LABIB GROUP is one of the leading Business Conglomerates in Bangladesh and it has been operating its business since 1999 and providing excellent quality products & services to its national & international Clients. It is a fast growing Group of Industries and since its inception, Labib Group has been moving forward successfully and extending its ventures from one after another. Currently it is involved in the businesses of Yarn Dyeing, Sweater, Telecom, Bank, Lease Finance, IT, Agro, Poultry, Fisheries, Packaging etc. and it has been running all its Business Concerns with good reputation, trust & credibility for last 20 years. It is an Export, Import & General Business Conglomerate and currently it is having a total of 14 Factories & Establishments in Bangladesh. It is playing very vital role for earning foreign exchange and creating opportunities for Employment in Bangladesh.learn more
Since 1999 labib Group Achieved impossible milestones bey the Substantial effort of the whole organization
TARNOVER PER YEAR
To serve the global community through human resource development and rendering service by producing and supplying best quality products.
To support and contribute to the national and international economy through sustainable business initiatives & growth for development of both government and private sectors.
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