The introduction of the Nepalese people to the outside World began with the enlistment of Nepali soldiers of fortune in the British Gurkhas Army in 1814 A.D. serving under the British Empire to Hong Kong, Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore & United Kingdom, where they established their reputation for bravery and loyalty.
Centuries later, with the advent of job opportunities in the Middle-East and other countries, Nepalese Manpower was introduced into the Worldwide arena and because of their ability to perform their job in an effective manner under often stressful and trying conditions, they have now successfully gained popularity as desirable workforce.
Over the past years demand and interest for recruiting Nepalese workers have
increased due to the following reasons:
Nepalese workers are renowned for their hard work, loyalty, high sense of responsibility and discipline.
They are experienced in working in the extreme of climatic conditions.
They are comparatively cost effective as their hiring cost is lower compared to other labor exporting countries.
Nepal is situated very close to the Gulf Continent and easily linked by air with almost all the major cities of the world.