Large number of site industrialists participated in the exhibtion – Farhan Ashrafi
Big export orders expected in 2 months – Farhan Ashrafi
Federal, Sindh Govt Implement Article 158, Otherwise Export Orders Will Exit With Hand, VP, Site Association
Karachi, January 13, 2020: Industrialists of SITE area Karachi have returned after participation in the International HEIMTEXTIL-2020, an
The industrialists of SITE area businessmen comprised Vice President Muhammad Farhan Ashrafi, EC Member Muhammad Hussain Moosani, Hanif Tawakkal, Ahsan Arshad Ayub, Abdul Hadi, Samad Ahmedani, Owais Tawakkal, Junaid Ahmedani, Hashim Noorani, Kumail Ashabi, Sameer Ahmedani, Ramzan Nazir, Anwar Lakhani, Jehangir (Saltex), Faraz (Zaf Tex), Asif (Union), Faisal Bashir, Ilyas Mukati, Faisal Patel, Asif Ashfaq, Hamza Lakhani, Javed Lakhani and Farhan Ahmedani.
VP, SITE Association of Industry, Farhan Ashrafi and other industrialists have declared HEIMTEXTIL-2020 more successful and effective and said that Pakistani stands this year attracted attention of more foreign buyers. New buyers in particular shown keen interest in Pakistani products and held meetings with Pakistani manufacturers to exchange views on important business matters.
Briefing media Farhan Ashrafi said that those who participated in the exhibition have asked fellow businessmen to participate in the next year’s show positively. The exhibition provided opportunity to exchange views and hold B2B meetings with new and existing customers.
“It is expected that during next two months, Pakistani exporters will receive big export orders of home textile products”, Farhan Ashrafi remarked.
Farhan Ashrafi added that by participating in exhibitions like HEIMTEXTIL-2020, exports from Pakistan can be increased. There is need to organize and participate in such fruitful exhibitions. He in particular, highlighted that the main hurdle in boosting of exports is the shortage of gas at this time.
The government of Pakistan should provide gas to Karachi industries as per provisions of Article-158 of the constitution of Pakistan, otherwise all the efforts will result in futility because export orders will shift to neighboring countries due to our failure to ship on time which will ultimately have negative impact on our exports.