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Dr. Sultan Abdul Kadir

Founder and Chairman

The Agate Group

HQ Phone: (916) 484-5696

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The Agate Group

2351 Sunset Blvd. Ste 170 - 173

Rocklin, California 95765

United States

Company Description

We are committed to making a positive influence in all the relationships that we build. Our core values have been the foundation of our business and provide us with guidelines for our decisions and interaction that we have with our customers, partners, ve ... more

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Addressing a press conference at Walton's ...

www.bangladeshinfo.com [cached]

Addressing a press conference at Walton's Motijheel office here, Agate Group's Founder and Chairman Dr. Sultan Abdul Kadir said his group is willing to set up a motor plant in Bangladesh.

The Malaysian business group recently signed an agreement with local RB Group to import its Walton brand products to market those in South East Asian countries where Agate has its business.
The Agate Group's chairman said his company finds very good potentials to market Walton products and motor vehicles to be produced here in countries like Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Singapore and Myanmar.
A delegation of Agate Group, led by Sultan Abdul Kadir, is now visiting Bangladesh to explore business potentials here.
...
Mentioning Bangladesh as a brotherly country, Sultan Abdul Kadir said there is huge natural resources and very cheap labour in Bangladesh which the country could easily exploit to produce world-class products.
He believed that the proposed motor vehicle manufacturing plant will be a viable project as there is a huge market in Bangladesh and in its neighbouring nations for motor cars and other vehicles.
"We would move forward with our proposed ventures if we get necessary support from the government and other agencies," he said.


Addressing a press conference at Walton's ...

www.thebangladeshtoday.com [cached]

Addressing a press conference at Walton's Motijheel office here, Agate Group's Founder and Chairman Dr. Sultan Abdul Kadir said his group is willing to set up a motor plant in Bangladesh.

...
A delegation of Agate Group, led by Sultan Abdul Kadir, is now visiting Bangladesh to explore business potentials here. The delegation called on Commerce Minister Faruk Khan Sunday and visited Walton's manufacturing unit in Gazipur Monday. The press conference was informed that setting up a power plant and establishing a manpower training institute is also included in the Agate Group's future venture in Bangladesh. The training centre's main target will be to train up the local skilled and unskilled manpower to send them to Malaysia. Mentioning Bangladesh as a brotherly country, Sultan Abdul Kadir said there is huge natural resources and very cheap labour in Bangladesh which the country could easily exploit to produce world-class products. He believed that the proposed motor vehicle manufacturing plant will be a viable project as there is a huge market in Bangladesh and in its neighbouring nations for motor cars and other vehicles. "We would move forward with our proposed ventures if we get necessary support from the government and other agencies," he said.


Addressing a press conference at Walton's ...

www.thebangladeshtoday.com [cached]

Addressing a press conference at Walton's Motijheel office here, Agate Group's Founder and Chairman Dr. Sultan Abdul Kadir said his group is willing to set up a motor plant in Bangladesh.

...
A delegation of Agate Group, led by Sultan Abdul Kadir, is now visiting Bangladesh to explore business potentials here. The delegation called on Commerce Minister Faruk Khan Sunday and visited Walton's manufacturing unit in Gazipur Monday. The press conference was informed that setting up a power plant and establishing a manpower training institute is also included in the Agate Group's future venture in Bangladesh. The training centre's main target will be to train up the local skilled and unskilled manpower to send them to Malaysia. Mentioning Bangladesh as a brotherly country, Sultan Abdul Kadir said there is huge natural resources and very cheap labour in Bangladesh which the country could easily exploit to produce world-class products. He believed that the proposed motor vehicle manufacturing plant will be a viable project as there is a huge market in Bangladesh and in its neighbouring nations for motor cars and other vehicles. "We would move forward with our proposed ventures if we get necessary support from the government and other agencies," he said.

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