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Adamjee Jute Mills Limited

After partition of Pakistan and India, with the division of Bengal province, the East Pakistan section was left with over 40% of the World's Jute crop. In 1949 the Adamjees planned & setup a large Jute Factory with a capacity of 3,000 Looms to consume this massive crop production. This was to be the largest Jute mill of its kind in the world employing over 25,000 workers. To house these workers, a massive housing complex was established which later became known as "Adamjee Nagar".

 The Jute products produced in this mill was exported to over 50 Countries, thus earning a significant amount of Foreign Exchange for the country. This company eventually became the Flagship Company of the Group and a Land mark for Pakistan's Industrial Development. It was nationalized in 1971 with the formation of Bangladesh. Today it exists under the same name and is managed by Bangladesh Jute Mills Corporation, Government of Bangladesh.


 
The founding father of the Adamjee industrial group was not just a businessman, but also an avid educationist
 
The founding father of the Adamjee industrial group was not just a businessman, but also an avid educationist
As Jinnah and colleagues assembled in to Karachi from the 7th of august 1947 for the ceremonial occasion

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