Gwadar Expo – The Real Hero of Gwadar Expo

It was honor to visit the expo on 29th Jan 2018 where CPECB Members take deep part and play handsome role in the EXPO  . Where @kingdom, @imranghani, @maqboolafridi, @tariqgul,@obaid,@aliziastudio,@hotnspicy,@gr-siddiqui, @chinaoverseasportsholdingcompanypakistan, @masshrs and  @hamzabintariq visited from CPECB members . It was a great opportunity which has taken initiative over CPEC by having mega event in Gwadar .


The main Role played by Pakistan Army by taken all measures to ensure the event goes success and I must say they were very nice by facilitating all visitors who had visited the expo . If Pakistan Army was not there , it is not possible to have such event goes successful . We are honor and glad to be Pakistani and special thanks to Pakistan army who has facilitated CPECB members and other visitors to their best . It was a start where not only Pakistani business community but international business community will take part


Additionally CPECB Member @tariqgul Director of Pak Afghan Cargo  has made contract with COPHC and buy land in Gwadar Free Zone –  He is one of the businessman who received this opportunity in Expo with the help of CPECB Network . We wish him a very fruitful benefit in investment in Gwadar Free Zone .


CPECB Member Tariq Gul – Signing Contract with China Overseas Port Holding Company on Gwadar Expo – He is one businessman who had Contract with COPHC


One of our Member Mass Human Resources  and chairperson of OPAL Had its Stall in Expo – @masshrs and  @noorafsha where they are only one who has share culture of Baluchistan as local and share dresses and other handicraft products in Gwadar 1st Expo .


We as CPECB growing rapidly with only genuine businessman and facilitating our member through right channel and track they need .  We wish all our members a very fruitful ventures .

@hamzabintariq  Hamza Bin Tariq had a detail discussion of the Expo with Prime Minister of Pakistan Shahid Khaqan Abbasi , Prof Ahsan Iqbal , Military Officials and other govt officials. He emphasized that Pakistani businessmen should be given the opportunity to link up with prospective Chinese companies to enhance trade between them rather than the focus be on Chinese companies only.



Cooperation potential- Gwadar Expo

An aerial view of Gwadar Port in Pakistan. The Gwadar Expo 2018, organized by China Overseas Ports Holding Company (COPHC) and Gwadar Port Authority (GPA), will open on January 29 in Gwadar Free Zone. Dozens of Chinese firms will participate in the event, an employee of COPHC told the Global Times on Tuesday. Photo: Courtesy of COPHC

Desalination plant opens at Gwadar port

QUETTA: Federal Minister for Ports and Shipping Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo inaugurated a desalination plant on Monday installed at the Gwadar port by China Overseas Port Holding Company for supplying drinking water to the people in the port city.

The desalination plant has a production capacity of 254,000 gallons of clean drinking water.

Speaking at the opening ceremony, Senator Bezenjo, who is also president of the National Party, said that the New Year will witness massive development in Gwadar under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

He said that the desalination plant would reduce the shortage of drinking water in the port city to some extent. He said that the people of Gwadar had been facing water shortage for the past many months and they would now get clean drinking water through tankers.

“The desalination plant is a true reflection of CPEC and friendship between Pakistan and China. It is a gift for the people of Gwadar,” Mir Hasil Khan Bezenjo said.

The desalination plant is the result of the visionary thinking of Chairman of the Gwadar Port Authority Mir Dostain Khan Jamaldani and the Chairman of China Overseas Port Holding Company.

He expressed the hope that the water crisis of Gwadar will be resolved this year and more such plants were in the pipeline.

He said that the water supply from the Gwadar port would be cheaper than the water provided from the Mirani Dam in Turbat.

The minister later inspected the plant, where Chinese officials briefed him about the plant’s capacity.

Earlier, he was received at the airport by officials of the port authority and local administration.

Detail of Gwadar Free Zone Company Limited

China Overseas Ports Holding Company Pakistan (Pvt.) Ltd

Pakistan’s economic performance has improved significantly in the recent years, reflecting a strong commitment and a series of serious efforts undertaken by the Government and people of Pakistan. The inception of Gwadar Deep-Sea Port is to further enable economic development of Pakistan over the next decade and beyond.

Gwadar Free Zone Investment Guide 1st Edition

Gwadar has enormous potential from all angles & dimensions for any kind of business activity, whether known or emerging with ever-developing technologies. Being a Deep Sea Port and because of its location it will be a gateway & hub of world businesses & trades and will cater for all types of international commercial activities generated from one business to another irrespective of quantity, quantum & magnitude.

COPHC Pakistan is a branch company of COPHC which is an emerging and fast-growing company in Hong Kong. It has registered its Regional Office in Pakistan. China Overseas Ports Holding Company Limited, COPHC has proudly taken over the command of recently developed Gwadar Port and Gwadar Free Zone on May 16, 2013, for 40 years (as per the concession agreement). The objective of the company is to develop the region’s most strategically well-located port into a hub of maritime trade in the whole region, including landlocked Central Asian Region (CAR), in general, and of Pakistan in particular.

Gwadar Free Zone Company Limited

A customized platform for global connectivity

The state-of-the-art Free Zone Area will be built on reclaimed land in Northern Harbor (within the port area). The new development covering 923 hectares with a permanent Tax and Duties exemptions would enable us to optimize transport flows.

For Gwadar Port to remain a viable alternative for transport-dependent industries, access to and from the Free Zone is being developed by the authorities.


Free Zone Businesses – Including but not limited to

  •  Container yards
  •  Bonded Warehousing
  •  Ambient/Temperature controlled/Refrigerated storage facilities
  •  International Purchasing, Transit & Distribution
  •  Packaging / Labeling
  •  Stuffing & De-Stuffing
  •  Trans-shipment
  •  Light end-assembly & re-assembly
  •  Imports & exports
  •  Value added exports
  •  Value addition to imports – Supporting Services Business Offices (Onsite Customs, Financial Institutions, Information Centre, Retail Outlets, Hotels, Restaurants, Entertainment amenities, Medical facilities etc.
  •  Other related businesses

Planning Period:

From 2014 to 2025, divided into three stages


 Medium period:
Long Term period:

Gwadar Free Zone will be designed with the unique needs of manufacturing, trading, and service Industry businesses in mind.