Pak team to Sweden will seek energy solutions

KARACHI (PR): A delegation of Pakistan companies will visit Sweden from 24-29 November to hold meetings with green technology and renewable energy experts and companies to explore opportunities for partnerships and joint ventures for transfer of Swedish expertise and technologies to Pakistan.

Sweden ranks first among the world’s 10 greenest economies in 2014 and a bulk of the country’s energy needs are met through renewable sources such as wind, water, biogas and district power and heating produced from household and municipal waste.

 Of the total 216TWh energy consumed in Sweden in 2013, more than 50 per cent came from renewable sources excluding nuclear energy, which accounted for 14.9 per cent of total consumption.  

Bashir Ali Mohammad, Chairman of Gul Ahmed Textile Mills Limited and Sweden’s Honorary Consul General in Karachi, said industries and businesses in Pakistan are now beginning to realise the need and long-term benefits of green technologies and renewable power generation. “We see a big potential, Pakistan’s energy needs are rising, the industries and the economy cannot realise their real growth potential at home and in the export markets without reliable supplies of energy,” Ali Mohammad said.

Gul Ahmed Textile Mills Limited is one of the largest exporters of textiles to Sweden, and Ali Mohammad contends that the Pakistani textile industry has a lot more to offer to the quality-conscious Scandinavian markets. “Our goal is to increase exports and provide exposure and access to Pakistani fashion designers and brands to the Scandinavian markets,” Ali Mohammad said.

 

 

 

Galaxy Note 4 gets good

response

LAHORE (PR): The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is the latest edition in the ongoing journey of innovation by Samsung. Since its recent launch in Pakistan, the new smartphone has attracted a tremendous response from the technology enthusiasts, who aspire to benefit from the next-generation telecom technology and digital infotainment. The buyers have expressed a deep fascinating with the revolutionary user experience delivered by this feature-rich device.  

The key features of this new device include; a Quad-core 2.7 GHz Processor, along with an Android 4.4.4 (KitKat) and a massive 3 GB RAM. This Category 6 LTE device also boasts a 16 megapixel camera with a wide-selfie mode, Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colours Li-Ion 3220 mAH battery, as well as PhotoNote.

In Pakistan, the Galaxy Note 4 comes with accidental insurance coverage, to compensate for any screen breakage, liquid damage and numerous other types of accidental damages. Moreover, all Galaxy Note 4 buyers are thoroughly enjoying the 6 months, free internet package offering free Whatsapp, Twitter and Line.

The Managing Director of Samsung Pakistan – John Park expressed his pleasure on the great success of this new innovation. He appreciated the overwhelming response from the large number of discerning customers in Pakistan, who have made is intelligent choice, as their new cutting-edge smartphone. He stated that; This new device has created a real sensation in the Pakistani market, where the technology enthusiasts are now thronging the Samsung outlets and franchises to get hold of this coveted device.  

To further enrich the customer-experience, Samsung Electronics Pakistan has launched Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in collaboration with the super-fast 3G telecom network of Telenor. Being a global technology leader, Samsung is committed to continue providing its Pakistani fans with an increasingly diverse and thrilling range of Galaxy devices, to meet their rapidly evolving needs for connectivity and social-empowerment.

 

 

 

Laurelbank silver jubilee

LAHORE (PR): Laurelbank School System is celebrating its Silver Jubilee this year. An Alumni get together was arranged in this connection. The  old students attended it in large numbers. The young lads and lasses of the yesteryears had now become responsible men and women making useful contribution to the society. The Managing Director Dr. Salma Mian welcomed the old students warmly.

Teachers who had rendered unblemished service to the school were presented souvenirs  to acknowledge their contribution. The aims and objectives of the ALPS (Associates of Laurelbank Public School)  were explained and adopted.

The students promised to work for ALPS network and for the betterment of the school. The apex point of the ceremony was the speeches based on the reminiscences of the students. Some had tears whereas  others made the audience laugh while  narrating their mischievous  activities.

 

 

 

Finland envoy visits TDAP

KARACHI (PR): Rauli Suikkanen, Ambassador of Finland, visited TDAP Hq Karachi meeting with S. M. Muneer, CE TDAP, Ms. Rabiya Javeri Agha, Secretary TDAP and other senior officers of TDAP to promote trade relations between both the countries.

SM Muneer, Chief Executive TDAP, welcome the guest along with his team and highlighted the trade potential between both the countries especially in the field of IT and Engineering.

Ms. Rabiya Javeri Agha, Secretary TDAP, apprised that there is great potential of trade between both the countries and Pakistan may get benefit from the expertise of Finland in the fields of IT, Paper, Mining and other engineering related fields.

Rauli Suikkanen, Ambassador of Finland, thanked and Secretary TDAP for the meeting and communicated that promotion of trade and economic relations with Pakistan is high on the agenda of this meeting. He disclosed that they are organizing trade events / seminar in Islamabad and subsequently Lahore in the month of February 2015 with the help of Pak – Finland Trade Council. S M Muneer, C.E. TDAP, invited them to participate in Expo Pakistan 2015 scheduled to be held from 26th February 2014. It was agreed that delegation of Finland will visit Expo Pakistan 2015 and subsequently TDAP will send a trade delegation to Finland to further enhance the trade ties.