2020-04-14· COVID 19, crushing the Textile and Garment Industry of Pakistan April 14, 2020 April 14, 2020 Posted in COVID19,Garment Manufacturing,Textile and Garment Industry COVID-19, Novel Coronavirus has caught the world in a bizarre frenzy and is altering the way we live, changing the world as
Cement Pakistan company is a prominent organization that support the Pakistan’s cement industry. In pursuit of our main objective of developing and supporting Pakistan cement industry, we have an establishment of technical and support staff, including leading authorities from cement industry
2014-12-06· In Pakistan 76 Sugar Mills are operating having crushing capacity of 361,300 tons of cane per day (TCD). Seven Sugar mills extended capacity but they are unable to utilize. Based on 160 days season these sugar mills have a total crushing capacity of 58 million tons of sugarcane capable to produce 5 million tons of refined sugar and 3 million
The Pakistan Tehreek Insaf (PTI) government will import at least 300,000 tons of refined sugar in an attempt to control surging prices of the commodity that have been hounding the market. Sources informed Profit that the decision had been taken a few days ago in a meeting of the Sugar Advisory Board (SAB). This was followed by the Ministry of Industries and production asking the Trading
Stone crushing industry is an important industrial sector in the country and it plays an important role in the development of Pakistan economic. want to be the most ideal equipment manufacturer for high capacity stone crusherused in stone crushing plant and mining industry in Pakistan.
Industry Of Gypsum Crushing Plant In Pakistan Will Boost The Upgrading Of Traditional Industries “1025” period, Gypsum Crushing Plant should focus on promoting research work in five major areas, namely, to develop high-end Gypsum Crushing Plant, equipment and emerging industries, people’s livelihood with Crushing Plant and equipment, key basic products, basic processes and technologies.
2020-02-25· Analysis of sugar industry competitiveness in Pakistan J. Agric. Res., 2011, 49(1) 139 term and long term). Put simply, the international competitiveness of branches like the sugar industry expresses the ability of domestic firms to compete with foreign firms (9). Competitiveness is determined by various location factors.