Connect with Powerful Companies in Pakistan for CPEC and BRI Projects

As the Belt and Road and CPEC initiative took place, businessmen from various countries and from various sectors are showing interest to participate and project itself looking for valuable and experienced companies to build CPEC and Belt and Road Initiative projects. The corridor and initiative will boost trade which have already started. China Pakistan Economic Corridor Business (CPECB) platform planted strong roots to grow network well with valuable businessmen who are serious, loyal and willing to participate for the people of all BRI countries and efforts with the focus to connect businessmen from Pakistan, China and other 62 countries to ensure success of the corridor and the initiative .

CPECB has transformed companies’ decision makers to interact and build relations with each other through digital resources like dedicated platform and other our groups link with different social and networking tools for ease of communication and ease to establish business relation.

CPECB has played a valuable role in developing port by linking valuable companies and other CPEC projects and it was win win situation for the country which also generated jobs and helped achieve the dream of CPEC and Belt and Road initiative as one . CPECB is working on noble causes and its members are businessmen and state officials who are putting every effort to make the corridor in action .

CPECB members are powerful and experience companies in Maritime and Heavy Shipping, Logistics, Agriculture, Automobile, Textile and Leather, Oil and Gas, Cement and Steel,Engineering,Management , Developers and Architects, Telecom, Mining, Natural Resources, Legal, Securities, Health, Business Consultants, Services, GFZ, Aviation, Energy, Investment and Banking, Educational institutes , HR Consultant, Research and Development Authorities. Hospitality business Chemicals, Machinery, Stationary. and growing .

Today CPECB has become assets for businessmen, investors and State officials , which can be used as a valuable network and platform for CPEC and Belt and Road and can relay over their expertise. Networks and platforms always play a role for any economical project to bring into action .

Few of Companies who are members of CPECB , COPHC, Star Shipping, KHYBER ITTEFAQ, Pak Afghan Cargo Services , Metro Goods Transport Company, Chongqing Savvy Industries Company Limited, Safe Enterprises (Private) Limited, WATSON INTERNATIONAL, Tufail Chemical Industries Limited, Brighto Paints Pvt Limited, Allied Paint Industries Private Limited , Times Group (Pvt) Ltd, Alliance Plus Co, Dollar Industries Pvt. Ltd, Rastgar and Company (Pvt) LTD, Power Cables (PVT) Ltd, S. M. Jaffer & Co, Hot & Spicy, Yakoob Trading ,Quality Links (Pvt.) Ltd., Al Baari Group, Baloch Real Estate, Universal Biz Pvt, G.I. Enterprises ,Design Engineering Supply & Services, Whopper Private Limited, Saqalain International, Hazel Enterprises, CHENGDU ALLIED IDUSTRIES CO., LTD ,Muhammad Amin Muhammad Moqeem PVT LTD , Valdetron Pakistan, Orient World Wide Shipping Pak (Pvt) Ltd, PENTAGON FREIGHT SYSTEMS,, Riyan Shipping Agencies, Lucky Enterprises, Milestone Catalyst Corporation, Sohailginding, Jinshan Chemical Technology (Pvt.) Ltd, The Dynamics Research Consultant, SS & Sons Engineering, USS Logistics, Delta Control Automation Co. (PVT),United Impex, National Scientific Corporation,SMART-CARD KAZAKHSTAN, Al Rais Marble Works, Forhans Technologies,Elevation Private Limited, Solutions Inc, The Marketing Factory, Beerbal and Co. Syed Enterprises, M Kamil & Sons, Ali Zia Studio and many more.

The above companies are playing a highly fruitful role in uplifting the economy and developing CPEC and BRI Projects on real ground level and have also built massive job creation also. CPECB is working hard and its members to play fruitful roles in this pandemic also.

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Kyrgyzstan businessman can access international markets from Gwadar, linking CPECB Members Network

CPECB Businessman network help businessman from Kyrgyzstan to connect with CPECB members to access international market from Gwadar port and Karachi port . As Pakistan is strategically important for Kyrgyzstan. As a landlocked country, Kyrgyzstan wants access to global markets through ports such as Gwadar and Karachi. CPECB Invite businessman from Kyrgyzstan to Join CPECB businessman network to link with CPEC and BRI to establish mutual interest to boost trade activity

This was stated by Ambassador of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan to Pakistan, Mr. Eric Beshibimov while addressing two day confernce “Re-Imagining the Silk Road- Pakistan Kyrgyzstan Relations in the Age of Connectivity” hosted by the Lahore Center for Peace Research at the Sheraton Hotel in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.

The Kyrgyz ambassador stressed that undergoing basic projects such as Pakistan, China, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan Road must be completed as soon as possible.

He said that holding such bilateral events would boost trade, investment and tourism which are mutually beneficial for both the countries. The Kyrgyz ambassador said co-operation between the two countries is ongoing despite the Covid-19 pandemic. Sadiq Sanjrani, co-chairman of the Senate of Pakistan, who co-chaired the conference, said the conference was an attempt to advance regional connectivity goals for the common purpose of Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan. He appreciated the role of the LCPR and hoped that the conference would generate ideas for promoting closer ties between Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan. He added that work needs to be done to promote tourism and that the easy visa regime should be implemented.

Kashif Irshad, Advisor to the Chief Minister, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, briefed the conference on “Pakistan’s Investment Policy and Opportunities”.

He said that BRI and CPEC have brought paradigm shift in investors’ perspective vis a vis investment in Pakistan. Arshad said that 29 special economic zones will be built in coming years. He also announced 35 scholarships for Kyrgyz students in Pakistan.

Expressing his views, Nazir Hussain, Executive Director, Lahore Center for Peace Research, said that Pakistan was keen to engage with the Central Asian states and was looking forward to finding new avenues of cooperation between the two states. On the second day a number of MOUs were signed between several companies and universities.