Bangladeshi electronics giant Walton has started the export of its ‘Made in Bangladesh’ labelled gas stoves to the Sri Lankan market in the latest move of its global presence. A leading consumer brand in Sri Lankan will sold out Walton’s gas stoves in their market.
A programme titled “Inaugural Ceremony: Exporting Walton Gas Stoves to Sri Lanka” was held recently in this regard at Walton Corporate Office in Dhaka. Walton Hi-Tech Industries Limited (WHIL) Director Nishat Tasnim Shuchi inaugurated the exports as chief guest.
Nishat Tasnim Shuchi said that Walton is bringing fame to Bangladesh with the exports of its various types of international standard products around the globe. Sri Lanka is an important business partner for Walton. Exporting gas stoves to Sri Lanka will facilitate the expansion of Walton's export market there and certainly create another milestone towards Walton's journey of becoming a best global brand in line with its ‘Vision: Go Global 2030.’
Edward Kim said that Walton's products gained popularity around the world for its products' varied designs, features and competitive price capability. Walton will export over 1 lakh units of gas stoves to Sri Lanka. Walton's gas stoves will be exported to India next February.
Mahfuzur Rahman said that at present there are more than 22 models of Walton gas stoves in the market with attractive designs and features. In addition, some new models of gas stoves are coming to the market soon.