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Join us for a Live Zoom Meeting with verified and trusted exporters from Pakistan on November 11, 2023. Invitations will be sent exclusively to interested buyers in Mandirans from Pakistan . This session represents a significant and real-time deal negotiation within the framework of CPECB, and it's a crucial part of CPECB's journey towards the future, which commenced on October 19th, 2023.

CPECB stands as the foremost sourcing platform, boasting a network of trusted and verified companies from across Belt and Road countries. We’re committed to promoting and facilitating trade across nations as part of the Belt and Road Initiative.

As the mandarin season in Pakistan is in full swing, our dedicated members have already secured fresh mandarins from Pakistani farms. CPECB is here to act as the bridge that ensures secure and reliable trade between buyers and exporters. Moreover, we extend our support to handle the logistics and shipping, ensuring your goods reach your port destination with efficiency and precision.

Your queries are important to us, and we’re eager to assist you. Please take a moment to fill out the form below and share your leads with us. We are poised to further facilitate your dealings, making your trade experiences seamless and successful. Join us in building strong, global partnerships through CPECB and the Belt and Road Initiative.

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Packing and Size of Each 10 KG Cardboard Box(Required)
Each cardboard box weighs approximately 10 KG and the count of mandarins packed inside varies based on their size. Typically, a box can contain anywhere between 47 to 110 oranges. Once packed, these boxes are ready for the trading process to begin.
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We prioritize the security of both buyers and sellers to ensure the proper execution of trade. Our approach is built on a foundation of credibility and trust. Our suppliers offer a payment structure of 50% in advance and 50% against the presentation of LC documents

Unlocking the Potential: Investing in Pakistan’s Promising fertile land

Pakistan is fertile land, everyone should invest in it


Pakistan, a land of opportunity, is fertile and full of potential for agricultural transformation. Its arable terrains offer promising economic growth and abundant crop yield. 


In the 21st century, the need to invest in Pakistan’s agriculture is more pressing. With its fertile lands, water availability, and favorable climate, Pakistan is an untapped reservoir of agricultural prosperity. By using advanced technology and techniques, the agricultural yield can be greatly increased. 


“Pakistan is not just a land, it’s a promise of abundance.”


Its strategic location makes Pakistan an ideal partner for countries within the Belt and Road Initiative. 


“It’s time to invest in Agriculture. Countries from Belt and Road should consider partnering with Pakistan.”


As part of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), countries have the unique chance to partner with Pakistan and transform it into a major hub for agricultural production. 


Through the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Business Platform (CPECB), this partnership could greatly contribute to the food production capacity of Asia. CPECB can serve as a bridge, linking potential investors with Pakistan’s top agriculturalists and businessmen. 


Investing in Pakistan’s agriculture is not just about reaping financial benefits. It’s about fostering food security in the region, supporting livelihoods, and strengthening diplomatic ties. It’s about creating a win-win situation for everyone involved. 


For decades, Pakistan has been generously providing its crops to help the region stay free from any agricultural product deficiencies. It’s time we return the favor by investing in Pakistan’s agricultural sector, transforming it into a regional hub for food production. CPECB paves the path to a profitable partnership.


Around 40 million hectares of land in Pakistan is suitable for cultivation.


A Land Rich in Agricultural Potential 

Pakistan’s fertile soil spreads across an estimated 40 million hectares of land, a vast tapestry of potential waiting to be woven into a vibrant, fruitful future. It’s a land that has been generously blessed by Mother Nature, with diverse climates that allow a wide array of crops to flourish. 

A Step Towards Food Security in Asia 

Imagine this – a region thriving with abundant crops, contributing significantly to Asia’s food production and capacity. That’s the promise that Pakistan holds. By investing in this fertile land, we are not just fostering economic growth, but also ensuring food security for millions across the region. 

Joining Hands for a Greener Tomorrow 

It’s time to sow seeds of collaboration. Countries along the Belt and Road should consider partnering with Pakistan’s dedicated agriculturists and business-minded individuals in the agri sector. The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Business (CPECB) can serve as an effective bridge, connecting you to valuable resources and paving the way toward shared prosperity.


Through shared agri-technology and cultivation techniques, together we can transform this region into a powerhouse of food production. And as always, Pakistan remains committed to providing its bountiful crops to help the region stay plentiful in agri products.


Pakistan has a favorable climate for agriculture with a long growing season.


A Land of Abundance 

Imagine a land where nature works in harmony with the farmer. A place where the sun shines just enough, and the rain falls just right. Such is the beauty of Pakistan’s arable land, blessed with a long growing season that promises bountiful harvests. 


Investing in Asia’s Food Basket 

As we look towards enhancing food production in Asia, Pakistan stands as a strong contender. Its fertile land holds the potential to change the face of Asian agriculture. It’s high time that Belt and Road countries consider investing in Pakistan’s agricultural sector. 


Unlocking Pakistan’s Agricultural Potential 

The land of Pakistan is not just fertile but brimming with potential. With a significant portion of its land arable, there exists an untapped opportunity for countries along the Belt and Road to invest in this agricultural powerhouse.


Bridging the Gap with CPECB 

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Business (CPECB) stands as the ideal platform to bridge these opportunities. The CPECB can connect potential investors with Pakistani agriculturists and agri-businessmen, fostering a shared understanding of innovative agri-technology and cultivation techniques. 


Invest, Grow, and Transform 

By investing in Pakistan’s agricultural sector, we can collectively transform this nation into a leading food production region within Asia. This offers not just the opportunity for economic growth, but the chance to strengthen food security within the region. So, let’s invest, grow, and transform together, for a more prosperous and food-secure Asia. 


It’s time to sow the seeds of investment in Pakistan’s fertile lands, and reap the rewards of growth and prosperity. Join the CPECB platform today, and contribute to redefining Asia’s agricultural scene.


Unlocking Central Asia’s Trade Potential: Exploring the Power of Verified Logistics and Shipping Line Companies

Unlocking Central Asia’s Trade Potential: Exploring the Power of Verified Logistics and Shipping Line Companies


Imagine a bustling trade hub, where goods move fluidly from one corner of Asia to the next, and then to the world. This vision, powered by the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), is a sight to behold. However, a closer look reveals a complex tapestry of logistics, shipping lines, and cross-border transfers that make it all possible. 


The largest challenge in enhancing Central Asia’s trade, particularly through the Transport Internationaux Routiers (TIR) and cross-border operations, lies in logistics. Shipping lines that move goods from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan from BRI host  Xinjing People republic of China to Pakistan are the arteries of this vibrant trade body. But what keeps these arteries healthy and efficient? 


Enter the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Business Portal (CPECB). This platform is a congregation of verified logistics companies, freight forwarders, and port services. They’re like the unsung heroes, quietly ensuring trade moves smoothly and efficiently, turning the BRI vision into a tangible reality. 


“Experience matters in this swiftly changing and often unpredictable world of trade. That’s why the CPECB only brings together trusted and time-tested companies under one roof.”

With the CPECB, you’re not just navigating the complex world of trade. You’re partnering with a team of experts who have been there, done that, and are ready to guide you through it all. So, are you ready to facilitate and enhance Central Asia’s trade with us.

UAE bank adds Pakistan to ‘remit in 60 seconds’ service

Emirates Islamic has announced that its 60 second online fund transfer service ‘QuickRemit’ is now available for remittances to Pakistan.

The bank said it has launched the service to coincide with Pakistan’s Independence Day.

Emirates Islamic customers will be able to conduct QuickRemit transfers to any Faysal Bank account in Pakistan in less than 60 seconds, and transfers to other Pakistan banks within one hour.

Faysal Bank is a leading bank with a footprint of over 365 branches across 100 cities in Pakistan.

Emirates Islamic customers can avail the QuickRemit service via the bank’s online and mobile banking channels, without any fees and at competitive exchange rates, the bank said in a statemment.

Wasim Saifi, deputy CEO – Consumer Banking and Wealth Management, Emirates Islamic said: “Extending our QuickRemit transfer service to Pakistan enhances our value proposition to one of our key customer segments. Pakistan and UAE share long-standing trade ties, with a high number of Pakistani expatriates residing in the UAE.”

Saifi also announced that the bank is working to extend QuickRemit services to other countries. The bank recently announced the launch of the QuickRemit service to India, tying up with HDFC Bank for 60-second transfers.

Pakistan is among the top three countries receiving the highest remittances from the UAE and the rest of the world.
According to State Bank of Pakistan (SBP), Pakistan received $19.3 billion in remittances from abroad in the 2017 fiscal year.

Pakistan ranked number one adventure travel destination

ISLAMABAD: The British Backpacker Society ranked Pakistan number one out of 20 other adventure travel destinations because they consider Pakistan one of the friendliest countries in the world with mountain scenery that is beyond anyone’s wildest dreams.

The team encouraged people from around the world to travel to Pakistan and assured that their perception of the country will be changed forever once they’re done

During their 4 to 5 years of travel, the team of Samuel Joynson and Michael Worral of British Backpacker Society from Bournemouth has traveled more than 80 destinations.

Here are the top 20 destinations they picked; Pakistan, Russia, India, Turkey, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Tajikistan, China, Georgia, Uganda, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Jordan, Iraq, Democratic Republic of Congo, Algeria, Montenegro, Egypt, Rwanda, Uzbekistan and  Kosovo.

The team at the British Backpacker Society will continue its journey and travel more destinations. They will compile a new list of top adventure travel destinations of the world.