Pakistan becoming big name as fruit, vegetable processor

February 10, 2014
Karachi – Durrani Associates has been recognised at national level with Export Trophy Award by the Government of Pakistan and Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI).

Babar Khan Durrani, Director Durrani Associates has been conferred a Best Regional Export Award by Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif for valuable services of his company in processing and exports of fruits and vegetables to different countries. Durrani said that his ambition is to serve the country with enhancing exports of Pakistan’s fresh and processed fruits and vegetables to maximum countries of the world through utilising state-of-art technology and hi-tech cold storage facilities at the company.

He said that Durrani Associates has secured tremendous achievement in the history of the country opening markets of eight different countries in the region during brief period of two years through exports of mangoes whereas it has continued to exports citrus, onions and potatoes to different countries in rising volumes for past many years.

The secret behind the success of Durrani Associates is the vision of AQ Khan Durrani, a founder of the company, who spent his 27 years of his life in the field of research, innovation and processing, he said and added with his untiring efforts, Durrani Associates has not only brought fame for company but it got recognised Pakistan as a sole country of the world having a unique technology of fruit and vegetable process. Durrani Associates will continue to open new avenues and markets for Pakistan and Pakistani farmers with the aim to promote name, product and exports of the country, Durrani vowed. He thanked Pakistan’s Premier Mian Nawaz Sharif, FPCCI leadership, businessmen and exporters, and all his team members for supporting his endeavours to promote Pakistan and its agriculture products. NATION

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