National Geographic’s “Superfactories” Will Feature Walton on February 26th


Today National Geographic Channel’s documentary series “Superfactories.” is going to feature a Bangladeshi conglomerate, The Walton Group. The documentary will provide viewers an inside look at the production operations and success story of Bangladesh’s electronics and IT giant. 

The program showing Walton’s state-of-the-art factory in Gazipur will be aired today, February 26, at 8:30 p.m. Those who have a Dish connection of Bangladesh Cable Operator and DTH users can watch the 44-minute documentary on the channel. The show will also show Walton’s wish to assist Bangladesh become a manufacturing centre for electronics and technology products, while branding the tagline “Made in Bangladesh.”

According to Walton’s “Vision: Go Global,” after fulfilling the local demand, the company is now exporting its products to a number of other places.

Walton’s Chief Marketing Officer Mohammad Firoj Alam said: Walton has become a catalyst in the economic development of Bangladesh. Walton is representing Bangladesh in the global arena in the fields of engineering and technological advancement. In this documentary, we wanted to share our success story with the audience at home and abroad. We believe the world will witness a new Bangladesh rich in electronics and technology through the program which will assist to achieve the target of Walton’s ‘Vision Go Global’, meaning becoming one of the top global brands by 2030.

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