Our Location

Office Address
Alekzan Bibi Mansion 104/1/A, West Dholaipar, Dhaka-1204

Factory Address
Kewatkhali, Dr. Road, Hasara Sreenagar, Munshiganj

About Us

‘Aash Bangladesh’ is a new company working on jute and jute-made products in Bangladesh. We have started this business in order to help the farmers involved with jute production and entrepreneurs who are making products using Jutes. Our motto is to make the country’s economy strong and help introduce jute to the whole world. Also, we want to contribute to reducing the pollution of the environment that is caused by plastics and other harmful particles by replacing them with Jutes.

Jute is a natural fiber that provides a ton of benefits to the environment. It can enhance the ecosystem of nature by balancing the overall factors that influence our environment. 

The worldwide awareness of saving the environment from damage has paved the way for using jute.

The world environment is becoming worse day by day because of so much pollution around us. One of the core reasons behind soil pollution is the excessive usage of plastics. All the products that are made from plastics are decreasing the fertility of the soil and making the environment polluted. 

Jute has many positive impacts on the environment. It is an environmentally-friendly fiber for many reasons. Also, the products made from jute are environment-friendly as they can easily mix with the soil after using the products. The root of jute can increase the fertility of the soil and the leaf and rootwork as natural pesticides which are free from side effects.

Cultivation of jute needs a small number of fertilizers and it leaves the roots and leaves that can increase the production of other crops.

Jute has become a rising economical aspect of Bangladesh over the last few years. During the 2020-21 economic year, Bangladesh earned 103 cores,56 lakhs, and 70 thousand dollars in the first 10 months which is 31% higher than the last year. So it is a promising sector for Bangladesh that can help to strengthen the economy. Currently, 65 percent of the market of jute and jute-made products is under the control of Bangladesh.