Reviving Nokia: A Boost to Bangladesh’s Mobile Industry

Nokia, a name synonymous with mobile innovation, is making a grand comeback in Bangladesh. Partnering with Salextra, Nokia has rekindled its manufacturing operations in the country, signaling a significant milestone for both the brand and the local mobile market.

Reviving Nokia: A Boost to Bangladesh's Mobile Industry

In a recent press release, it was announced that Salextra has erected a state-of-the-art mobile manufacturing facility in Tongi, Gazipur, spanning an impressive 53,715 square feet.

Reviving Nokia: A Boost to Bangladesh's Mobile Industry

This facility, already bustling with activity, is set to breathe new life into the iconic Nokia brand. What’s more, it’s not just about business; it’s about empowerment.

With a workforce of 400 individuals, 40% of whom are women, Nokia’s resurgence is also championing inclusivity and gender equality in the workplace.

The importance of this revival has not gone unnoticed by key stakeholders in Bangladesh. High-ranking officials from the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC), the National Board of Revenue (NBR), and UCB Bank have all paid visits to the factory, underlining the strategic significance of Nokia’s return.


Reviving Nokia: A Boost to Bangladesh's Mobile Industry

Ashraf Bin Taj, Chairman of the Board of Salextra Limited, has underscored the company’s unwavering commitment to delivering top-notch quality with every Nokia phone produced.

This dedication not only ensures customer satisfaction but also aligns with Bangladesh’s vision for robust growth in its mobile industry.

Reviving Nokia: A Boost to Bangladesh's Mobile Industry

As Nokia resumes its manufacturing operations in Bangladesh, it not only brings back a beloved brand but also injects vitality into the local economy and creates job opportunities for hundreds. With Salextra’s promise of quality and innovation, the future looks bright for Nokia and Bangladesh’s mobile industry as a whole.