Profile Sheet Description and Types of Sheet
Profile Sheet Description and Types of Sheet

Profile Sheet Description and Types of Sheet

Profile Sheet Description

Profile Sheet Description – Supply of colour coated zinc alum 0.47 mm & width 820 mm Blue Color thick Profile Sheet for Roof witn lapping.

  • Prepainted Corrugated Galvanized Steel Sheet (Roofing Sheet)
  • Thickness: 0.13mm-0.5mm
  • Width: 750mm-914mm
  • Zinc coating: 60g/m2-120g/m2
  • Origin: China
  • Color: As client demand
  • Warranty Period: 05 years(as site condition)
  • Bluescope Roof and Wall sheets are manufactured from zinc/ aluminum alloy coated high tensile steel.
  • Thickness: 0.35 / 0.45 / 0.50 / 0.60
  • Width: Nominal 1015 mm
  • Zinc coating: 80g/m2-120g/m2
  • Origin: Australia
  • Color: As client demand
  • Warranty Period: 10 years(as site condition)
  • CYSCO Roof and Wall sheets are manufactured from zinc/ aluminum alloy coated high tensile steel.
  • Thickness: 0.35 / 0.45 / 0.50 / 0.60
  • Width: Nominal 1015 mm
  • Zinc coating: 60g/m2-120g/m2
  • Origin: Taiwan
  • Color: As client demand
  • Warranty Period: 10 years(as site condition)
  • Insulation ( Double Air bauble ), Thickness: 10mm
  • Insulation ( Single Air bauble )
  • Thickness : 06mm
  • Insulation ( Glass wool )
  • Transportation
  • Profile Sheet is important

Role of NGOs and grassroots organizations

In its vision to create a Digital Bangladesh, the government has to recognize that NGOs and grassroots organizations are a critical stakeholder. Development of telecommunication infrastructure is almost meaningless if there are not adequate locally relevant content to pass through it. Knowledge has to be disseminated in Bangla, sometimes distilled in a format that is easily accessible and comprehensible. These are critical tasks for the creation of a Digital Bangladesh, which some NGOs such as D.Net and Amader Gram already have a head-start in. Another critical function of NGOs is to serve as watchdogs of the government and to voice demands from citizens about ICT-based services and relevant policies. In that light, the government should seriously consider partnering up with relevant NGOs for joint planning and execution of ICT-based initiatives rather than treat them as adversaries or competitors.

Role of the private sector

The sooner the government realizes fully that creation of Digital Bangladesh is very much a collaborative effort, where the private sector is a key player, the better. There have been past successful models of outsourcing some non-critical government services to the private sector for efficiency and reduction of corruption and citizen harassment, in areas such as railway ticketing, tracking of Hajis etc. This effort has to be continued and expanded drastically. Services such as utility billing, which are amenable for ICT-based delivery, should be outsourced to the private sector. While development of the ICT industry is a noble goal and generates employment of knowledge-based workers, it has to be kept in mind that it does not directly impact the creation of a Digital Bangladesh. The ICT sector has to be utilized for efficiency in domestic organizations, particularly the government, which will ultimately lead to better services for citizens.

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