ISLAMABAD - In continuation of its efforts to promote Pakistan’s engineering industry at different forums, Engineering Development Board (EDB) is organising an Engineering Pavilion in collaboration with TDAP at Expo Pakistan 2013, from September 26th to 29th, 2013 at Expo Centre, Karachi.

In order to give a boost to export of engineering goods, attract foreign buyers and to showcase capabilities of engineering industry of Pakistan, EDB is showcasing the product line of more than 40 leading engineering companies from various sub-sectors at the platform of the Expo. The Engineering Pavilion is branded as “Engineering Pakistan”. Among others, many prominent engineering companies such as Qadbros, Hino Pak, N.J. Industries, Orient Tractors, D.S. Motors, HMC, PECO, HEC, Surgical Instruments Manufacturers, Fibre Craft Industries, PEL, Hero Motors, Sazgar Engineering Works, Starco Fans, Adamjee Engineering and Exide Pakistan Ltd etc are participating in the event. Besides, key manufacturers of auto parts and components, valves, pumps, pipes, castings, rims and dies & moulds etc are joining the engineering pavilion for projection of their products.

Many foreign buyers have come to the event and the country is receiving export orders worth millions of dollars.

 from foreign buyers hailing from around 70 countries. Major delegations are from US, Japan, Malaysia, Poland, Netherlands, Hong Kong, China, Iran, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Indonesia etc.

Over the last few years, Expo Pakistan has been developed into a reputable international event where Pakistani exhibitors showcase their products to international buyers. This year around 550 exhibitors across Pakistan are displaying their products. This fair is a one-stop forum for the foreign buyers to view full range of Pakistani export products and develop long-term business relations.

For enhancing exports of engineering goods from Pakistan EDB has been successfully organizing international trade fairs and exhibitions exclusively for Pakistan’s engineering industry which has entered into joint ventures with international companies as a result of EDB’s efforts of market expansion.