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Late Dasho Ugen Dorji
Late Dasho Ugen Dorji

There is a land that is as old as the hills, yet as new as a silicon chip. Populated by verdant forests, lush green valleys, sparkling streams and people, who are as hard-working as they are hospitable. A land so enchanting that many have compared it to Shangri-La, the lost paradise. That land is Bhutan, a country which has a great deal to share with the rest of the world.

Tashi Group , was founded by Late Dasho Ugen Dorji in 1959 with a vision to bring out the best of Bhutan. The group believes in bringing in changes without disturbing tradition; sharing Bhutan’s bounty far beyond its boundaries; and creating an environment where a glorious past can be molded into a shining future.

Batons have changed hands but the Group continues in its mission of maintaining essence of Bhutan’s tradition while embracing the change to meet the new challenges.


In the industrial sector, Bhutan Carbide and Chemicals Ltd., manufactures and supplies Druk band calcium carbide; Bhutan Ferro Alloys Ltd., manufactures and supplies Druk band ferro Silicon, magnesium ferro silica and micro silica; Bhutan Wood Panel Industries manufactures and supplies plywood, block boards, flush doors and joinery products; Tashi Engineering Works caters to the demand for structural body building, fabrication, repairs and maintenance of lights and heavy vehicles, cranes, bull dozers and heavy earth moving equipments; Bhutan Fruit Products Pvt. Ltd., produces and supplies processed fruit and vegetables products; Tashi Beverages Ltd., bottles and supplies coca cola brand of aerated drinks; In addition, TCC has numerous factories that produces turpentine, rosin, lemon grass oil, textiles, card board, packaging boxes and carpets.

In the hospitality sector, the TCC owns the Druk chain of hotels, which has 4 stars hotels in Thimphu and Phuentsholing.

In the distribution sector, Bhutan Oil Distributors and Bhutan Oil Corporation form the core oil distributors throughout the country and together meets the demand for gasoline, diesel, kerosene, lubricants and allied products. The Consumer Division, a distributorship chain represents 75 major FMCG companies as well as household and electrical companies in the Kingdom of Bhutan.

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