Akij Job Circular 2021 Has been published by the Authority and their Official website – www.akijbiri.com. The Biri Factory job circular is the largest and most popular Company job in Bangladesh. We have also published all job circulars on my website – chakrirmela.com. Akij Biri Factory Ltd ABFL Job Circular has been published on 20 September 2021 and Application Last Date 30 September 2021. Minimum SSC/HSC/Graduate and Degree Passed Students Can Apply for this ABFL Job Circular 2021.
ABFL New Job Circular 2021
Today we have also published the ABFL job circular 2021. This is a Private Company Job Circular in Bangladesh on my website-Chakrir Mela. This is one of the best and very attractive company job circular 2021. All interested candidates can apply for the ABFL job circular 2021. Akij Biri Factory Limited ABFL Offers some new vacancies in this post. If you want to Apply for this Circular Visit their official website and Our popular website – www.chakrirmela.com.
Akij Biri Factory Limited Jobs Summary
- Organization Name: Akij Biri Factory Limited
- Published Date: 20 September 2021
- Post of Name: See The Original Circular
- Job Type: Company Jobs
- Age Limit: See The Original Circular
- Job Nature: Full-time
- Source: The Daily Prothom-Alo
- Salary: See The Original Circular
- Official Website: www.akijbiri.com
- Last Date: 30 September 2021
- Location: Anywhere Bangladesh
ABFL Job Circular 2021
Akij Biri Factory Limited Jon Notice 2021
ABFL Job Circular for the new post. you have to visit their official website. You can Also download ABFL Jobs Circular Apply Form here. Good news perfect Time published ABFL Circular last date See inside details. If you also want to get a job to keep reading below. If you want to apply Akij Biri Factory Ltd Job circular. You have to send your cv To their address. For the next update about Akij Biri Ltd jobs Notice, Exam result, Exam date, and new ABFL job circular, etc stay with us.
Akij Biri Factory Limited
Akij Group is the largest Bangladeshi industrial conglomerate. The industries under this conglomerate include textiles, tobacco, food & beverage, cement, ceramics, printing and packaging, pharmaceuticals, consumer products, etc. In 2009, Akij Group paid 390 million euros in tax, making it the biggest local tax-payer, contributing two percent to this nation’s entire budget. Akij also provides services in healthcare, information, and communication technology. Its turnover in 2009 was 89 billion Taka. Akij Group was established in the 1940s by industrialist Sheikh Akijuddin as a jute trading business, before moving into cigarettes and other areas of business. It has faced criticism for employing child workers.