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LUB’s annual dealer’s confce held

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Business Desk :
Annual Dealer Conference of National LUB, a product of Max Group's sister concern Lub House Industries Limited, was held on Thursday. More than two hundred dealers from the country participated in the conference held at a hotel in the capital.
Executive Director and CEO, Industrial Division of MAX Group Kazi Yaminur Rashid Turjo attended the conference as the chief guest.
Turjo said MAX Group is a well reputed group of companies in Bangladesh and its concern LUB House Industries Limited is doing business for more than 18 years with well reputation and marketing its product National LUB maintaining the highest quality.
He also said that dealers across the country are the strength of National LUBs business and we are definitely working for the benefit of dealers and will do whatever it takes for the dealers.
"We believe that we are not just doing business but working for the welfare of the people of the country. So, we hope for getting cooperation from our dealers as always," he added.
Dealers said in their speeches that they are getting good responses from consumers after using National LUB Products and maintaining the best quality of all types of vehicles, its market is growing bigger day by day.
The programme was ended with raffle draws and pleasant cultural events.

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