Kshitindra Mohan Sen, the originator of the Sen Family business, had started out with his innovative business ventures at 1954 alongside the family profession of cultivation of acres of inherited agricultural land. But his sudden demise on 1967 and the Independence War of Bangladesh in 1971 put the family of Sen’s in a troublesome situation.

But keeping the dream of Kshitindra Mohan Sen, in 1972, his sons Mr. Ramesh Chandra Sen and Mr. Paresh Chandra Sen rejuvenated their family business immediately after the liberation war. Starting with a rice mill, the family later ventured into flour mill, Jute Supply business to the domestic government, government-owned and private jute mills, transport business and also involved in the construction business which included contracts on behalf of government entities like Bangladesh Water Development Board, Local Govt. Engineering Department, Department of Public Health, etc.

The family business went through phases of changes over the course of approximately 60 years. What was once just an equity-only, family-based and family-run business with the experience-based leadership is now at the turn of becoming a bigger, larger group of companies ready to take on the world full of business opportunities. The new generations of Sens are open to all the opportunities of the modern world and are ready to take the next steps to venture into this modern world. The rich heritage of this 60-year old company, along with the business acumen of the new generation of Sen Family is ready to take the family business to a new dimension.