The history of YOUTH GROUP can be stretched back to the early Eighties. A group of visionary and dynamic individuals with their capable hands started the venture. Throughout several years, by delivering excellence to the stakeholders, the group has now become one of the most diversified business conglomerates in the country. The family grows with time as the business extends. The Youth Group, with 16 thousand personnel, is now waving its flag in all areas including textile, oil refineries, private sector power generation, LP gas bottling-marketing, and many more. ‘Youth Tower’ in the capital Dhaka is the nucleus of the group. All of the activities operate from here. Expert management and devoted staffs are the unsung heroes of our successful adventure. Therefore the company is fully committed to the employees. For increasing their skills, providing a safe and sound working environment is the first priority of the company.
LPG has higher energy content compared to traditional fuels and burns in the presence of air giving off a hot flame. These characteristics have made LPG a popular fuel for domestic, commercial and industrial usage and as an alternative automotive fuel.
Autogas is the common name for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) when it is used as fuel in the vehicle engines. It is being used widely in vehicles & getting popularity as the best alternative fuel for its significant advantages for an automobile engines.
Petromax LPG has a franchisee of AutoGas filling stations & conversion centers throughout the country.
LPG Cylinder Bank and Reticulated System
LPG Cylinder Bank & LPG Reticulated system are mechanisms where LPG is stored in cylinders and bulk storages at a safe location to be supplied to the end-users (i.e. Kitchen, industrial boiler & burner) through piping network. It ensures safety, convenience, uninterrupted supply & accurate gas-usage measured through meter reading.
LPG Supply from Cylinder Bank
LPG Supply from Bulk Storage
When Buying Your LPG
Please look for the manufacturing & retest date, which is marked on the collar of the cylinder and if the cylinder is more than 10 years past its stamped date, do not accept the cylinder.