Items made of ceramics material is not a new concept. The oldest of ceramics were made 27,000 years before, which includes pots and figurines. From fragile ceramics watch to bone china cups, the material has taken over the antique items industry along with crockery industry.
Ceramics items are no more limited to usage only; they also work as a status symbol for majority of ceramics buyers. The hub of ceramics is Dhaka, Bangladesh, where anything can be found, if you know where to go, just like New Market of Dhaka, where expectations meet reality, whether it’s price or variety. One can also sharpen his bargaining skills here, if he is so sure to spend on a specific item.
The most renowned Tableware Product brand in Bangladesh is Shinepukur Ceramics, which started its operation back in the year 1997. Within the 7 years, it became a subsidiary of Beximco Group as the latter acquired cent percent shares in the former.
Shinepukur Ceramics started commercial production in 1999, where it gave a strong competition to well established brands like Tajma Ceramic Industry and Monno Ceramics. Its Bone China and Porcelain Tableware are impeccable in the whole ceramic industry and that is why its demand is on the rise overseas.
A S F Rahman is the Chairman and Salman F Rahman is the Vice-Chairman of Beximco Group and the sibling also sit on the Board of Directors of the Shinepukur Ceramics. Shinepukur Ceramics provides manufacturing facilities like Porcelain, bone china, decal &mould, packaging, QA & QC. Their shapes, designs and souvenirs are exported across Australia, Argentina, Canada, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Norway, New Zealand, Poland, Pakistan, Portugal, Russian Federation, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Taiwan, Turkey, USA, UK, UAE and more.