Water treatment firm Goshu Kohsan starts Bangladesh journey

BTJ Desk Report
Water treatment firm Goshu Kohsan starts Bangladesh journey

Water and wastewater treatment management company Goshu Kohsan (Bangladesh) Co., Ltd. announced its launching in Bangladesh through a grand ceremony in the capital.

Environment, Forest and Climate Change Deputy Minister Ms. Habibun Nahar, MP graced the ceremony as “Chief Guest.”

Goshu Kohsan Co Ltd Vietnam general director and Goshu Kohsan Co Ltd Bangladesh chairman Hisato Takeda gave the welcome speech.

He said, ‘Today we are launching Goshu Kohsan Bangladesh Co Ltd and with the start of our business here, the number of countries that we’ll be operating in will increase from 5 to 6. Currently, many special economic zones are being planned in Bangladesh.”

“We hope that along with Japanese companies, other foreign companies will play a significant role in the call to achieve sustainable development goals, and in the field of water treatment we believe that we, Goshu Kohsan (Bangladesh) Co Ltd will be able to contribute to sustainable development,” he added.

The chief guest started her speech by describing the importance of water.

“Water is the most essential natural resource on Earth. Moreover, the impact of climate change in Bangladesh is an extremely crucial issue as this country is one of the most vulnerable nations that will be impacted by climate change in the coming decades,” she said.

However, the best and optimum use of water can fight the adverse effects of climate change. Efficient Treatment Plants eliminate germs and toxins from industrial wastewater and can thus ensure its reuse. If this is not done, rivers and oceans will be polluted and lives will be endangered, she added.

Goshu Kohsan (Bangladesh) Co Ltd is a local subsidiary of ‘Goshu Kohsan (Vietnam) Co Ltd’, which is a specialized business entity dedicated to contributing to global carbon emission by ensuring cleaner production as well as promoting environmentally friendly manufacturing activities.

The presence of Bangladesh Economic Zones Authority’s additional secretary and executive member Mohammed Erfan Sharif and DCCI former president Shams Mahmud as special guests glorified the ceremony more.

Prospective Japanese investors, distinguished government officials, representatives from the leading, industry, and business associations, and Japanese expatriates also attended the event. Bangladeshi consultancy firm Young Consultant’s Public Relations and Communication team successfully organized the ceremony.


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