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Foreign Companies Keen to Work With NESPAK

Engineering firms from the US, Germany, UK and France have contacted NESPAK

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LAHORE: A number of foreign Engineering Consultancy Companies from developed states have expressed their keen desire to work with NESPAK for acquiring business in Pakistan and abroad, it was learnt here on Monday.

LAHORE– The top brass of engineering companies from the US, Germany, UK and France have paid visits to NESPAK House, Lahore recently and held meetings with Dr Tahir Masood, Managing Director NESPAK.

During the meetings, the foreign delegates negated the general perception about working in Pakistan and showed interest in promoting relationship with NESPAK while identifying opportunities across major business lines.

They also offered the Management of NESPAK to jointly work on upcoming projects in various development sectors in Pakistan, Middle East and African countries.

The senior officials of M/s AECOM from the US, Multiconsult Group UK, Artelia Group France and ILF Germany held meetings with Dr. Tahir Masood, Managing Director NESPAK on different occasions recently. At these meetings, a good discussion was held on potential cooperation for upcoming business opportunities in Pakistan, the Middle East and African countries.

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NESPAK has an advantage of offering economical billing rates as well as a huge reservoir of skilled and qualified workforce which could help in preparing competitive proposals.

Moreover, NESPAK’s collaboration with foreign engineering firms can yield handsome foreign exchange as well as job opportunities for many talented engineers and other professionals in Pakistan.

NESPAK has already been working on a number of projects in roads, highways and dam sectors with Chinese firms in Pakistan.

Recently, it has won projects in new territories like Gabon and Nigeria in Africa and also exploring business in Uzbekistan and other states. Hopefully, it will secure more business and earn foreign exchange for the country.— PRESS RELEASE