LAHORE - There is high demand of textiles, meat, dairy and livestock based products in Iran therefore Pakistani dealing in these sectors must avail this unmatched business opportunity.

This was revealed by LCCI Senior Vice President Almas Hyder on his return from a six-day Iran visit. He took a 26-member delegation to Iran which visited Tehran, Sheraz, Mashhad Chambers of Commerce & Industry, Qom Free Zone and Industries located in TUS Industrial Estate, Mashhad apart from having B-2-B meetings with their Iranian counterparts and high government officials.

The delegation received very warm reception in Iran. On the arrival of Tehran Airport, the delegation was received by the Staff of Commercial Section of Pakistan Embassy.

Almas Hyder said that Iran has a higher requirement for our textile products including T-Shirts, Denim Jeans and Home Textiles. There is a need to form a textile delegation comprising leading companies, as soon as possible. He said that there is also a great demand for meat therefore Pakistani meat exporters should avail this opportunity.

The Iranian side wanted that the agreed gas pipelines between Pakistan and Iran should be connected soon. The Iranian power companies can provide 5000 megawatts of electricity to Pakistan”, LCCI senior vice president added.