the size of the indenters is not so huge they have to suffer from different political obstacles and social problems. Taxation, tariff, customs and shipment are the main problems in chemicals industry.

In this case ACI has a great opportunity. Mostly huge food and beverage producers (pran, square) are our client and we have long time business relationship. So as an indenter ACI can take orders and can easily solve the barriers.

GRAPH – 7: Contributions made by Importers or Indenters

5.2 List of Major Indenters or Importers

TABLE – 6: List of Major Indenters or Importers


Address Phone/ fax Products
Agies international BCIC Sadan, (2nd Floor), Motijheel C/A 9557300, 7113163


Citric acid, hydrogen per oxide, Sodium bi carbonate
Padma chemicals Padma store , mokim katara molovi bazaar 7311444 Citric acid, Crystal glucose, sodium benzoate
Dysin-Chem Ltd. Estern Housing Comm. Bldg. (6th Floor), 56, Inner Circular Road, Metro Scout Market, (Ground Floor) 8311052, 9566949, 9561637

Fax: 880-2-8311052

Citric acid, hydro Zen per oxide
Stonewall Limited Ellal Chamber 7 th Floor, 11, Motijheel Commercial Area.

Dhaka – 1000, Bangladesh.

+880-2-9559663, 9550279, 9568755


And confectionary chemicals.

Lucky chemicals corporation Meherab plaza,sute#8/B(8thfloor,33 topkhana road) +880-2-9571089, 9569822, 9558996, 01711-186428

Fax +880-2-9550710

All chemicals contract basis
JDH Chemical Bangladesh Ltd. House # 40, Road # 12, Block # E, Banani
+880-2-9894460, 01713-005381
Fax: +880-2-8814713
Order basis
Name Address Phone/ fax Products
Advance Chemicals Est 78, Motijheel C/A (6th floor), Baitul Hauqe Bhaban +880-2-9666518, 9568771, 01819-221180

fax +880-2-9568771

Order basis
Mehedi chemicals 47?Dahmed market 3rd floor mitford 7313641


All chemicals contract basis
N/Smonir trading 1,no moulovi bazaar,Dhaka 7312104 All chemicals contract basis
Alif international 106 Haziosman goni road Dhaka 7167220


Citric acid, hydro Zen per oxide
MIFTAchemicals Hazi yousuf mansion 56 mitford road. 7319155


And confectionary chemicals.

Arif enterprise Baitul aziz

1, moulovi bazaar Dhaka

7311600 All chemicals contract basis
GTI corporation 47/d Mitford road,Dhaka


Order basis
Essential drug company ltd 395/397 tejgaon i/a Dhaka 208 gpo 2447 9130489


Order basis

5.2Other Indenters or Importers

TABLE – 7: List of Other Indenters or Importers


Address Phone Fax


Pacific Trade Link 78, Motijheel C/A (6th floor), Baitul Hauqe Bhaban +880-2-9666518, 9568771, 01819-221180 Fax


Cream of tarter,

Sodium bi carbonate,


Citric acid,

Sodium benzoate

Milon Chamical Globe Chamber (1st floor), 104 Motijheel C/A +880-2-9568092, 01711-842289 Fax


Cream of tarter,

Sodium bi carbonate,


Citric acid,

Sodium benzoate

l Asian Chemical Co. Ltd. 9/G Motijheel C/A (2nd floor), Suite# 2 +880-2-9562377 Fax


Cream of tarter,

Sodium bi carbonate,


Citric acid,

Sodium benzoate

Kazi Chemical Industries Bhuyan Mansion (2nd floor), 6 Motijheel C/A +880-2-9558291, 01711-337539 Fax


Cream of tarter,

Sodium bi carbonate,


Citric acid,

Sodium benzoate

Shovon Enterprise Ltd 0 18, Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue (2nd Floor) Shahbagh +880-2-9661784, 8611662, 8619733, 9663349 Fax



Order basis
Aero Asia (PTE) Ltd. Meherba Plaza, 33, Topkhana Road (6th Floor) +880-2-9568703, 9567656, 9557472 Fax


Order basis
Name Address Phone Fax


BASF Bangladesh Ltd. HR Bhaban (5th floor), 26/1 Kakrail Road 880-2-9348374-6, 8313479 Fax +880-2-8313599


Order basis
Sheba Chemicals 154 Motijheel C/A (1st floor) +880-2-7165960, 01199-049531 Fax


Order basis
Diamond Chemicals
9/2 New Secretariate Road, Fulbaria
+880-2-9551063, 7315756, 01711-522482, 01711-400605 —- Exclusive Enterprises of Cylinder filled Ammonia Gas, Apriton, Binder, Aica, Softner &Chemicals
Sun Shine Traders 56/57, Mitford Road +880-2-7321988, 7321993, 7392339, 01714-021289 E-mail



All kinds of Chemicals Importer and supplier
l Stonewall Ltd. Pharmchord Ltd 11, Motijheel C/A (7th Floor) +880-2-9550279, 9568755 Fax:


E-mail: www.tradeinfo


Dealing in Pharmaceutical Raw materials including Pharmaceutical & Confectionery project machineries
Initial Chemicals Limited Aptt.-1, House-60-D, Road-131, Gulshan South +880-2-8818710-11 Fax


Order basis
Universal Trade Centre 16, Motijheel C/A (3rd Floor), Namazee Chamber +880-2-9568703, 9567656, 9557472 Fax +880-2-9569971 Order basis

Name Address Phone Fax


Chemie Wrold Ltd. Roomno-24,S.F. Chamber 1093,Steand Road +880-31-711235 Fax +880-31-710057 Order basis
Elite Cosmatica 2/1, ka, Sukrabad +880-2-9125319 Fax +880-2-8311052 Order basis
Advanced Chemicals EST 78, mothijheel c/a baitul haque bhaban 9666518 Fax: 88-02-9568771


Order basis
Aero- asia (pte) ltd Meherab plaza, 33, topkhana road 9568703 Fax: 88-02-9569971


Order basis
A.F.C.C I international 123,new kakrail road shantinogor 9338710 Fax: 88-02-8321108


Order basis
ALA chemicals
Jeba tower,57 shahid tajuddin sharani rasulbag
8816610 Fax: 88-02-8815316 Order basis
ALPHA chemicals
12-13 motijheel c/a rahman chamber Dhaka-1000
9567603 Fax: 88-02-9559795 Order basis
BEXIMIN corporation ltd
Ahmed plaza 819begum rokeya sharani shewrapara
8110341 Fax: 88-02-8110341


Order basis
D.S chemicals Rowshan tower 152/2a-2 green road panthapath 9331604 Fax:88-02-9123735


Order basis
Name Address Phone Fax


Ibrahin trading co. 26, Shahid nazrul islam hat khola road shop#6 7110457 Fax:88-02-7111787 Order basis
Dhaka Chemical supply & Co. 123, New kakrail road shantinogor 7114747, 7119643 All kinds of Chemicals Importer and supplier
Topaz International Ltd. 61/ Motijheel

c/a dhaka

880-2-8618087 Fax:

880-2-9550573. 9552840


All kinds of Chemicals Importer and supplier
Panam Chemical Corporation nbsp125, New Kakrail Road, Santinagar Plaza 880-2-7160058,



All kinds of Chemicals Importer and supplier
General Agro Chemicals Ltd. 9/G Motijheel C/A (2nd floor), Suite# 2 880-2-8319251 E-mail:

All kinds of Chemicals Importer and supplier
Tex-Chem Corporation 56/57, Mitford Road 8316348,



Order basis
Rainbow Chemicals Ltd. Rowshan tower 152/2a-2 green road panthapath 8119225, 8118206 E-mail:

Order basis


· Yellow pages

· Personal visit

· Bangladesh indenters association

Chapter 6:

Major Suppliers of Chemicals

6.1Major Sources of Supply

TABLE – 8: List of Major Sources of Supply

1. Sodium bi carbonate



Address Importer or


Price Chemicals
Henan Boom Gelatin Co., Ltd. 96 Middle Of Hanghai Road, Zhengzhou City, He’nan Province. China. 86-371-68879601,


Agies international,

Stonewall Limited

257-280 Sodium bi carbonate,

Citric acid,

Naicy chemical co.,ltd. Xizang zhong road, shanghai

shanghai, Shanghai, 200001

China . [86] (21) 28682986

Padma chemicals,

JDH Chemical Bangladesh Ltd.

270-280 Bicarbonate,


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