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Introduction

D.G. Khan Cement Company Limited, (DGKCC) is amongst largest cement manufacturers of Pakistan with a
production capacity of 14,000 tons per day (4.200 million tons/annum). DGKCC has three cement plants, two plants
located at Dera Ghazi Khan and one at Khairpur Distt. Chakwal. All the plants are based on latest Dry Process
Technology.
The Company operates through a countrywide distribution network managed by different Regional Sales offices. The
Company's products are preferred on projects of national repute both locally and internationally due to the unparallel and consistent quality. The Company is listed on all the Stock Exchanges of Pakistan.
CONTRIBUTION TO ENVIRONMENT
DGKCC production processes are environment friendly and comply with the World Bank's environmental standards.
It has been certified for "Environment Management System" ISO 14001 by Quality Assurance Services, Australia. The
company was also certified for ISO-9002 Quality Management System) in 1998. By achieving this landmark, DG
Khan Cement became the first and only cement factory in Pakistan certified for both ISO 9002 & ISO 14001...
ALTERNATIVE FUELS
Fuel, being one of the major inputs in cement manufacturing cost and ever increasing prices has forced DGKCC to
look for alternate cheaper fuels in order to maintain its results positive. Study was carried to find out suitable fuels
available in the market, DGKCC started with local coal having calorific value ranging 5000-6000 Kcal/ton. After
continuous efforts and search, number of alternate fuels are in use e.g. rice husk, poultry waste, corn cob, corn stick,
cotton dust, cotton sticks etc. Study is underway to explore availability and usage of different other alternate fuels. By
using alternate fuels DGKCC is also contributing its share towards environment control.
History

VISION STATEMENT
To transform the Company into a modern and dynamic cement manufacturing company with
qualified professionals and fully equipped to play a meaningful role on sustainable basis in the
economy of Pakistan.

MISSION STATEMENT

To provide quality products to customers and explore new markets to promote/expand sales of the
Company through good governance and foster a sound and dynamic team, so as to achieve optimum
prices of products of the Company for sustainable and equitable growth and prosperity of the
Company.

Establishment
DG Khan Cement Company Limited (DGKCC) was established under the management control of State Cement

Acquisition by Nishat
Nishat acquired DGKCC in 1992 under the privatization initiative of the government. After privatization the com

The Company is principally engaged in the manufacturing and sale of Cement. The Company is member of All P

The management foresees that your Company has splendid capability to grow and flourish
further. However, organizations work in various layers of environments all of which have
different spells. It requires untiring and sincere efforts from government to support the shaky
economic situation and may demand tough decisions. But decisions should be in the right
directionEnergy being the life line of economy is vital to economic growth of a country. New
ventures need to be explored to generate extra energy at a cheaper rate. High increase in
electricity and gas tariffs would increase the cost of business. Middle East, specifically Gaza,
Syria and Iraq unrest may cast frustrating impacts on global economy including Pakistan. This
unrest may result in Oil price hikes which would be translated into high inflation.
It was expected earlier that PKR would depreciate against USD but due to some better inflow
position in foreign reserves the PKR was stabilized between 98-99 for few months. Owing to
recent political turmoil PKR is again at 100-101 In Finance Act passed in June 13 for FY14, the
government has taken various steps to document the economy and to generate extra revenue
from tax sources. However, due to lack of planning this put extra burden on business community.
Moreover, instead of broadening tax base, government put extra burden on current tax payers in
terms of documentation It is expected that local demand of cement may increase due to expected
government spending on infrastructure projects. Revival activities may result in additional
demand