Who Are We?
Cosmos Group’s activities range from media to mining, be it in Oil & Gas, Power, or renewable; Cosmos Group has been at the forefront of energy development.
To be a respected organization through employee, customer and community care.
Code of Conduct
Records have proven that Arab and Chinese traders plying the southern Silk Route, and trading at the port as early as the 9th century. The people of Chittagong are recognized for their enterprising, yet understated manner with regards to trade and commerce.
How Can We Help
Cosmos Group is a one-stop, in-country service provider.
CES was the first Independent Captive Power Producer in the country. They are also involved in operation and management of power plants, substations, transmission lines and supply of power transformers, switchgear, conductor and major electrical equipment.
CES is one of the leading companies involved in the industry in Bangladesh. They have earned the distinction of being the only private sector company to have undertaken petroleum geology and reservoir study on the acreage in exploration blocks of Bangladesh.
Cosmos Instrumentation serves gas fields, refineries, fertilizer plants, gas process plants, power plants, metering stations, and chemicals industries such as valve, measurement, analytical and control equipment to complete integrated solutions for industries.
Cosmos Group’s sister concern, United News of Bangladesh (UNB), is South Asia’s first digitalized wire service, which runs a 24-hour news portal. Founded in 1988, UNB is the first fully digitalized private sector wire service in South Asia. UNB traditionally drew its subscriber base from the print media.
Why choose us
Records have proven that Arab and Chinese traders plying the southern Silk Route, and trading at the port as early as the 9th century. The people of Chittagong are recognized for their enterprising, yet understated manner with regards to trade and commerce. The instinct for business coupled with the desire to excel has been passed down through generations of the ‘Chadtgaiya’ entrepreneurial class.
Amanat Khan was a prominent member of Chittagong society. His philanthropic activities in the education sector appointed him as one of the first Indians as a member of the Legislative Assembly under the British, despite being of the independence-minded Swaraj Party.
An active trader by the standards of the market, he also maintained strong interests in the shipping industry as well.
News & Update
The Cosmos Dialogue titled “Domestic, Regional and International Dimensions of Rohingya issues: Dealing with a Man-made crisis” was held at […]
Dr Iftekhar Ahmed Chowdhury presenting the keynote address at the 2nd Cosmos Dialogue held at Cosmos Centre, Dhaka
Speakers at the 2nd Cosmos Dialogue on ‘South Asia in the Contemporary World’ in the city struck a defiant tone […]
‘Growth needs to be ecologically sound’ says keynote speaker at Cosmos Dialogue Dhaka, Feb 19 (UNB) – Bangladesh must build […]