Bangladesh straddles the Bay of Bengal in south Asia. To the west and north it is bounded by India; to the southeast, it borders Myanmar. The topography is predominantly a low-lying floodplain. About half the total area is actively delta and is prone to flooding in the monsoon season from May through September. The Ganges River flows into the country from the northwest, while the Brahmaputra river enters from the north. The capital city, Dhaka, is near the point where those river systems meet. The land is suitable for rice cultivation.
Modern Bangladesh emerged as an independent nation in 1971 after breaking away and achieving independence from Pakistan in the Bangladesh liberation war. The country's borders coincide with the major portion of the ancient and historic region of Bengal in the eastern part of the Indian subcontinent, where civilisation dates back over four millennia to the Chalcolithic. The history of the region is closely intertwined with the history of Bengal and that’s of India.
Bangladesh has formally joined China’s The Belt and Road initiative and has elevated its bilateral relationship with china to strategic partnership agreeing to co-operate in all regional and international issue.
China’s role in strengthening Bangladesh’s infrastructure dates back to the 1980s, when it helped build the first Bangladesh-China Friendship Bridge, and seven more such bridges have followed since.
NFLG has entered into Bangladesh since year 2004, to help ABC build set up its first concrete mixing plant In Dhaka City. So far, the plant has been working more than 13 years in Dhaka city.
In year 2012 NFLG helped MI cement set up it’s 1st plant in Dhaka city, it’s also the first concrete plant with automatic control system in Bangladesh
And this year, additional two concrete plant haven been set up in Dhaka and in Chittagong,
Believe in the near future, more and more NFLG plant will be put into use in Bangladesh.