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Hamza Textiles-unit-2 starts its journey

Desk Report: The expansion unit of Hamza Textiles Limited a concern of DBL Group started its journey in Kashimpur, Gazipur on 1 December 2021 through a glorious event. State Minister for Youth and Sports, Md. Zahid Ahsan Russel, MP inaugurated this expansion unit in the event held at the factory premises of Hamza Textiles Limited.

Gazipur Metropolis Awami League President, Advocate Azmat Ullah Khan, Gazipur City Corporation Acting Mayor Asadur Rahman Kiron, DBL Group Chairman, Abdul Wahed; Managing Director, M. A. Jabbar; Vice Chairman, M. A. Rahim, and senior officials of various units of DBL Group were present at the inauguration ceremony.


Hamza Textiles provides dyeing and finishing services for fabrics that are used by its sister companies, owned by the DBL Group, which is one of Bangladesh’s largest integrated knitted apparel manufacturers and exporters.

Recently International Finance Corporation has invested $22.7 million in Bangladesh’s Hamza Textile Limited to help the local company to build a modern, green factory

DBL Group is a family owned business which started in 1991. The first company was named as Dulal Brothers Limited. Over the years, the organization evolved into a diversified conglomerate in Bangladesh.

The businesses include Apparels, Textiles, Textile Printing, Washing, Garments Accessories, Packaging, Ceramic Tiles, Pharmaceuticals, Dredging, Semiconductor Design (VLSI), ICT, and Telecommunications.

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