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Energy works wonders

Article - November 13, 2012
With origins dating back 30 years, Energypac is today the largest power engineering company in Bangladesh and unrivaled leader in the local market
Bangladesh’s population of 160 million and growing, coupled with the country’s booming economy are creating ever-increasing demands on the power sector. That Bangladesh needs more energy is clear, and of the various power companies operating in the country, perhaps the greatest load of responsibility rests with the biggest one: Energypac.

“It is a very big challenge for the country. When there is a challenge, there is an opportunity. We have to address this opportunity,” claims Humayun Rashid, Managing Director of Energypac. “As a local company, we have a lot of experience in terms of the culture, the way of working, licensing and environmental issues.”

Nevertheless, in order to meet the rising demand, Energypac cannot do it alone. Mr. Rashid explains: “We need a lot of foreign investment for large power infrastructure projects and in order to address environmental issues. As a local company, we can address these things if we get foreign joint ventures and international companies experienced in working overseas. We can provide our local support.”

The biggest local and foreign names in the corporate, residential and commercial sectors rank among Energypac’s customers. In fact Energypac has already provided solutions for around 300 companies in Bangladesh – supporting a vast range of sectors such as garments and textiles, plastics, pharmaceuticals, cold storage, construction, cement and steel manufacturing.

We need a lot of foreign investment for large power infrastructure projects.

Humayun Rashid,
Managing Director
of Energypac

The focus of Energypac is spread from power generation to power transmission and distribution. Providing a wide range of products from substations to transformers to circuit breakers and control and relay panels, Energypac provides the best for the best, with 24-hour customer support for immediate response. The company has been working with both the public and private sectors to create an environment of trust in providing efficient and reliable services in different sectors, which has enabled it to grow an international presence in India, Nepal, Sudan, and Yemen, among others.

Energypac understands that though power generation is necessary there must be environmental awareness. “We are committed to environmental issues. We always work on energy efficient power plants. We understand that energy efficiency means more profits. You can sell energy, and if you can sell more, you are earning more money for the company. We design any power plants taking this into account,” says the MD.

Keeping the motto  “Energy works wonder” in mind, Energypac is committed to bringing wonder into the lives of its customers with the most advanced technology and the least power consumption. Thus it has also ventured into bringing energy saving and lighting solutions by manufacturing and bringing international brands to the local market.

Energypac is known for its ability to deliver. Although the majority of the company’s projects are either turnkey or time-bound, in actuality it is its planning implementation that has made it stand out over the years. The company’s financial health has also ensured quality services at an international standard, while an impressive team and dynamic leadership have guaranteed success.

Mr. Rashid says that Energypac can be a key ally for any potential investor looking to make a profit in Bangladesh. “If they consider Energypac to be a local partner, we will make sure we add value. We will make sure that the right technology is being employed and that foreign investors’ make a profit because we believe energy works wonders.”


Md. A. Samad(sr. sales & service Engineer; CMMH)
21/11/2012  |  0:23
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feeling proud being a member of energypac family

Farid Hossain
21/11/2012  |  2:08
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I feel proud to be a member of Energypac family.
I hope Energypac will lead to the Global energy shortly.

Farid Hossain
Engineer, BMU

21/11/2012  |  8:29
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Its a great pleasant Surprise for ENERGYPAC family and Bangladeshi also..