Company Name: B.A.P.C & TRADING PVT LTD
Address: Okaasaa / S.Hithadhoo
Registration No: C-203/2004
Registered Date: 06th May 2004
Initially our construction business was an investment registered to Mohamed Abdullah (Kulhithulhaage/S.Hithadhoo) on 14th October 1998 and the name B.A.P Construction was a representative name given to the above mentioned investment from Ministry of Trade and Industries. The registration number of the investment was LI–98/90 and the main line of business was Building Construction.
In May 2004, B.A.P.C & TRADING PVT LTD (details given above) was registered with two shareholders [Mohamed Abdulla / Okaasaa– S.Hithadhoo & Sameeha Ibrahim / Okaasaa – S.Hithadhoo]. The share capital of the company is Maldivian Ruﬁyaa 900,000.00. The aims of this company are as follows:-
1- Building Construction (main line of business) 2- Trading
3- Import and Export
4- Providing Security Surveillance 5- Contact works
6- Environment Protection works 7- Organising social activities.
And the numbers of permanent staff currently employed (including board of directors) is 60 as follows:
General Manager 01
Project Manager 01
Site Supervisor 04
Bar bender 02
Dhoni Captain 04
Purchasing Ofﬁcer 01
Sales Manager 02
Sales Asst. 06
Main Lines of Business
CONSTRUCTION – 1998
The company’s main business is construction related to any ﬁeld. Whether, its construction of building in land or construction work in marine areas or any other, the most important work carried out is construction.
BAPC BUILDING BLOCKS – 2004
Hollow concrete blocks easier to place and also confer economics in foundation cost and consumption of cement. The advantages of uniform quality, faster speed of construction, lower labour involvement and longer durability. In view of these advantages, hollow concrete blocks are being used in construction activities. We always use latest machineries and equipment to make sure that the bricks are up to high standard in Quality. Our trained staff and supervisors make sure that the mixing ratio is maintained properly in order to the best in result.
BAPC CARPENTRY – 2006
BAPC Carpentry is Addoo-based carpentry and Construction Company with a special skilled labour hire division. Our team of master tradesmen specialise in detailed, high-quality ﬁnishes and sturdy workmanship. We offer bespoke design solutions for both residential and commercial developments.
BAPC INDUSTRIAL FISHERIES – 2010
Maldives is renowned as one of the most exotic tourist destinations in the world. It is no wonder that Maldives tops the list of the most exclusive Sun-Sea-Sand hideouts in the globe. However, less known it is to the outside world, that the ‘Sea’ component denotes the means for lifeblood in this island nation as far back as 10 BC. BAPC Industrial Fisheries, the pioneer and leading force in the Maldivian ﬁsheries industry commenced its operation with over 5 years of expertise as a processor of tuna, on September 2010. Today the Company boasts of 5 years of experience and knowledgebase of the industry, through which it leads and contributes to shaping the future of this promising industry. Industry committed for traditional line & poll ﬁsheries (1 hook 1 ﬁsh), every single catch of Maldives Tuna is MSC certiﬁed.
BAPC ALUMINIUM – 2011
BAPCAluminum is now well established under BAPC & TRADING PVT. LTD, in Maldives. BAPC Aluminum is engaged in fabricating of Aluminum doors, windows, curtain wall etc. BAPC Aluminum also undertakes installation of aluminum cladding, IDEABOND composite panels and other aluminum products in accordance with the designs and concepts of consultants. BAPC Aluminum has expanded its fabrication facilities with the latest machineries and is well positioned to market its products beyond its present client base. Over a decade the Company is meeting the agreed delivery dates, and executing the custom work exactly in accordance with the customer’s concept and providing the round the clock after sales services to the customer. The focus of this business plan is to identify its future target clients, explaining its marketing strategy, and to improve its internal procedures so that it can substantially increase proﬁtability.
BPAC BUILDWARE – 2013
With the start of construction business, BAPC has been importing a variety of materials from abroad for all its projects in order to beneﬁt from the lower costs. Whilst doing so, the management decided to provide this beneﬁt to the community as well, by opening up a buildware outlet and providing buildware materials at lower prices to the public.