Currently Mr. Hasan is focusing in Bangladesh, his native country, which is growing at about 7% a year. He is developing his ship recycling business there where his company owns one of the single largest yard with about 1000 feet sea frontage and expanding into other sectors such as steel mill, ship building for the domestic sector and LPG Gas terminal and bottling operation.
Mr. Hasan has an MBA in Finance from Columbia University, New York and Honors in Economics from Dhaka University. He represented the Pakistan National basketball team and was a Double Blue from Dhaka University in Cricket and Basketball.
Ambereen Hasan, Director, SVP of Ashford Finance LLC based in New York, brings her experience in finance and trading. Her education includes Syracuse University, USA and London School of Economics.
Mr. Muzaffar Ahmed, General Manager, has been with the company from the late 1990’s. With experience in ship breaking of more than thirty years and he is one of the pioneers in the industry. His expertise is not only in the production side but also process management and financial control. He works very closely with the Managing Director.
Chief Financial Officer Mr. Md Gias Uddin, MBA, CA (CC) has been with the company for ten years. He is not only in charge of finance but also key operations responsibilities.K" Line --- Pioneer in Automobile Transport
As a pioneer in the transport of automobiles using pure car carriers (PCC), "K" Line provides services for the safe and timely transport of completely built-up cars (CBU). "K" Line entered the CBU transport service in 1970 with the Toyota Maru No. 10, Japan's first PCC. Since then, we have steadily upgraded our fleet to raise transport quality even further.
Safety in Navigation and Environmental Preservation
"K" Line not only makes unstinting efforts to transport CBU safely and without causing damage during the loading and unloading operations and navigation, we are also making fleet upgrades to improve environmental performance. Upgrades include the use of fuel tanks placed within a triple-bottom structure to prevent oil leaks and protect the environment with enhanced fuel tank protection performance in the event of damage to the ship. We also adopted electrically controlled engines on PCC for the first time. Computer control of fuel injection timing and the opening and closing of exhaust valves reduces nitrogen oxide emissions and cuts soot and carbon dioxide during low-load operation. We are actively working to reduce environmental impact through the use of various cutting-ed