Mohammad Kamal Uddin to get export sector CIP Statues in Bangladesh

Desk Report: Mohammad Kamal Uddin, Managing Director of Torque group and  Chairman  of the BGMEA’s Standing Committee on Trade Fair to get export sector CIP status. The government on Monday announced the names of 44 businesses as commercially important persons (industry) for their contribution to the country’s overall economy through setting up industries, creating employment and increasing national income in 2021.

The industries ministry in a gazette notification selected the CIPs in the industrial sector in six categories. Among the 44 businesspeople, six has been selected under the ex-officio category, 25 under large industries, 10 under medium industries, two under small industries and one under micro industries.

According to the notification, every nominated CIP will get a CIP card and enjoy a number of facilities, including priority in seat reservation at government transports in air, road, rail and waterways, getting invitation at national events and letter of introduction from foreign ministry for getting visa to go aboard. The CIPs will be able to use the cards as passes to use the VIP lounge-2 at airports. 

Mohammed Kamal Uddin has more than 20 years of extensive experience in the textile and apparel industry of Bangladesh. Torque Fashions Ltd. is willing to compete in the global market to provide best quality woven products to the buyers & achieve its desired goal.