Samsung Bangladesh Overview
Samsung is a global consumer electronics and telecommunication manufacturing company that was founded on 1 March 1938. The company has two manufacturing facilities in Bangladesh where they developed LED television, refrigerators, air conditions, and microwave. They collaborated with Transom Group and Fair Electronics for their manufacturing unit in Bangladesh.
The company manufactures 13 types of TV models for Bangladeshi customers. The plant produces more than 350 units per day. Their Bangladeshi head office is situated in Dhaka. The company started their operation in Bangladesh in 2009. They operate more than 130 brands stores and 1,000 semi-brand stores in the country in cities like Bagerhat, Bandarban, Bogra, Brahmanbria, Chittagong, Comilla, Dhaka, Gazipur, Gopalgonj, Habigonj, Jessore, Khulna, Narayanganj, and Tangail.
The company released a new Galaxy Note7 smartphone on 2 August 2016. Later they stopped the sale of smartphone and declared an informal smartphone recall due to their batteries and excessive heat issue. The company acquired the YESCO Electronics on 5 March 2015. Samsung controls more than 80 companies in multiple areas named as construction, consumer electronics, financial services, shipbuilding, and medical services. The company also shut down their streaming service in 2012. The acquired the SmartThings which was startup company in 2014.
The organization also controls several medical facilities named Samsung Seoul Hospital, Kangbook Samsung Hospital, Samsung Cancer Centre and Samsung Life Sciences Research Centre. The Samsung operates the world largest Cancer. The company also collaborated with Pfizer for research.