Engr. Ghulam M Alomgir Selected as a Keynote speaker of FOBANA Business Power Lunch. Mr Ghulam Mohammed Alomgir is the Chairman of Max group (http://www.maxgroup-bd.com/). He will be speaking about the Collaborative Approach: Investment in Bangladesh. was born on 1st January 1955 in Noakhali, Bangladesh. He had graduated in Mechanical Engineering in 1977 from the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). Right after graduation, he had joined a French company in the Oil and Gas industry in United Arab Emirates (UAE) and served successfully for five years. He had the burning desire to emerge as an industrialist, with an intention to fulfill his dream and contributing towards the economy of Bangladesh he came back to Bangladesh. In the year 1983, Mr. Alomgir registered AFA Steel Industries Limited along with Max Automobile Products Limited now renamed as Max Infrastructure Limited.
Over the years, MAX has established manufacturing facilities for stainless steel crockery and pipes, lubricating oil blending, most of the railway track fittings including prestressed concrete sleeper etc. MAX became the leading EPC (Engineering, Procurement & Construction) company for infrastructure development of Bangladesh especially for the construction of Railway track, Bridge, Flyover and development of power plants.
During 2010, MAX endeavored its first power plant of 78.50 MW that is running successfully. MAX has attained simple cycle COD of 163 MW combined cycle power plant and combined cycle COD is expected during December 2017. MAX is engaged in developing power plants as sponsor and implementation as EPC. MAX is executing ‘Construction of dual gauge double rail line and conversion of existing rail line into dual gauge between Akhaura and Laksam’, a project of Bangladesh Railway, 72.00 km new railway track with a contract value of USD 445 million and ‘Construction of Flyover at Muradpur, Gate No. 2 & GEC Junction, Chittagong’, a project of Chittagong Development Authority (CDA), 6.30 km, with a contract value of USD 81 million.
MAX Chairman himself is an NRB from last 37 years having business in Dubai but mainly in Dhaka. He established NRB Global Bank as a founder director. Currently, about 50 branches of NRB Global Bank is operating in Bangladesh and owned by NRB shareholders.