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Consul General of Germany visits Pakistan Textile City
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Aug '12
The Consul General of Germany, H.E. Dr. Tilo Klinner visited Pakistan Textile City Limited on Monday, August 13, 2012. Dr. Mirza Ikhtiar Baig, Chairman Pakistan Textile City Limited and Zaheer A. Hussain, CEO Pakistan Textile City welcomed His Excellency and briefed him about the company and the ongoing development of the project.

Dr. Baig, Chairman Pakistan Textile City briefed the Consul General about the salient features of Textile City. He mentioned that project is spread over an area of 1,250 acres of land in Eastern Industrial Zone of Port Qasim and it is conveniently located 6km from the National Highway. Main features are one window operation, stable & uninterrupted power supply, water, gas and combined effluent treatment plant. This project will be the first industrial city in Pakistan to have ISO 14000 compliant infrastructure. Textile City will provide world class infrastructure and will be a milestone in the revival of textile industry in Pakistan.
 
Extensive discussion took place regarding financial and technical assistance from German govt. and German companies for setting up a coal generated power plant as well as a combined effluent treatment plant.
 
His Excellency Dr. Tilo Klinner valued the vision of Pakistan Textile City and ensured full support towards the development of the project.
 
Pakistan Textile City is an industrial zone dedicated to the textile processing and related industry. Comprising of a total area of 1250 acres, the estate is located in the Eastern Industrial Zone of Port Qasim Karachi, 6 km from the National Highway.

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