Contact Memoir Company

Head Office Contact Memoir Company Limited:

Al-Modina Super Markt (1st Floor), Bandartila, EPZ, Chattogram, Bangladesh. E-mail :, Mobile : 01862636189

Branch Office Contact Memoir Company Limited:

Freeport, EPZ, Chattogram, Bangladesh.

Supply Department:

We supply any product and service to any company or any person as your requirement in domestics and international. 100% Honest supply to your company. Please your requirement to facebook , More info

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Technical Department:

We are pleased to inform you that, we are a Ships required A-Z repairer.

So, If have any marine problem in your good vessel than, please knock us.

We promise you that, we will arrange to solve any problem the very best & by delivering with very good items.

Sir, if you need any Sludge & Garbage disposal.

Possible Export to any country in any port.

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Garments Department:

We export any garment item as your requirement.  We can give any item as you like.


Others information:

Exports are goods and services that are produced in one country and sold to buyers in another. Exports, along with imports, make up international trade. We try Instead of confining itself within its geographical borders, countries often intentionally seek external markets around the world for commerce, allowing greater revenue and transactional opportunities.

Understanding Exports:
Exports are incredibly important to modern economies because they offer people and firms many more markets for their goods. One of the core functions of diplomacy and foreign policy between governments is to foster economic trade, encouraging exports and imports for the benefit of all trading parties.

Export agreements are often heavily strategic, with countries exchanging agreements to ensure their own country can not only receive the goods they need via export but can distribute goods for more domestic revenue via imports. Also, consider how governments may use exports as leverage over political situations. In response to the war in Ukraine, the White House issued an executive order prohibiting both the importation and exportation of certain goods from Russia.