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Energypac hits market with LP G-Gas

| Updated: October 24, 2017 17:33:39


Energypac hits market with G-Gas

Energypac has hit the market with liquefied natural (LP) G-Gas aiming to meet the growing fuel demand in Bangladesh.

It promises uninterrupted supply at all households, hotels, restaurants and industrial establishments, said the country’s leading energy company in a statement on Wednesday.

The company has set up 12 distribution hubs and over 300 distributors nation-wide initially and seeks to provide LP gas services on the door steps of every customer gradually.

Energypac has installed 3000 metric tons (MT) of LP gas storage capacity in Dacope sub-district under Khulna and the installation of 2000 more MTs storage capacity is in the process now.

In addition, the concern has built consolidated Cylinder manufacturing factories at the same premises with the monthly production capacity of over 0.1 million 12kg cylinder.

At present, Energypac has half a million of 12 kg cylinders with a substantial quantity of 35kg & 45kg cylinder.

In manufacturing and bottling, it is using the world class technology under the expert supervision of ROKTEK, Turkey and Sigara, France.

It is also ensuring that American Standard specifications be maintained along with the standard thickness that can further assure the most optimal levels of safety.

From the production of gas till its delivery to the consumers’ doorsteps, the company says it adheres to international LPG policies and the policies of Bangladesh’s Department of Explosives all the time.

Staying true to the slogan, “Stay Well, Keep Well”, Energypac is reaching out its G-Gas to the regular people at even the most remote corners in the country.

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