Introduction to Business
Course code: BUS 101
Mr. Ariful Ghani
Faculty of Business
North South University
062 528 030
MD.Montasir Imran Khan
December 12, 2011
Mr. Ariful GhaniFaculty,
School of Business,
North South University.
Subject: Submission of Project on PRAN- RFL Group
The purpose of this letter is designed to let you know that I (BUS-101) in section 03 am inclined to do a project work which is a course requirement of the above stated course initial. Therefore, this letter seeks your earnest approval of the project paper submission which will determine the submission of my project work.
I am obliged to be asked for…show more content… The writer of the success is PRAN. ‘PRAN’ started its operation in 1981 as a processors fruit and vegetable in Bangladesh. Over the years, the company has not only grown in stature but also contributed significantly to the overall socio-economic development of the country. “PRAN” is currently one of the most admired food & beverages brand among the millions of people of Bangladesh and other 77 countries of the world where PRAN Products are regularly being exported. PRAN is currently producing more than
200 food products under 10 different categories i.e. Juices, Drinks, Mineral Water, Bakery,
Carbonated beverages, Snacks, Culinary, Confectionery, Biscuits & Dairy.
b. RFL Plastic Limited:
In plastic industry of Bangladesh, RFL is the pioneer to show how quality & branding can bring success. Commencing its operation in 2003, RFL is a nationally recognized brand in
Bangladesh for plastic, PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) and cast iron products. RFL Plastics, a subsidiary of RFL Industries, is the largest manufacturer of indoor and outdoor plastic products for domestic and export markets. Its 600,000 square feet (55,700 square meters) modern plastic manufacturing facility is located 30 miles (50 km) east of Dhaka (capital of
Bangladesh). The factory is fully equipped with state of the art injection molding, vacuum forming and blow molding machines with a conversion capacity of over 3,300 tons (3,000
MT) of resin per month. RFL currently utilizes 500