Honda’s flagship motorcycles handed over to SSF

Staff Correspondent | Published: 02:10, Feb 18,2020


Bangladesh Honda Private Limited managing director and CEO Himihiko Katsuki hands over the keys of two 1800CC motorcycles to Special Security Force director general Major General Md Majibur Rahman at a function at the Prime Minister’s Office in the presence of prime minister Sheikh Hasina Monday morning. — BSS photo

Bangladesh Honda Private Limited, Honda’s joint venture with Bangladesh Steel and Engineering Corporation, on Monday handed over two units of GL1800 Goldwing (1800CC) motorcycles to Special Security Force in presence of prime minister Sheikh Hasina at the prime minister’s office.

The world’s most advanced motorcycles were presented as symbols of collaboration between the Government of Bangladesh and Honda in the endeavour of improving road safety in Bangladesh, said a press release.

The ceremony was attended by, among others, industries minister Nurul Majid Mahmud Humayun, ambassador extraordinary plenipotentiary of the Embassy of Japan in Bangladesh Naoki Ito, cabinet secretary Khandker Anwarul Islam, PMO principal secretary Ahmad Kaikaus, Bangladesh Economic Zones Authority executive chairman Paban Chowdhury, SSF director general Major General Md Majibur Rahman.

Taking a customer-oriented approach, Bangladesh Honda Private Limited is expanding its motorcycle business in Bangladesh by delivering products that meet customers’ needs in the growing market and it is one of the fastest growing company in the industry.

Honda, along with its partner BSEC under the industries ministry, has invested a total of Tk 3.6 billion on buildings, equipment, facilities, and a land area of 25 acres for the new factory at Abdul Monem Economic Zone in Munshiganj.

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