Engineering Trade Presentation

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Job # 172 Engineering Trade Presentation

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Feb 23, 2005 @ 02:18
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Feb 25, 2005
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The structural reforms made some years ago are the key factor behind Pakistan’s high and sustainable economic growth, financial stability and efficient financial system.

The reforms were aimed at strengthening the country's external position, developing the supply side of its economy, restoring macroeconomic stability and reducing vulnerability to external shocks.

A series of liberalizing and deregulating policies, encompassing most of the economic activities including reforms in the financial sector, tax and trade sectors, foreign exchange and foreign investment liberalization and privatization have been implemented.

Efforts made to reduce poverty through increase in direct and indirect employment opportunities; social welfare services and infrastructure have had a strong positive impact on economic growth. A mechanism is also in process to provide fair access to assets including skills, credit, jobs and sustainable livelihoods to the poor.

A strong well-built engineering system helps to achieve a self-reliant and self-sustaining economy through better management of needs of the industrial sector. It is the heart of technological innovations and acts as a catalyst in the national and social aspects for development, thus can be rated as the backbone of a nation’s industrial economy.

In Pakistan, the share of the engineering goods is 25% of total imports. Pakistan’s engineering sector is capable of manufacturing a broad range of light and capital engineering goods, covering from steel rolled products to large complete industrial plants and equipments like sugar mills and cement plants, railway carriages and wagons, ships, trainee aircraft.

And not to forget, cutlery goods, surgical instruments, pipes seamless as well as welded, agricultural implements, construction machinery, equipment for energy sector, boilers, cranes, electrical goods, electrical motors, pumps, domestic appliances and the list goes on of a variety other of light engineering goods that are manufactured indigenously.

Pakistan is proud of its heavy mechanical complex, which has served many developing countries’ requirements for capital goods from machinery for sugar and cement plants, boilers to road rollers, harvesting machinery and ginning machinery. This sector has all the conveniences to produce light, medium and heavy iron and steel castings. Reliable and economical high standard tractors are produced with foreign cooperation. Pakistan’s Industrial and agriculture mobile equipments are also becoming progressively more popular in the export market.

Electrical engineering in Pakistan has gained exceptional growth in both the local and international markets.

In the category of domestic appliances, modern designed superb quality ceiling, table and pedestal fans are manufactured. These superior quality fans are designed for energy efficiency and are much admired in the export market.

The importance of auto industry to the nation’s economy can hardly be overemphasized. Automobile industry of Pakistan, along with its related industries, contributes handsome amount to GDP. Apart from providing revenue of Rs. 30 billion annually, it provides employment to around 150,000 individuals. Pakistan’s car industry registered a growth of 50% during 2002-03, and is moving fast towards achieving a milestone of 100,000 produced locally in the current fiscal year.

Pakistan manufactures auto spare parts of international standard for the local and export markets. Bicycles of superior quality with exciting designs and guarantee make them a trusted and popular choice in the export market.

Pakistan is also known for manufacturing railway carriages with spares, bicycles with spares, ships, boats and launches, which are recognized abroad.

Pakistan Railways continues a fine tradition of carriage and wagon building, and its Islamabad-based carriage factory produces highly sophisticated and durable coaches, designed to meet modern passengers' needs and cargo requirements.

The Karachi Shipyard has taken the responsibility of building vessels, heavy repairs and produces steel structures and iron, and non-ferrous castings. Steady performance and proven quality are the hallmarks of this business. Large export orders have been agreed to and fulfilled for building of ocean-going vessels and sailing craft. The shipyard also carries out extensive ship repairs.


Pakistan is a nation undergoing far-reaching changes….a country in transition. Today the nation is gradually moving from being conventional to more international-minded.

These interviews were only a modicum of current sentiments from the country’s top executives as they all believe that basic strategies are now well-placed towards assuring a prosperous future. And we, as a nation, want to contribute to global society and to the nations who are our partners in success.

Macro economic development.



Pakistan’s engineering sector.

A country ready to meet the engineering challenges of a quality-conscious customer. Modern technology, qualified and skilled human resource, timely deliverables.

Maunfacturing areas.


Skills development.

Finished goods.

Industry Leaders

Ali Habib – Indus Motors.

Sohail P. Ahmed – Thal / AgriAutos.

Razzak Bengali – Baluchistan Wheels.

Nadeem Malik – Procon Engineering.

Javed Asharf – Bolan Castings.

Manzar Shamim – DDFC.

Nabeel Hashmi – Thermasole.

Qasim Rastgar – Rastgar Engineering.

Siemens Pakistan Limited.

Philips Pakistan.

KSB Pumps.

Messe Furgusions (Millat).


Note from IV: For best results, include a brief sample of the script provided and your quote for the project.

Received at 9:55AM EST on February 23rd, 2005.

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