LAHORE - A United States Company Frontier Agricultural Solutions and Training Limited (FAST) has pledged to invest in different fields of livestock and agriculture in Punjab, while Punjab Board of Investment and Trade will assist it by providing strategic information about investment opportunities in the province. In this connection, a 7-member delegation of FAST headed by Regional Director Michael Singleton called on PBIT officers, here today. Vice Chairman PBIT, Rizwan Ullah Khan, briefed the delegation about the scope of investment in Punjab and suggested ways to improve facilitation. He said that PBIT would provided key information about investment opportunities in various sectors in Agriculture and Livestock. PBIT has also connected the delegation with Livestock & Dairy Development Department, Government of Punjab for entering in Public Private Partnership for knowledge transfer. FAST had submitted an Expression of Intent for establishing a series of Knowledge Transfer Centers (KTCs) and Sustainable Agricultural Cooperatives (SACs) throughout Punjab in the fields of Veterinary Research & vaccine production, Dairy & Livestock, cattle fattening and Importing, producing certified seeds and developing system for improved surface water management. A facilitation MoU has also been signed between FAST and PBIT. Both parties are desirous of working together and through MOU have agreed to formalize their collaborative efforts by identifying areas of common interest. The objectives of MOU are to facilitate American investors for their current and future investment projects in various sectors.