Walton Hi-Tech Industries
Walton has honoured 47 individuals and enterprises with the "Branding Heroes Award" as recognition of their contribution to the company's sales growth through creative branding at the grassroots levels under digital campaigns. Also read: Walton brings interactive display with 4K resolution Twenty-one Walton and Marcel distributors and Walton Plazas were awarded for their contribution to the sales growth. Also, 26 employees were honoured in different categories for their outstanding performance in branding activities, sales, sales growth, collection, collection growth and receivable growth. Walton Hi-Tech Managing Director and CEO Golam Murshed handed over the crests, certificates and crowns to the "Branding Heroes" awardees of Walton and Marcel brands in Dhaka Wednesday, according to a media statement. Also read: Walton CEO asks co-workers to save electricity
Walton increased its export of electronics products from $1.4 million to $14 million amid the pandemic, Golam Murshed, managing director and chief executive officer of Walton Hi-Tech Industries, said Sunday. Murshed was addressing the closing ceremony of the 5th International Conference of Business and Economics at a city hotel. READ: Walton launches new soundbars Organised by the Faculty of Business Studies of the University of Dhaka, the theme of the conference was "Business and Economy in the New-normal Landscape," according to a media statement. Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni was present as the chief guest at the programme. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's Private Industry and Investment Adviser Salman F Rahman attended it as the guest of honour. READ: 'Walton ahead of others in protecting ozone layer'
Walton signed an agreement with the Department of Environment (DoE) Sunday at the event titled "HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan Stage II" project in the capital. DoE Director General Md Ashraf Uddin and Walton Hi-Tech Industries Managing Director Golam Murshed signed the deal. Read Walton launches 3 new desktop PC series Golam Murshed said, "We know that chlorofluorocarbon gas is harmful to the environment. Thanks to the DoE and the UNDP for taking the initiative to cut the use and emission of this gas. We will do our best to implement the HCFC phase-out project successfully." "Earlier, Walton implemented the world's first HFC phase-out project with the support of the DoE and the UNDP. Under this project, eco-friendly HC-600a (isobutene) refrigerant is being used instead of HFC-134a refrigerant in refrigerators and compressors. The successful implementation of the project has reduced the annual emissions of about 230 metric tonnes of HFC gas into the atmosphere," he added. Read Walton Plaza inks deal with Walcart To phase out the production of ozone-depleting substances in AC manufacturing, the DoE undertook the "HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (HPMP) Stage-II" with support from the UNDP. Walton Hi-Tech Industries and five other enterprises took part in the two-year project to completely phase out the production of HCFC refrigerants. Read Walton TV gets good response in Romania Under the project, Walton will implement technology conversion of R-22 refrigerant to the environmentally friendly R-290 and R-32 refrigerants in its two production lines for ACs. The implementation of this new project will further reduce the emission of ozone-depleting potential substances by about 12.22 tonnes, according to a media statement. Read Walton Primo ZX4 Review with Price in Bangladesh
Walton has crossed its export volume of 2020 in the first three months of the current year with "Made in Bangladesh" products even amid the Covid-19 pandemic. "The huge export volume of Walton in the time of the pandemic conveys the message that we are on the right path of having a strong base in the global market," Walton Hi-Tech Industries Director SM Mahbubul Alam said. Read Walton AC records 450% sales growth during Jan-April Walton international business unit (IBU) President Edward Kim said: "We want to export Walton products worth Tk10 billion by 2024." Walton Hi-Tech Industries Chairman SM Nurul Alam Rezvi said: "We had a dream that Walton products would represent Bangladesh in the global market. And I believe Walton will become one of the top global brands with its continuous export growth." Read Walton brings new smart fridge with IoT, AI functionalities To celebrate its recent success, the company arranged a programme in the capital Tuesday where 10 Walton IBU officials received an award. The ten awardees were deputy executive directors Abdur Rouf, Roqibul Islam, Syed Al Imran and Tauseef Al Mahmud, Senior Operative Director Sheikh Mohammad Tanvir Hossain, first senior deputy directors Aminul Islam, Talelul Arifin Nadhvi and Ibna Jabel, Deputy Assistant Director Mohammad Sajib and First Senior Assistant Director Rafiqul Islam. Read Huawei posts 3.8% growth in 2020
Bangladeshi electronics giant Walton is going to export refrigerators, air conditioners, home and electric appliances, laptops, and mobile phones to West Africa's Mali and Senegal. Simpara Group, which has extensive business networks in Mali and Senegal, will sell Walton products in the countries. A memorandum of understanding was signed between Walton and Simpara in Dhaka on Tuesday in this connection. Simpara Managing Director Mamadou DIT N'fa Simpara and Walton International Business Unit President Edward Kim inked the deal. Also read: 'Walton Day' celebrated On Sunday, Mamadou Simpara visited the Walton factory in Gazipur's at Chandra. During the visit, he toured Walton's refrigerator manufacturing, metal casting, compressor, air conditioner, television, SMT production, PCB, computer, washing machine, mobile phone and home and kitchen appliance manufacturing processes. Best Walton TVs with Excange Offers Mamadou said: "Walton is a versatile company – based entirely on technology. I am fascinated by the attractive installation of the factory and the production process of various products." "Before coming to Bangladesh, I learned a lot about Walton through the internet. I was really surprised to see the Walton factory first hand." Also read: Walton, BUET to work together on research "There is a demand for all kinds of electronics products in Africa. I believe not only Mali, but Walton products will also one day spread across the African continent," Mamadou said. Walton Hi-Tech Industries Director Nishat Tasnim said, "We are exporting products to more than 40 countries. Extensive work is underway to accelerate our export activities. Also, the new business agreement has created opportunities for the large-scale export of Walton products to Africa." Edward said, "There are many emerging economies in Africa now. So, we have an aggressive export plan for the whole of Africa. The new deal will help accelerate that plan." Read Walton Home Appliance & Electronics Products can make your life convenient
Walton Hi-Tech Industries (WHIL) is going to be listed in the capital market with a very high Earnings Per Share (EPS) recorded during the Initial Public Offering (IPO).