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SGS conducts tree plantation at Bhomra landport
FE Report
9/12/2005
 

          As a part of the SGS commitment and its long-term strategy to development in Bangladesh, SGS SA recently planted over 400 trees at the customs border station at Bhomra.
Bhomra is a busy border station handling imports from India and spans over 3.5 acres of land.
The new tree plantation will add significantly to the beautification of the existing predominantly barren site.
The tree-planting programme was concluded at a joint ceremony held recently by the customs authorities and SGS.
The trees planted include mango, jackfruit, coconut, beetle nut and 200 mahogany trees.

 

 
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