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DAEWOO BUS SERVICE

INTRODUCTION :Daewoo is the first and the biggest foreign investment Company with an advanced and organized transport system in Pakistan. It is the only transport company to have nationwide network with various international trade links. Being a transport service provider the company owns a large fleet of buses, Technically Advanced Workshops to maintain the fleet for the safety of the passengers, State of the Art Terminals, Training Institutes for Drivers and Mechanical Staff.

Daewoo has been rendering transport facilities for the last 14 years to the people of Pakistan and appreciated by the masses simultaneously highly praised by the Governments of Pakistan as well as Korea for its consistent success. Media of both the countries often express appreciation for the revolutionary accomplishment of the Company in transport sector, through various channels

TERMINALS :-

1. Abbotabad :- Abbottabad 116 km (72 miles) from Rawalpindi and 217 km (135 miles) from Peshawar is a small town in a spacious valley
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surrounded by green hills. It is also a popular summer resort 1255 meters (4120 feet) above sea-level. It lies on the newly constructed Karakoram Highway. It is a popular health resort c.4000 ft (1220 m) above sea level in the Himalaya region. Founded by Sir James Abbott a deputy commissioner of British India it was an important British military post.Daewoo started its services from Abbotabad in June 2003.
Address :- Near Missile Chowk Mandian Main Mansehra Road Abbottabad Cantt. Phone:- 0992-111-007-008 FAX :-0992-384718

2. Bahawalpur:- Bahawalpur is 899 km from Karachi. The city is also known as Baghdad-ul-Jadid. The founder of the state of Bahawalpur was Nawab Bahawal Khan Abbasi. It is an important marketing centre for the surrounding areas and is located on the cross roads between Peshawar Lahore Quetta and Karachi. There are three palaces the main one Noor Mehal. Bahawalpur is also known for its distinctly embroiderd slippers and shoes and the filigree pottery which is made here. It has a marble mosque in the Fawara Chowk and a few British buildings like the Science College. Bahawalpur has a modest museum having a fine collection of coins medals postage stamps of former State of Bahawalpur manuscripts documents inscriptions wood carvings camel skin paintings historical models and stone carving etc. of Islamic and pre-Islamic period.Bahawalpur terminal started its services on 21st May 2004.
Addrress :- Opp. Sadiq Public School near NLC Ahmadpur Road (Dera Nawab Sahib Road) Bahawalpur Phone :- 0621-111-007-008
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FAX :- 0621-877420

3. Dera Ghazi Khan:Address :- Moza Ghadae Ghadae Shumali, Near New GBS, Dera Ghazi Khan Phone :- 064-111-007-008 FAX :- 064-2472483

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Dera Ismail khan:- Dera Ismail Khan takes its name from Ismail
Khan Baluch chief who settled here towards the end of the 15th century and whose descendants ruled for 300 years. Dera means a place people gather for activities. The present town stands 4 miles back from the permanent channel of the river. Dera Ismail Khan District is an administrative district of Pakistans North-West Frontier Province. It is bounded on the east Punjab Province to the southwest by South Waziristan district and to the northwest by Tank and Lakki Marwat districts.

Address :- Opp. Khan Plaza Bannu Road D.I Khan Phone :- 0966-111-007-008 FAX :- 0966-43385

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Faisalabad:- Faisalbad formerly known as Lyallpur is bounded on the


North and West by Hafizabad Jhang and Toba Tek Singh districts respectively. In the East it touches Sheikhupura district and in the South it is bounded by the river Ravi across which lies Okara district. It is an important transportation and commercial center especially for grains cloth and ghee (clarified butter). Manufactures include textiles pharmaceuticals chemical fertilizer bicycles textile machinery hosiery flour sugar vegetable oil and soap. The city was founded by Sir James

Lyall c.1895 and named in his honor.Faisalabad terminal was started on 20th February 2002.
Address :- Chowk Akberabad near Allied Hospital Panj Pullian Road Faisalabad Phone :- 041-111-007-008 FAX :- 0 41-2627460

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Hyderabad:- Hyderabad (pop. 1151274) is a city in the Sind province


of Pakistan. It lies on the banks of the Indus River. Hyderabad is a rail and road junction and an important trade center. The railroad runs north to Peshawar and south to Karachi. The University of Sind lies on the west bank of the Indus. There are also several government colleges and the Liaqat Medical College. Industries include cotton ginning rice and oilseed milling tanning and the manufacture of agricultural machinery and cement. The city is famous for its hand embroideries and leatherwork. Sarfaraz Khan built the city in 1782 as a fort.

Address :- A-21 (Bilal Palace) Block C Unit # 7 Auto Ban Road Latifabad Hyderabad Phone :- 022-111-007-008 FAX :- 022-3821607

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karachi:- Pakistan commercial centre and largest city is a sprawling


place of bazaars hi-tech electronic shops scurf-infested older buildings modish new hotels and sweeping vistas over the Arabian sea. Intermittent civil unrest has impacted on the flow of tourism to the city.Sights are spread far and wide so its best to travel by taxi or rickshaw. A good place to start is the Quaid-i-Azam Mausoleum a monument to Pakistans founder Mohammed Ali Jinnah. More impressive is the white-marbled Defence Housing Society Mosque with its single dome claimed to be the largest of its kind in the world.Karachi has the dubious distinction of having a more visible security presence than perhaps any other Pakistani city.
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Address :- Sector 3-B Coridor Area Scheme # 33 Main Super Highway Phone :- 021-111-007-008 FAX :- 021-2793290

8. Lahore:Address :- Opp. TTC Khanewal Road Qaddafi Chowk Multan Phone :- 061-111-007-008 FAX :- 061-6776363

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Multan:- Multan is located in the southern part of the country. Multan


a big and historical city is famous for many shrines and holy places of great Ulemas sufis and saints. It is well developed city and government is connecting this city to Fasilabad and Islamabad via motorway to increase trade between the major cities. It is an important road and rail junction an agricultural center and a market for textiles leather goods and other products. The citys industries include metalworking flour sugar and oil milling and the manufacture of textiles fertilizer soap and glass. Multan is also known for its handicrafts especially pottery and enamel work.Multan terminal was started on September 1 2000.

Address :- Opp. TTC Khanewal Road Qaddafi Chowk Multan Phone :- 061-111-007-008 FAX :- 061-6776363

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Peshawar :- Peshawar is the capital of the North-West Frontier


Province Pakistan. A road and rail center near the famed Khyber Pass Peshawar is an important military and communications center and the major depot for trade with Afghanistan. Peshawar is one of the most colorful Pakistani cities. It?s on the Afghan border; give it a real border
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town flavor. Industries include food processing and the manufacture of steel cigarettes firearms textiles pharmaceuticals furniture and paper and board.Peshawar Terminal was started on 25th November 2002.
Address :- GTS Workshop Opp. General Bus Stand G.T. Road Peshawar Phone :- 091-111-007-008 FAX :- 091-2651789

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Rawalpindi:- 275 km (171 miles) to the north-west of Lahore is


Rawalpindi. It occupies the site of an old village inhabited by the Rawals a tribe of Yogis. It is fast developing into a large modern city. It has many play grounds a pleasant club an Army Museum a number of good hotels and restaurants and a huge Ayub Park Rawalpindi is the last halting post leading to the numerous holiday spots and hill resorts of the north such as Murree Nathiagali Ayubia Abbottabad Swat Kaghan Gilgit Hunza Skardu and Chitral.Daewoo started its Bus Service for Rawalpindi on 26th April 1998. It is one of the initial terminals of the Company.

Address :- Near Kohinoor Textile Mills Fazalabad Peshawar Road Rawalpindi Cantt. Phone :- 051-111-007-008 FAX :- 051-5481803

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Sadiqabad :- Sadiqabad is at the border of Punjab and Sind province.


Keeping in view the important geographical location of Sadiqabad Daewoo started its bus service for Sadiqabad on 20th April 2005.

Address :- Near Sabz Mandi KLP Road Sadiqabad Phone :- 068-5802030 FAX :- 068-5802110

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Sargodha :- Sargodha known for Pakistan Air Force base is situated


on the lower Jhelum Canal. It is a center for trade in cotton and other agricultural commodities. Sargodha has manufactures in hosiery textiles chemicals and soap. Sargodha has very rich agricultural land and a division headquarter.it includes khushab mianwali bhakar and sargodha itself.Daewoo Express Bus Service started its operation in Sargodha in October 1999.

Address :- Opp. Bus Stand Chak # 47 Muradabad Colony College Road Sargodha Cantt. Phone :- 0451-111-007-008 FAX :- 0451-221704

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Sialkot :- Sialkot is said to have been founded by Raja Sala and


refounded by Raja Salivahan in the time of Vikramaditya. The city the district headquarters lies just north of the Aik Nala (Aik Stream) and south of the Jammu Hills. It was once famous as a centre for the manufacture of damascened ware and paper; its modern industries include flour and cotton mills and the production of Surgical Instruments Leather goods Embroidery Ready-made garments Musical Instruments and sporting goods. Almost every product is exported to the world. Sialkot was the birthplace of the famous poet-philosopher Dr. Alama Muhammad Iqbal Faiz Ahmed Faiz and Asghar Sodai and houses several shrines including that of the first Sikh guru Nanak.

Address :- Opp. GBS Near KFC Sialkot Cantt. Phone :- 0524-111-007-008 FAX :- 0524-298805

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Sukkar :-

Address :- Rose Bar B. Q & Resturant Barbarloi-Bypass Near Sukkur Toll Plaza Taluka Distt. Khairpur

Phone :- 071-5657856-9 FAX :-

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Swat :- Swat generally known as the Switzerland of Asia is one of the


most beautiful valleys in the World. Its beauty attracts tourists from all over the world to enjoy the soothing and serene sceneries and the friendly behavior of its inhabitants. A visitor entered in Pakistan would never be contented without roaming about Swat. In the valley of Swat civilizations are begotten. Different religions had flourished here. This historical land has seen the rise and decline of various religions. The beauty attraction and grace of the valley of Swat is well known throughout the world. This area is witness to the generosity of nature. its fragrance enchanting sights moderate climate pleasant environment snow covered high peaks tumultuous Swat River singing water falls crystal clear rills and springs and the beautiful valley of lilies attract everyone to itself. Service for Swat was started on 13th May 2005.

Address :- Near PSO Filling Station Amman Kot G.T.Road Mongora Swat Phone :- 0936-729101-6 FAX :- 0936-729105

MIDWAY STOPOVER : Batkhela :Address :- Sahib Zada Market Near Mian Sultan Baba Chowk G.T Road Phone :- 0932-415923-4 Fax :-

Bhakkar :-_
Address :Phone :Fax :Deawoo Terminal Opp. General Bus stand Jhang Road 0453-515574

Bhalwal :Address :- Near General Bus Stand City Road Bhalwal Phone :- 0489-644772 Fax :-

Chiniot :Address :- Taj Mahal Restaurent Near New Session Court Jhang Road Chiniot Phone :- 0466-334545 Fax :-

Gujrat :Address :- Zaib Plaza near Faisal Cinema G.T Road Gujrat Phone :- 0533-534794 Fax :-

Jhang :Address :- Safdar Petroleum Services Jhang-Shorkot Road Jhang

Phone :- 0471-627688 Fax :-

Karak : Address :- Al-Saudi Hotel Mashi Khel Chowk Karak Phone :- 0927-211917 Fax :-

Khanewal :Address :- City Gate Hotel & Restaurent Bypass Road Niazi Chowk Khanewal Phone :- 0652-58586 Fax :-

Kohat :Address :- Afridi A-1 Hotel Highway Chowk Bannu Road Kohat Phone :- 0922-554544 Fax :-

Mardan :Address :- Mardan Phone :- --------Fax :-

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Mianwali :Address :- Shehzad Hotel Shahrah-e-Fizaiya Mianwali Phone :- 0459-236239 Fax :-

Moro :Address :- Abbasi Perroleum Service Dadu Chowk Bypass Road moro. Naushera Froze. Phone :- 0242-413085-7 Fax :-

Murree :Address :- Cantt. Board Plaza Cart Road Murree Phone :- 0593-412185 Fax :-

Nowshera :Address :- Army Welfare Shops near CMH The Mall Nowshera Cantt. Phone :- 0923-611190 Fax :-

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Okara :Address :- Mashrrom Hotel & Restaurant Okara Cantt Main G.T Road Okara Phone :- 044-2880587 Fax :-

Rahim Yar Khan :Address :- Chowk Bahadurpur Rahim Yar Khan Phone :- 0731-89780-1 Fax :-

Sahiwal :Address :- Royals Hotel Bypass Road Sahiwal Phone :- 0441-224151 Fax :-

Talagang :Address :- Jahangir Hotel Near Shell Pump Mianwali Road Phone :- 0543-413119 Fax :-

Taunsa :-

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Address :- Green Land Restaurant Phone :- 064-2601444 Fax :-

SCHEDULE :-

From Abbotabad To.. Departure Arrival Departur e Time 10:15 17:30 12:30 10:15 17:30 06:30 11:15 06:30 10:15 Arriva l Time 23:20 06:20 18:35 13:20 20:35 13:30 18:30 08:45 12:30 Fare 2,220 2,220 1,270 4,350 4,350 1,390 1,390 380 380 Date 28-05-2013 28-05-2013 28-05-2013 28-05-2013 28-05-2013 28-05-2013 28-05-2013 28-05-2013 28-05-2013 Seats 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 Stops 5 4 2 10 10 2 2 1 1

Abbotabad Bahawalpur Abbotabad Bahawalpur Abbotabad Chiniot Abbotabad Karachi Abbotabad Karachi Abbotabad Lahore Abbotabad Lahore Abbotabad Rawalpindi Abbotabad Rawalpindi

From Bahawalpur To

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Departure

Arrival

Departure Arrival Time Time 00:15 04:00 00:10 06:10 01:00 03:30 00:15 04:00 1255 17:05 04:30 10:30 07:15 09:45 12:05 16:15 10:20 12:00 13:45 14:10

Fare 2,220 2,220 750 750 1,000 1,000 2,220 2,220 1,550 1,550 2,500 2,500

Departure Date 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013

Seats Stops 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 4 5 1 1 2 2 3 4 2 3 4 5

Bahawalpur Abbotabad Bahawalpur Abbotabad Bahawalpur Dharki Bahawalpur Dharki Bahawalpur Faisalabad Bahawalpur Faisalabad Bahawalpur Haripur Bahawalpur Haripur

Bahawalpur Rawalpindi 00:15 Bahawalpur Rawalpindi 02:00 Bahawalpur Karachi Bahawalpur Karachi 00:00 00:10

From Dera Ghazi Khan To

Departur e

Arrival

Departu Arrival re Time Time 01:10 11:50 00:30 03:00 01:10 04:50 15:30 12:50 15:10 10:50

Fare 630 630 2,070 2,070 1,540

Departure Date 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013

Seats 41 41 41 41 41

Stops 1 1 4 4 4

D.G.Khan D.I.Khan D.G.Khan D.I.Khan D.G.Khan Hyderabad D.G.Khan Hyderabad D.G.Khan Rawalpindi

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D.G.Khan Rawalpindi

12:40

22:20

1,540

25-05-2013

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From Dera Ismail Khan To

Departure Arrival D.I.Khan D.I.Khan D.I.Khan D.I.Khan D.I.Khan D.I.Khan Bakkar Bakkar

Departure Arrival Time Time 08:00 13:30 09:00 14:30 13:15 18:45 15:45 21:15

Fare 160 160 890 890 1,300 1,300

Departure Date 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013

Seats 45 45 45 45 45 45

Stops 0 0 2 2 3 3

Faisalabad 08:00 Faisalabad 13:30 Lahore Lahore 08:00 13:30

From Batkhela To Departure Arrival Batkhela Lahore Departure Arrival Time Time 10:25 18:45 Fare 1,430 Departure Date 25-05-2013 Seats 41 Stops 2

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Batkhela Batkhela Batkhela Batkhela Batkhela

Lahore Mardan Mardan

13:10 07:55 10:25

21:30 09:40 12:10 13:50 16:35

1,430 290 290 640 640

25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013

41 45 41 41 41

2 0 0 1 1

Rawalpindi 10:25 Rawalpindi 12:10

From Bakkar To. Departure Arrival Bakkar Bakkar Bakkar Bakkar Bakkar Bakkar Chiniot Departure Arrival Time Time 00:45 04:45 13:15 18:45 07:15 15:45 01:40 Fare 760 800 800 1,210 1,210 420 Departure Date 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 Seats 45 45 45 45 45 45 Stops 1 1 1 2 2 0

Faisalabad 09:15 Faisalabad 14:45 Lahore Lahore Mianwali 00:45 09:15 23:40

From Bhalwal To Departure Arrival Bhalwal Bhalwal Bhalwal Jhang Jhang Multan Departure Arrival Time Time 00:00 09:30 00:00 03:05 12:35 05:45 Fare 520 520 970 Departure Date 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 Seats 45 45 45 Stops 1 1 2

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Bhalwal Bhalwal Bhalwal

Multan

09:30

15:15 08:45 13:15

970 560 560

25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013

45 45 45

2 0 0

Rawalpindi 06:25 Rawalpindi 10:55

From Chinoit To Departure Arrival Chinoit Chinoit Chinoit Chinoit Chinoit Chinoit Bakkar Bakkar Lahore Lahore Multan Multan Departure Arrival Time Time 14:30 14:30 05:00 08:00 14:45 18:45 18:30 18:30 07:15 10:15 19:00 23:00 Fares 760 760 530 530 790 790 Departure Date 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 Seats 45 45 45 45 45 45 Stops 1 2 2 0 1 1

From Gujranwala To Departure Arrival Departure Arrival Time time 21:00 04:00 01:15 21:00 00:00 05:00 07:30 01:45 Fares 590 590 1,140 920 Departure Date 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 Seats 45 45 45 45 Stops 0 0 2 1

Gujranwala Faisalabad Gujranwala Faisalabad Gujranwala Peshawar Gujranwala Jhang

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Gujranwala Rawalpindi 16:30 Gujranwala Rawalpindi 10:30

19:45 13:45

720 720

25-05-2013 25-05-2013

45 45

1 1

From Karachi To Departure Arrival Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi Karachi Departure Arrival Time Time 14:45 20:46 18:00 21:25 07:10 18:40 Fares 2,500 2,500 1,880 1,880 3,460 3,460 Departure Date 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 Seats 41 41 41 41 41 41 Stops 4 4 3 3 8 8

Bahawalpur 01:00 Bahawalpur 01:01 Kashmore Kashmore Mianwali Mianwali 07:00 10:30 10:30 22:00

From Lahore To Departure Arrival Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Lahore Departure Arrival Time Time 08:15 10:15 22:45 07:40 12:10 10:05 Fares 520 520 480 1,390 1,390 490 Departure Date 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 Seats 37 37 45 41 41 41 Stops 0 0 0 1 1 0

Faisalabad 06:00 Faisalabad 08:00 Gujrat Haripur Haripur Okara 20:30 01:30 06:00 08:00

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From Swat To Departure Arrival Swat Swat Swat Swat Swat Swat Lahore Lahore Mardan Mardan Departure Arrival Time Time 09:15 12:00 06:45 09:15 18:45 21:30 09:40 12:10 13:50 16:35 Fares 1,530 1,530 410 410 770 770 Departure Date 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 25-05-2013 Seats 41 41 45 41 41 41 Stops 3 3 1 1 2 2

Rawalpindi 09:15 Rawalpindi 12:00

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CARGO :-

Daewoo Express Cargo Service has been facilitating our valued customers since the inception of Daewoo Express in Pakistan. Our Cargo Setups, adjacent to all terminals, are open 24/7 providing Safe & Speedy dispatch and delivery of cargo consignments to our clients. In addition to the main bus terminals we have several Cargo collection points (for both booking and delivery) strategically located all across the country. Traditionally, Daewoo utilized the buses for the transport of cargo, which is still being done, but with an increase in demand of our cargo service we have inducted a fleet of trucks to haul cargo across our nationwide network without compromising on time. The transit time of our trucks is comparable to Daewoo Express Buses. In short, the induction of the fleet of trucks has increased our capacity and helped us in being punctual in delivering the cargo. Daewoo Express Cargo Service is committed to provide quality services to our valued customers. Our enhanced capacity and capabilities allow us to cater to the needs of our corporate clientele as well. We offer customer specific rates and payment terms to corporate clients.

TERMS AND CONDITION FOR CARGO SERVICE :-

1. The Consignor is required to clearly declare the goods being handed over to the company for cargo and get it indicated in the cargo booking slip.

2. The Consignor is liable to provide complete information about the consignees name (cargo should be booked in the name of an adult person holding ID Card / Driving License / Passport or Company) and contact number. Company shall not be responsible for mishandling of the cargo due to wrong or inadequate information provided by the Consignor.

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3. The consignor is requested to read the booking slip after booking of his/her consignments carefully for details.

4. The consignor is requested to inform the consignee about the consignment # and it's receiving time after the booking of the consignment.

5. The Consignor should also provide the packing list of the cargo at the time of booking the consignment.

6. The goods should be packed properly. Company shall not be responsible for any damage caused due to inadequate packing.

7. The articles / goods / envelope, parcels may be opened in the presence of the Consignor as a precautionary measure.

8. Any tax, if payable will be paid by the consignor separately as per rate fixed by the Government.

9. Cargo Service is not available for cash, jewelry, chemicals, liquor, liquid, paste, inflammables, explosives, gas cylinders (even empty).

10. Company shall not be responsible for any damage / loss to any of the goods (as mentioned at Sr. #9 above) if somebody booked those goods without declaring it.

11. Cargo tariff will be settled on the spot regarding bulky consignments having lesser weight.

12. The company shall not be responsible for the goods not received by the consignee within three full days.

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13. The company shall not be liable for the goods not delivered in time due to any problem during journey.

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The goods shall be transported from companys setup to setup only.

15. The company is not liable for leakage, shortage, breakage and spoilage by sun, rain water and weather.

16. The company will send the goods at the earliest possible opportunity in one lot or in part according to its convenience.

17. The company does not take any responsibility for loss or damage in transit due to accident en route or floods etc.

18. The company shall not be responsible for any damage to any perishable item due to inevitable delay.

19. The Consignor must furnish such information and documents to the company as are necessary to meet the requirement of custom or police before the cargo can be delivered to the consignee. The Consignor is liable to the company for any damage occurring due to the absence, insufficiency or irregularity of any such information or documents.

20. The Consignor is responsible for the correctness of the particulars and statements relating to the Cargo, in the consignment note.

21. Passports, I.D. Cards, Air-Tickets etc. are booked at the Consignors risk and company will not be responsible for any loss in this regard.

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22. The company is not liable for any damage directly or indirectly arising out of compliance with laws, government regulations / order or requirements or for any reason beyond companys control.

23. Extra tariff will be charged for consignments booked for / from shuttle service point / cargo collection points.

24. The consignee is required to produce valid identification, e.g. National Identity Cards, Driving License or Passport for receiving the goods. Authority letter shall be provided by the recipient if the consignment is booked in the name of a company etc. Visiting card is not acceptable in lieu of authority letter / personal identification. No consignment shall be handed over without sufficient identification.

25. In case the consignee receives the consignment after 3-days of its arrival, demurrage @ 10% of cargo charges of that consignment per day of delay shall be charged by the Terminal Manager / Cargo In-charge.

26. If the cargo consignment (or a part thereof) is lost due to negligence / mistake of the company, Consignor shall be compensated in terms of weight (Rs. 250/- per Kg for electronics, Rs. 20 per Kg for eatables (Fruit / Vegetables etc) while Rs. 100/- per Kg for all other types of cargo) and not in terms of value of the lost portion of the consignment. There will be no compensation for the value of mail or documents etc. and these will be treated as goods as per their weight.

27. For complaint / suggestion, please contact the nearest terminal on UAN 111-007009 or Head-office Complaint Department on 042-111-007-006

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SERVICES :-

TRAVELLING SERVICES :Punctuality Time is the most precious asset at this age. At Daewoo, safety of this asset is guaranteed. Punctuality & regularity is the key feature of our service, which is assured by leaving no stone unturned in making timely departures and arrivals. The passengers are valuable to us, so as their time. Audio / Visual Entertainment Daewoo is committed to make your journey full of comfort & excitement. Traveling starts with recitation of Journey Prayer', followed by Audio Visual Entertainment including: Audio Songs. Family Movies, Dramas, Songs and Documentaries. Switching System with Multiple Choices of Audio & Video All esteemed daily Newspapers are also available in the bus. Provision of Head Phones with every seat for an undisturbed enjoyment Luxury Buses Add comfort to your journey by traveling through our luxury buses. Buses are equipped with Comfortable and spacious seats. Latest audio visual technologies.

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Online tracking system. Apart from this, a calm and peaceful environment is maintained in the bus for a luxurious traveling. Luggage Every possible support is available for carrying personal luggage while traveling. Please be aware that depending on local regulations, certain items which may cause injuries may not be taken on board in your carry-on baggage. Following are some available facilities: Luggage upto 30-kgs can be carried by each passenger. In case of extra luggage, ELT facility can be availed. Attachment of luggage tags for safety and security. Luggage is handled by trained loaders. Porters providing free service. Courteous & Trained Crew Our courteous and trained crew is responsible for a safe & luxurious journey. We are pioneer of introducing the concept of road hostess in the bus. Crew, which consists of Driver, Hostess and A Guard, is selected and trained in a manner to handle its duties professionally. Newspapers & Magazine Passengers can add to their joyful moments during the journey by reading latest newspapers and informative, entertaining and educational contents presented in Daewoo Magazine i.e. "Hamari Manzilen" addition of which has been admired on large basis by valuable customers.

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CITY BUS SERVICES :Pakistan when State of the Buses with advanced and more powerful engines with TECHO Monitoring System were introduced in 1999. Moreover provision of A/C, call bell and announcement system was also the part of this modernistic change in Urban Transport Culture. Since 1999, Daewoo City Bus Division has been serving the valorous people of Lahore. Currently 4 routes are being operated within the city covering all the localities while one Sub-Urban Routes is being operated for Sheikhupura. Similar to urban transport service, same Cultural Revolution was successfully launched for two nearer cities of Lahore i.e. Sheikhupura (Inaugurated on June 7th 2005) as there was no bus service available earlier having such exclusive features. Thus not only the feat was widely appreciated by the citizens of all these localities but the said routes are strengthening the basis of company with optimum output.

NEWS & EVENTS :Launching of OKARA Cantt dated Friday January 14th , 2011,
Daewoo Express Bus Service launched its service from OKARA Cantt dated Friday January 14th , 2011, the service from Okara will operate for nine cities namely Lahore, Karachi, Hyderabad, Moro, Sukkur, R.Y Khan, Bahawalpur, Multan and Khanewal. The service was formally inaugurated by Major General Abid Hassan and Honorable President Daewoo Express Bus Service Mr. C.I Kim. Expressing his views at the occasion, Company President Mr. C.I Kim said that with the launch of Daewoo Express Bus Service operations from Okara, the residents of Okara city will get to enjoy International standard

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bus service which will further help boost the socio-economic activities in the city. Major General Abid Hassan while congratulating Daewoos management added that with the launch of this service from Okara Daewoo Express has provided an opportunity to the residents of Okara to experience a safe, secure and comfortable traveling service, which was much needed. Companys General Manager Operations Mr. Munawar Saeed further added that Daewoo Express along with its Bus service has also launched its Cargo service from Okara city for the connecting nine cities.

Daewoo Pakistan Express Bus Service donates relief goods worth 10 Million for.. the flood vic
President/CEO, Daewoo Pakistan Express Bus Service Mr. C.I Kim see's off 3 trucks carrying relief goods worth Rs.10 Million for the flood victims, while talking to media representatives he further expressed that, in these testing times Daewoo Pakistan Express Bus Service, whole heartedly stands with the people of Pakistan and is trying its utmost best to help and contribute for their relief and rehabilitation of the flood victims. Company's General Manager Operations Mr. Munawar Saeed Sheikh also highlighted that, other than these relief goods, each and every employee of the company has voluntarily announced to contribute and donate their one day salary for this noble cause.

Daewoo has now made travelling a lot more easier, for its Express Bus Service Passengers
Daewoo Express to facilitate its privileged passengers, has now launched its Advance Ticketing Service for Daewoo Express Bus Service form Daewoo City Bus Terminal Lahore situated near Lahore Railway station and very soon this service will also be available at Daewoo Cargo points at Shahalam Market, College road township, Moon market Iqbal town and Sadar Cantt bazaar, Lahore.

Daewoo Express Launches Pakistan's 1st International Standard Workshop & Training Institute
Daewoo Pakistan Express Bus Service launched "Daewoo Express International Standard Workshop & Training Institute" at (32 km Multan road) Sunder Lahore, on Monday 9th August, 2010. Honorable Minister for Transport Punjab Mr. Mujtabah Shuja ur Rehman was the chief guest accompanied by His Excellence Ambassador of the Republic of Korea Mr. Shin Uhn, and Secretary Transport Punjab Mr. Muhammad Yousaf at the inauguration ceremony. The core objective of this Workshop & Training
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Institute is to have well maintained fleet of buses & technically trained staff, which will ensure Daewoo's success in the longer run and will be a compliment to Daewoo Bus Service as it has set another benchmark in service quality assurance.

Lauching of Abbotabad ~ Karachi ~ Abbotabad route on July 31,2009


Daewoo Pakistan Express Bus Service conquered a new milestone by launching a new route of its luxury bus service for Abbotabad~Karachi~Abbotabad on 31st July 2009. We uphold our values and business ethics principles. Professional honesty, dedication and commitment are the landmarks to achieve our goals. In future we endeavor to achieve even higher goals and will keep exploring new opportunities"

Launching of Rawalpindi ~ Karachi route on September 25, 2008


Daewoo Pakistan Express Bus Service conquered a new milestone by launching a new route of its luxury bus service for Rawalpindi~Karachi~Rawalpindi on 25th Sep 2008, major portion of Sindh Province has also been covered to serve with pride. On the inaugural ceremony of this new route high officials told the newsmen that; "Daewoo Pakistan feels proud by introducing this new route to our valuable customers, this service is our excellent gesture in understanding our customer's requirements. We uphold our values and business ethics principles. Professional honesty, dedication and commitment are the landmarks to achieve our goals. In future we endeavor to achieve even higher goals and will keep exploring new opportunities"

Launching of Lahore ~ Karachi and Multan~Karachi routes on May 23, 2008


Daewoo Pakistan Express Bus Service conquered a new milestone by launching a new route of its luxury bus service for Lahore~Karachi~Lahore and Multan~Karachi~Multan on 23rd May 2008, while two new terminals i.e. Sukkur and Moro were also inaugurated on the same date. Thus along with Punjab and N.W.F.P., major portion of Sindh Province has also been covered to serve with pride. This new service is especially routed through Sahiwal, Khanewal, Multan, Sukkur, Moro and Hyderabad. So it will be beneficial for the inhabitants of all these cities. The service from Lahore was inaugurated by Mr.Maroof Afzal (Sect.Transport), Mr.Young Hun Kim (President),
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Mr.Chang IL Kim (CEO) and other high officials. On the inaugural ceremony of this new route high officials told the newsmen that; "Daewoo Pakistan feels proud by introducing this new route to our valuable customers, this service is our excellent gesture in understanding our customer's requirements. We uphold our values and business ethics principles. Professional honesty, dedication and commitment are the landmarks to achieve our goals. In future we endeavor to achieve even higher goals and will keep exploring new opportunities"

Launching of Faisalabad ~ Karachi route on May 22,2009


Daewoo Pakistan Express Bus Service conquered a new milestone by launching a new route of its luxury bus service for Faisalabad~Karachi~Faisalabad on 22nd May 2009. We uphold our values and business ethics principles. Professional honesty, dedication and commitment are the landmarks to achieve our goals. In future we endeavor to achieve even higher goals and will keep exploring new opportunities"

Launching of Haripur
Recently Daewoo Pakistan inaugurated sub-terminal in Haripur (District Hazara) on November 15th 2007 widening its span of network of services for the people of these areas.

Launching of "Premium Plus" Executive Class Service (August 10th 2007)


Committing to maintain the superior quality of service with extra luxuries environment for traveling experience that is beyond the customers satisfaction, Daewoo started its new executive class bus service on August 10th 2007 between Lahore and Rawalpindi named as "Premium Plus". The key features of the service include state of the art BX-212 buses with extended powerful engines and remarkable sitting space for extra comfort. Making Daewoo Express Bus service unmatchable across Asia. Moreover spacious interior, astonishing features for safety, improved quality of refreshments with courteous en route hosting makes the journey a life time experience to have. With the launching of Premium Plus Bus Service, Daewoo has been able to

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keep its monopolistic impact and distinguished market share in the field of road transportation in Pakistan.

Launching of Karachi~Hyderabad Bus Service (September 10th 2007)


Another milestone to serve vigorous people of Karachi and Hyderabad for provision of world class and luxurious express road transportation in the region, Daewoo Pakistan started its bus service between Karachi and Hyderabad from September 10th 2007. Moreover shuttle service between main terminal and city in Karachi was also started on parallel basis to provide the pick and drop service for the valuable passengers. The people of Karachi and Hyderabad welcomed the launching of service heartily and praised the absolute quality of service along with the fundamental feature of punctuality and safety which have made Daewoo a symbol of pride for the people of Pakistan.

Expo Pakistan - Sponsorship and Exhibit (March 2007)


It was stated by the participants and media that "Daewoo' had looted the show in Expo Pakistan 2007 held in Karachi in March 2007. from Korea displayed its full range of product line for the first time in Pakistan. by introducing its other diversified business Products like Stainless steel coils, Stainless steel industrial tools, Stainless steel decorative sheet witch were one of its kind across Asia. Construction materials, and plywood items, and Daewoo Express bus service as well. Daewoo Express Bus Service Ltd provided the shuttle service to the foreign delegates and visitors between Expo Center and various renowned hotels. As Expo Pakistan 2007 was the great opportunity to introduce the variety of strength and to share the productive ideas among its stakeholders, from Korea inspired the Customer Services Market by dominating in various promotional activities which was even applause by the Govt. Sector as well.

Earthquake Relief Work (October 2005)


Earthquake of October 8th 2005 jolted almost more than 60% areas of Pakistan and many populated cities in North especially like Muzaffarabad and Balakot were totally destroyed. On this tragic incident, along with other local and international organizations which provided their relief services for the people of affected areas, Daewoo Pakistan served with its best effective efforts with the assistance of a team of 27 Korean Specialist Surgeons and Doctors, and proved its objective that is To Serve the People of Pakistan.

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CONTACT US :DAEWOO PAKISTAN EXPRESS BUS SERVICE LTD. 231-Ferozepur Road, Near Kalma Chowk, Lahore, Pakistan. UAN: 111-007-008 FAX: 042-5884021

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FAQS :Q: When I can make an advance reservation?

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A: Advance reservation starts 48 hours before the departure till half an hour before. Q: For how much time period this reservation will stay active? A: In case of reservation of less than 4 seats, the reservation remains active till fifteen minutes before the departure. All reservations are cancelled after this time (i.e. fifteen minutes before the departure). In case of more seats, a grace period is specified for the purchase of tickets, after which the reservation is cancelled. Q: How Can I make an advance reservation? A: Advance reservation can be made by two ways 1. Through making a phone call at information and booking center of that particular terminal 2. Through reservation window at that terminal. Q: On which telephone number I should call to reserve seat or get information? A: At all of our main terminals, U.A.N. Number i.e. 111-007-008 is being operated. You can call to this number from your local city or can use the city code in prefix where you want to call. However at sub-terminals, contact numbers are different for each city and thus get numbers through this website in Midway Stopovers Section in Destinations link. Q: After reservation, when I can purchase the ticket? A: Ticket can be purchased at any time after reservation till fifteen minutes before the departure. All reservations are cancelled and seat can be issued to other passengers after this time (i.e. fifteen minutes before the departure). Q: From where I can purchase the ticket? A: Ticket can be purchased from the advance ticketing counter till half an hour before the departure. Current ticketing starts at half an hour before the departure, tickets can be purchased from the specific ticketing counters then Q: Can I send some goods to other cities using this bus service? A: Daewoo has a separate cargo division. For delivery of goods, cargo service is available 24 x 7 at each terminal. Moreover Cargo Pick up Points are also available in Lahore, Rawalpindi, Multan and Faisalabad. Q: What is CBS ? A: CBS stands for City Bus Serivce. It is a sub-company of EBS (Express Bus Service). CBS provides local transport services for the citizens of Lahore.

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