Rupali Haque Chowdhury, managing director of Berger Paints Bangladesh Limited (BPBL), has been featured in 2023’s first issue of TIME! In the featured content, the country's first female multinational MD shed some light on the growth of Bangladesh's paints industry and Berger's role as the market leader.
Berger has always been a pioneer in bringing many ground breaking innovations to Bangladesh’s paint market that have shaped the entire painting industry over the years.
As Managing Director of the company, Rupali Chowdhury has been significantly contributing to Berger’s and the entire industry’s magnificent accomplishments since 2008.
And now, she earned this incredible achievement as a business leader - to be featured in a magazine as prestigious as TIME.
The paint industry in Bangladesh is growing at a healthy rate, and Berger Paints Bangladesh is at the forefront of this growth, offering a wide range of high-quality and environmentally friendly paint products.
Berger invests heavily in the market and collaborates with international companies through Joint Ventures, such as Berger Fosroc, a British manufacturer of specialised construction chemicals, and Berger Becker, a Swedish company that is the world's leading supplier of coil coatings and industrial paints.
Moreover, they are also collaborating with ABB France for factory automation of the 3rd Berger Paints factory in the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Shilpa Nagar Economic Zone.
The commitment to excellence has attracted the attention of international investors who recognise the potential of the company, the country as a whole.
In this regard, Rupali Chowdhury, managing director of Berger Paints Bangladesh Limited, said "Being featured in the prestigious TIME Magazine comes as an incredibly proud and humbling moment for me. This publication provided me with the opportunity to share our experience with the Bangladesh paint industry and Berger's efforts to move this industry forward with the rest of the world. I believe that this feature will be instrumental in gaining the confidence of foreign investors to invest in other sectors of our country as well."