Interpreter Services – Offer Your Expertise

CPECB now supporting Interpreter Services through Interpreter , As the leading CPEC Businessman Social Network , Our members are companies CEO, Directors, Partners, Owners and state officials and they always looking for  interpretation and translation services.

CPECB is highly reputable businessman  social networking platform and facilitating from last 8 years over CPEC and BRI projects through introducing and connecting directly and giving valuable and most needed source .

As the corridor consist of globalization and lots of businessman are facing complication over interpretation or translation and we like to bring you close to those businessman who are looking for valuable skills to fill the gap of communication.

CPECB Introduce a new economical and support membership subscription for interpreters only, to showcase their skills and detail profile under CPECB network where businessman can hire you based on their requirement and it give you extreme exposure and opportunity to work with valuable companies .

Interpreters and translators can apply for CPECB membership subscription only at $4.17 monthly , with yearly subscription . Its an opportunity to get introduce and the price is for limited time as this supportive price for Interpreters .

You can apply for Interpreters subscriptions online :

Best freight quote CPEC & Belt and Road Route

China Pakistan Economic Corridor Business (CPECB) is pleased to announce a new line of service for facilitation of our valued business community.

Worrying about getting the best freight quote is now a thing of the past. CPECB welcomes you to kick off the process of your next shipment with us.

It’s simple. You provide us with the following information namely:

  • Shipping destination of the cargo;
  • Transport mode and equipment being used (for example; by ocean on pallets); and
  • Shipment details including dimensions, weight and a description of goods.

Once the above information is provided accurately we will get back to you with the best freight quotation available in the market. This will not only save your precious time and efforts but also add efficiency and cost effectiveness in the initiation of shipment process.

Please remember that the freight quote is an estimated cost of shipment and it depends on the data provided as mentioned above. The more accurate details the more near to real cost our estimate will be.

We will be pleased to serve our valued clients to cater to their needs.

Please feel free to contact us:

Mobile number:  +923311456789

Email Address:

Warehouse Services Karachi

Do you require a warehouse for safe custody of your goods in the cosmopolitan city of Karachi?

Then we have good news for you. China Pakistan Economic Corridor Business (CPECB) member Star Shipping PVT Ltd has launched a new service line for the businesses in Pakistan. They will be providing you with the best warehousing facility in the city of Karachi , near Port Area . General Items only (dangerous , Flammable, items Not supported) environment Friendly items

As the demand for supply chain management is rapidly increasing over the years. The need for reliable and state of the art warehouses is increasing. 

What are we offering?

We are offering the following broad services namely:

  • Management of movement and inventory; and
  • Protection and storage of finished goods.

What can we do for you in our warehouse?

  • Collection and consolidation of goods;
  • Smart Storage; and
  • Stuffing and destuffing.

Our priorities in serving our valued clients:

It is engrained in our business ideology to facilitate the businesses to grow and develop thereby helping to cultivate a blossoming economy. Following are our priorities while launching our warehouse facility:

  • Trained Staff be employed at our warehouses to ensure safety and improve efficiency;
  • Safety of our staff;
  • Security of warehouses by installing surveillance cameras for a tight round the clock security;
  • Market proximity for better access;
  • Parking and space surrounding the building to facilitate the efficient loading and unloading of product;
  • Adequate storage space to improve organization and promote effective movement of goods;
  • Availability of mechanical appliances;
  • Design to ensure that product is stored under right conditions;
  • Emergency protocol to deal with any accident/disaster;
  •  Organization;
  • A well-documented receiving and picking process;
  • Quality control;
  • The right software for material handling and warehouse management; 
  • Prompt delivery and customer service.

We will be pleased to offer and serve our valued clients to cater to their needs.

Please feel free to contact us:

Mobile number:  +923311456789

Email Address:

How CPECB is fruitful for the business community

Are you desirous of networking with businesses in a secured and trustworthy environment? Or you want to advance the growth of your business by engaging with other businesses?  Then you have arrived at the right place. China Pakistan Economic Corridor Business (CPECB) is surely the answer to many of your business related apprehensions in today’s world. 

In today’s fast paced world, the importance of business networking can never be over-emphasized. Especially in a post covid-19 world, where physical meetings and events have been replaced by virtual meetings and webinars, the need of a secured virtual space where businesses can engage and develop their businesses is a pressing priority.

Who we are?

CPECB provide an online private networking bridge/platform to business community involved or interested in China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). This platform offers memberships to:

  •  Chief Executive Officers (CEO);
  •  Directors;
  •  Partners;  and
  • Company Owners from BRI Countries 

By bringing stakeholders under one umbrella, our platform encourages business engagement where companies working or interested in CPEC and BRI can interact and transact via CPECB.

Why Network?

Succeeding in business is all about making connections” (Richard Branson)

Networking is a form of low-cost marketing of your business. It helps you to get noticed and meet many of your potential customers. It is by all means an essential ingredient in achieving business growth and also helps in promoting your business.

Why choose us?

CPECB is a trustworthy e-network because we believe that trust is a critical strategic asset for our existing and prospective members. There are various ways to build trust among your potential customers and business partners. One way is to display digital trust badge (or trust seal) on your website. Displaying the badge of trust inspires those looking for your type of services or products to choose your business above others. It will not only help you build a competitive advantage and stand out from competition, but will also boost conversion rate, drive sales and most importantly, build your company’s credibility and exposure as a trusted trading member/partner and service provider.

With this in mind, we have launched the “CPEC Trusted e-Network”, a global platform comprising trusted businesses, helping members establish trust with their potential customers and business partners. To ensure that only reliable businesses are listed, each company goes through credit rating verification process and receives a recommendation issued by China Pakistan Economic Corridor Business.

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What CPECB has to offer to business community at large?

CPECB was launched with an aim to become the best facilitator in the virtual world of a secured space for the business community to come in contact with one another and grow their business connections thereby becoming a win-win model by utilizing Business to Business (B2B) e-commerce model.

In general, following are the fruits that CPECB has to offer to business community at large, namely:

  1. Opportunities: Client leads, partnerships, joint ventures and sales etc;
  2. Helps in connecting with key influencers;
  3. Getting motivated: Do you feel stuck in a rut at work? Are you looking for your next great business idea but can’t quite get there? Networking events and speaking with influential people can leave you feeling inspired. Another person’s experience could be the motivation you need to push you toward your next business venture;
  4. Solving your problems: Speaking with industry experts or those with more experience in your field is greatly beneficial. Discussing the challenges you are currently facing opens the door to gaining advice and suggestions to help overcome your obstacles;
  5. Raising your business profile;
  6. Staying up-to-date: When networking with people in your field you will become aware of new trends and the latest industry developments. The digital world in particular advances rapidly, therefore networking puts you and your business at the front of the competition;
  7. Strengthening Relationships: Making new contacts and regularly engaging with existing ones build and develops trust. Continual networking means your relationships will go from strength to strength and leads to greater prospects for your business;
  8. Friendships: Events organized by CPECB also give a chance to business professionals to meet in a friendly environment where communication becomes more conducive.

It is a present need to make your business visible through virtual networking. CPECB has so much to offer as a premium provider of a trustworthy platform where you can easily interact with your prospective business partners and clients. We offer membership packages; each of them is laced with lucrative features. We believe in continuous improvement in the services we offer, and seek to become fruitful tool for the business community at large to grow and prosper.

Tariq Gul, Pak Afghan cargo Joint Venture with XCMG


The global construction industry’s equipment and machinery — intends to set up heavy equipment manufacturing plant and assembly line in Pakistan, according to a press release issued by the PM office.

XCMG, with its expertise of constructing high rise buildings and housing units, wants to partner with Prime Minister Khan’s ambitious Naya Pakistan Housing Programme (NPHP) to construct five million affordable houses over a period of five years for low-income segments of society.

The premier said that the construction of the five million houses is a flagship programme of the government which will “open new opportunities for allied industries and the youth of the country”.

He welcomed HSS and XCMG’s “commitment and interest” in the housing and manufacturing sector.

Prime Minister Khan highlighted the steps that have been taken by the government in order to facilitate investors, reduce the cost of doing business and to improve the ease of doing business.

On December 13, while chairing a meeting on ease of doing businesses, the premier issued directives for the preparation of a comprehensive plan to simplify procedures related to government approvals.

“Providing [a] conducive and business-friendly environment to investors is [the] top priority of the government,” he said today.

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Re-Start Business in Lock-down

The pandemic has hit seriously in global economy specially in Pakistan , where business is paused due to lockdown and small business and corporate business has stopped doing business due to COVID-19  and businessman are worried how to operate their business in this lock-down .

CPECB has  build solution which is a light in this covid-19 darkness for companies to continue their business through E-world as it will help seller to display their products or services they have in hand and companies who willing to buy can explore the market and easily place order which will help companies to move fruitfully in this pandemic .

CPECB has introduce marketplace where companies can have their E-shop with all e-commerce features and inquiry feature which allow them to reach hundreds of companies purchase department in one click , as CPECB is facilitating as platform for companies owners and state officials to establish business and have sound reputation in business industry .

CPECB marketplace help importers, exporters, manufactures, distributers , of raw material and supplies to have their e-shop in very good price and on subscription basis and charge normal commission fess on order basis.

CPECB market place linked with major search engine where product publish on CPECB will publish on Google, Yahoo and Bing and easily shared over all social media which will easy to reach buyers instant .

As this is the best time to initiate to work on your E-shop and start getting business in this lock down

Apply for Vendor account :

Get your E-shop which sales in this time .

For more information you can contact CPECB via e-mail at info@CPECB.COM

Lt Gen (r) Asim Bajwa to head CPEC Authority

The federal government has decided to appoint former Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) chief Lt Gen (r) Asim Saleem Bajwa as the head of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Authority (CPECA) for a period of four years.

A summary has been sent to the federal cabinet for approval, which will be accepted in the next meeting.

President Dr Arif Alvi had promulgated an ordinance for the establishment of the CPECA in Oct.

The authority is aimed at accelerating the pace of CPEC-related activities, will find new drives of growth, unlock the potential of the interlinked production network and global value chains through regional and global connectivity.

In Aug, Prime Minister Imran Khan had announced that the government was forming a ‘China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Authority (CPECA)’ to ensure timely completion of corridor’s projects.

Presiding over a meeting at the Prime Minister Office, PM Imran had said: “To ensure uninterrupted progress on CPEC projects, CPEC Authority is being formed.”

He said the CEPCA would help ensure coordination among the departments concerned. “The completion of CPEC will not only benefit Pakistan and China but also the entire region,” the prime minister had said.

CPEC very important for Pakistan, says PM

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday said that Pakistan accorded great importance to China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects.

In a meeting with 12th NPC Foreign Affairs Committee Vice Chair Zhao Baige at the Prime Minister’s Office, the prime minister said all-out efforts were being made to further streamline and improve coordination at all levels as CPEC project has entered into its second phase.

The current phase will focus on critical areas, such as agriculture and socio-economic development.

The prime minister while welcoming the delegation said that it was a matter of great satisfaction to note that all-weather and time-tested Pak-China friendship was transforming into a robust economic partnership.

He said Pakistan wanted to learn from the Chinese experience and expertise in different sectors.

A special cell was being established at the Prime Minister’s Office to ensure seamless coordination between businesses of public and private sectors, he added.

Zhao, in her remarks, said that China would continue extending all possible cooperation to Pakistan in areas such as agriculture, health, housing and socio-economic development.

Minister for Planning Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtiar, Minister for Maritime Affairs Syed Ali Haider Zaidi, Adviser on Commerce Abdul Razzak Dawood, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister Naeemul Haq, Senator Faisal Javed and Javed Afridi were also present during the meeting.

Govt proposes Rs83b for CPEC projects

ISLAMABAD: The government has proposed an allocation of Rs83 billion for the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects in the next budget, which appears insufficient due to inclusion of more schemes in the CPEC portfolio that has now ballooned to Rs1.3 trillion.

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government has decided to include five more CPEC-related projects in the Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) 2019-20, according to officials of the Ministry of Planning and Development.

It has made first phase of the delayed Mainline-I project of Pakistan Railways part of the PSDP, they added. The total cost of this scheme is estimated at Rs324.6 billion but the government has made an allocation of only Rs1 billion in the next budget, starting July. Gwadar’s water treatment plant project will again remain underfunded in the next fiscal year despite the urgent need to complete the project on priority.

The Rs83-billion allocation is spread over 23 ongoing and unapproved projects initiated under the umbrella of Beijing’s .

The total cost of CPEC projects has increased to Rs1.3 trillion, of which Rs524 billion has already been spent in the past three years. The remaining financing for these projects is estimated at Rs734 billion, according to the Ministry of Planning officials.

“The proposed allocation for CPEC projects is sufficient to meet financing needs in the next fiscal year,” said Hasan Daud, spokesman of the planning ministry.

For the next fiscal year 2019-20, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government has proposed Rs675 billion for federal development spending. Nearly 19% of the proposed size of the PSDP will be spent in discretionary mode including Rs24 billion on schemes recommended by members of parliament.

In the outgoing fiscal year, the PTI government diverted Rs24-billion CPEC budget to the parliamentarians’ schemes.

The government faces fiscal challenges that have limited its ability to allocate sufficient funds for the ongoing schemes. Despite the scarcity of resources, it has decided to add about 200 more schemes to the PSDP, further thinning out available resources. For the construction of Sukkur-Multan section of CPEC’s eastern route, Rs19 billion has been proposed against the remaining requirement of Rs33.2 billion.

The total cost of the project is Rs298 billion. It appears from the allocation that the project will not be completed by the end of next fiscal year.

For the construction of Hakla-Yarik-Dera Ismail Khan motorway of CPEC’s western route, the Public Sector Development Programme has proposed Rs13 billion for the next fiscal year against Rs25 billion for the outgoing fiscal year. The total cost of this scheme is Rs110.2 billion. The project’s remaining financing requirement is estimated at Rs36.6 billion.

For land acquisition for the Sukkur-Hyderabad section of CPEC, Rs3.5 billion has been proposed for the next fiscal year against the requirement of Rs21.6 billion. For land acquisition for the Islamabad-Raikot section of CPEC, Rs1 billion has been proposed against the remaining need of Rs1.9 billion.

Overall, the government has proposed to massively slash budgetary allocation for the National Highway Authority (NHA) in the next fiscal year. As against the original allocation of Rs310 billion, the NHA will get Rs157 billion, which is in line with the PTI’s decision to move away from the brick and mortar approach.

For the Havelian-Thakot project of CPEC, the government has proposed Rs24-billion allocation against the remaining requirement of nearly Rs31 billion. The total cost of this project is Rs106 billion.

The Zhob-Kuchlak road project, which the government approved in March, will get Rs10-billion financing in the next fiscal year. The total cost of the project is Rs63 billion. Chitral-Bannu road will get Rs1 billion against the total cost of Rs16.8 billion. The preliminary design of Mainline-I would not be completed in the next fiscal year as the government has allocated only Rs1.8 billion for the scheme against the remaining requirement of Rs5.5 billion.

The New Gwadar International Airport has been given Rs700-million allocation against the total need of Rs21 billion. The Eastbay Expressway will get Rs2.7 billion against the remaining need of Rs3.5 billion.

A project initiated to provide five million gallons of clean water per day to the Gwadar city would get only Rs400 million against the remaining requirement of Rs2.9 billion. The total cost of the scheme is Rs3 billion and it has not get full funding in the last three years.

The Gwadar smart environment project has been given Rs100-million allocation against the remaining requirement of Rs2.2 billion.

New schemes

The government has decided to include the Mirpur-Mangla-Muzaffarabad project in the PSDP, costing Rs142 billion. For the next fiscal year, it has proposed only Rs100-million allocation for the unapproved scheme.

It has also decided to conduct a feasibility study for the construction of a 350km-long Nokhandi-Mashkhel-Turbat project of CPEC. The Rs17-billion worth of Shandur-Gilgit road is also part of the new CPEC portfolio. The project remains unapproved and the government has proposed Rs500-million allocation for the next fiscal year.

The government has proposed a Rs29.5-billion project for improving cross-border connectivity between China and Pakistan. For the next fiscal year, the government has proposed Rs2 billion for this scheme.

The fifth new scheme is Mainline-I project of Pakistan Railways. Its first phase will be completed at an estimated cost of Rs324 billion and for the next fiscal year the government has allocated Rs1 billion.


PM Imran boosted CPEC on 2nd BRI Summit

Prime Minister Imran Khan has urged world leaders to undertake joint efforts to address impediments in the way of sustainable global growth.

In his address at the 2nd Belt and Road Forum in Beijing on Friday, the prime minister presented five ways to further expand China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

“Firstly, we must undertake joint efforts to mitigate climate change. In our Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, we successfully planted a billion trees. I suggest we launch a joint project to plant 100 billion trees over the next two years, so that we can mitigate the effects of climate change for our coming generations,” said PM Imran.

“Second, we should establish a BRI Tourism Corridor to promote people-to-people contacts and inter-cultural understanding. Thirdly, an office of Anti-Corruption Cooperation should be set up to combat the scourge of white-collar crime. White-collar crimes are devastating the world.”

“We should create a poverty alleviation fund that supplements national efforts in the fight against poverty and malnourishment. In Pakistan, we have recently launched a targeted poverty alleviation programme called ‘Ehsas’. The aim should be to emulate China’s spectacular success in lifting 800 million people out of poverty within a matter of decades,” said the PM.

“Lastly, we must make concerted efforts to further liberalise trade and investment flows encouraging our private sector and businesses to collaborate in projects.”

The prime minister said BRI offers an unprecedented model of international collaboration. “In a world of geopolitical uncertainty, of rising inequality and barriers to trade, the BRI offers a model of collaboration, partnership, connectivity and shared prosperity. The presence of so many leaders today is the proof that we choose hope over despair and cooperation over confrontation.”

He said Pakistan was among the BRI’s “earliest and most enthusiastic proponents”, and spoke of the “substantial progress” achieved on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). “Pakistan’s energy supplies have increased massively. Our critical infrastructure gaps are being plugged. Gwadar, once a small fishing village, is transforming rapidly into a commercial hub. Gwadar Airport will be the largest in the country.”

“Together, Pakistan and China are entering the next phase of CPEC, with greater emphasis on socio-economic uplift, poverty alleviation, agricultural cooperation and industrial development. We are expanding the frontiers of knowledge through closer engagement and deeper cooperation in the fields of education, innovation and technology.”

“Along the length of the corridor, Special Economic Zones are set to come up, offering opportunities for investments for Pakistani, Chinese and foreign entrepreneurs. Supplementing the next phase of CPEC, we are signing an expanded Pakistan-China Free Trade Agreement.”

Quoting a Chinese proverb –  “The ocean is vast because it rejects no rivers” – PM Imran said Pakistan will continue “to work on the basis of mutual respect and equal opportunity, with China and other BRI partners, for a better future of our people”.

Extending an invitation to international investors, he reiterated Pakistan’s desire to partner with “all those who share the vision for a peaceful and prosperous world”.

“I take this opportunity to invite all of you to avail our liberal foreign investment regime and participate in our economy, in particular infrastructure, railways, dams, IT and manufacturing.”