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Aisha Steel Mills

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Mr Hasib Rehman

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Mr Hasib Rehman

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Mr Hasib Rehman CEO of ...

www.steelguru.com [cached]

Mr Hasib Rehman CEO of Aisha Steel Mills said that Pakistani firms Universal Metal Corp and Arif Habib Ltd will have a 49% and 25% stake respectively in the venture being established in Karachi at a cost of USD 100 million."He added that the plant is expected to be completed in two years and it will have an initial capacity of 220,000 tonnes per annum.The steel mills will cater to the growing demand of cold rolled coils in the country and cater to the automotive and engineering industries as well as value added products for the home appliances sector.The capacity of the mills will be later increased to 350,000 tonnes.

Aisha Steel Mills would be the second Pakistani firm to manufacture CRCs after the state-run Pakistan Steel Mills.


Mr Hasib Rehman CEO of ...

www.bluestarpk.com [cached]

Mr Hasib Rehman CEO of Aisha Steel Mills said that Pakistanstani firms Universal Metal Corp and Arif Habib Ltd will have a 49% and 25% stake respectively in the venture being established in Karachi at a cost of USD 100 million. He added that the plant is expected to be completed in two years and it will have an initial capacity of 220,000 tonnes per annum. The steel mills will cater to the growing demand of cold rolled coils in the country and cater to the automotive and engineering industries as well as value added products for the home appliances sector. The capacity of the mills will be later increased to 350,000 tonnes.

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Mr Hasib Rehman CEO of ...

forum.bluestarpk.com [cached]

Mr Hasib Rehman CEO of Aisha Steel Mills said that Pakistanstani firms Universal Metal Corp and Arif Habib Ltd will have a 49% and 25% stake respectively in the venture being established in Karachi at a cost of USD 100 million."He added that the plant is expected to be completed in two years and it will have an initial capacity of 220,000 tonnes per annum.The steel mills will cater to the growing demand of cold rolled coils in the country and cater to the automotive and engineering industries as well as value added products for the home appliances sector.The capacity of the mills will be later increased to 350,000 tonnes.

Aisha Steel Mills would be the second Pakistanstanstanstanstanstanstani firm to manufacture CRCs after the state-run Pakistanstanstanstanstanstanstan Steel Mills.


The Prime Minister was talking to ...

www.app.com.pk [cached]

The Prime Minister was talking to Hasib Rehman, CEO Aisha Steel Mills, who called on him at the PM Secretariat today.

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The Prime Minister was talking to ...

www.app.com.pk [cached]

The Prime Minister was talking to Hasib Rehman, CEO Aisha Steel Mills, who called on him at the PM Secretariat today.

The Prime Minister said Pakistan was increasingly becoming a base for skilled people and could be used as a regional manufacturing hub for local consumption as well as exports.
This will enable the investors to leverage Pakistan's human capital, its location and ease of doing business, he said.
The Prime Minister appreciated the investment made by Aisha Steel Mills and termed it a major joint venture between Pakistani and Japanese investors.
He said steel as a commodity was very much in demand and increased investment in manufacturing would augur well for future growth and development of the country.
The Prime Minister said the infrastructural investments being undertaken by the public and private sectors had increased demand for steel, both for industrial as well as construction purposes.
He said this would augur well for investments in the steel manufacturing business.

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