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Walton Hi-Tech Industries Ltd. (Walton HIL) is the one and only Bangladeshi manufacturer of multi-staged Refrigerator, Freezer, Air Conditioner, Television and Motorcycle technology. R. B. GROUP (Business Conglomerate) is one of the top business groups in the country operating with a great reputation since 1977. Walton has become a sensation in the arena of Electrical, Electronics, and Automobile & Home Appliances industries and is signified as one of the top manufacturing plant in Bangladesh and South Asia. Walton is manufacturing every product with latest technology, innovative design, excellent quality and a wide range of models & capacities. The main products of Walton are; (1) Motorcycle (2) Refrigerator & Freezer (3) Air Conditioner (4) Mobile Phone (5) Television (3D LED, Smart TV, LED, LCD, CRT) (6) DVD Player (7) Microwave Oven & Steam Oven, (8) Washing Machine (9) Iron (10) Domestic and Industrial Generator & (11) Various kinds of home appliances (Blender, Juicer, Grinder, Rice & Pressure Cooker, Washing Machine, Electric Kettle, Induction Cooker, Sewing Machine, Hair Dryer) etc. Walton Hi-Tech Industries Ltd. and other sister concerns are furnished with a strong Research and Development (R&D) division comprising a large team of 12000 accomplished employees and 600 plus highly skilled dedicated engineers & technical personnel from home and abroad. Walton HIL has a fully equipped industrial set-up with annual production capacity of 1.4 million Refrigerators and Freezers, 0.3 million Motorcycles, 0.3 million Air Conditioners, 1.0 million Televisions (3D, LED, LCD, CRT). Walton has its own Mold & Die making sections, VMC, CNC Wire-Cut, EDM machines, 08 Poly Urethane Foaming Plants, 15 Thermoforming (Vacuum forming) Units; highly equipped Metal Forming Units with Powder Coating, 3D Scanner & Printers, Nickel-Chrome Plants and Die-Casting Sections. Walton also has robot operated Injection Plastic Molding Plants, highly equipped Test Labs, Printing & Packaging Sections, Alloy Wheel Making & ED Coating Plants, Seam Tubes, Seat Foaming & Silencer Plants, Nitrogen & Electricity Generating Plants. Walton also has a strong & rigid Quality Control (QC) policy and well equipped QC division which consists of all types of testing devices as required including world’s latest CMM. Walton has Nationwide Retail Outlets & Service Network Points. Walton has bagged various International Standardization Certificates i.e. ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and ISO 9001:2008 for Service Network Points. The products of the company have acquired a significant local market share and are also being exported globally for standard quality and customer satisfaction. Walton sets its vision to take a place among the top Electronics, Automobiles, and Telecommunication Industries in the world by 2015. So finally Walton has intensely proved that Made in Bangladesh is the mark of ultimate confidence.

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