As a part
of our Company's commitment to the society we Endeavour to
support the locality we work in by enriching its environment
and uplifting the living condition of its people.
James Finlay, a 250 year old scottish
company, ventured in India to plant tea in the later half of 19th
century. They laid the foundation to develop tea in this part of
the world. The tea companies which were owned by Finlays in
Bangladesh are known by the names "The Consolidated Tea & Lands
Co. (Bangladesh) Limited (Consol), and Baraoora (Sylhet) Tea
Company Limited (Baraoora).
Consol: The Company’s origins date
back to 1882 with the incorporation in the UK of the North
Sylhet Tea Co. Limited and the South Sylhet Tea Co. Limited.
Baraoora: The Company was first
incorporated in England in 1897. The Hart Family maintained a
significant shareholding throughout the first half of the
twentieth century although by 1983 James Finlay had also
acquired a significant stake in the Company.
which are sold in the auctions, are packed in Poly Propylene Woven bags
at 55 kilo net weight. Multi walled Paper sacks are also used for
exporting tea to UK and Other countries in Europe at a net packing
ranging between 55 kilo to 65 kilo depending on the grade of tea packed.