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One Of The Largest Custom Brokerage Houses In Pakistan

CHINA COAL TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING GROUP CORP.


COMPANIES PROFILE
FIRMS NAME : M/s S.M.Asghar (Pvt) Limited
An ISO 9001:2000 Certified Company

COMPLETE ADDRESS : 908-910, 9th Floor, Chapal Plaza, Hasrat Mohani Road
Off I.I.Chundrigar Road, Karachi.

CORPORATE STATUS OF FIRM : PRIVATE LIMITED.

TELEPHONE NO : 00+ 92+21+32468091 -5

FAX NO : 00+92+21+32468090.

FIRMS CUSTOM HOUSE LICENCE NO: 714. (Copy Enclosed).

DATE OF REGISTRATION WITH : 30-03-1980.


CUSTOMS

E- MAIL ADDRESS : smasghar@cyber.net.pk


E- MAIL ADDRESS : info@smasghar.com.pk

Web- Page : http://www.smasghar.com.pk

DATE OF ISSUE OF LICENCE : 30-03-1980.

NUMBER OF STAFF EMPLOYED : 25.

YEAR OF ESTABLISHMENT : 1980.


SECTION 1 : INTRODUCTION

SECTION 2 : SCOPE OF WORK

SECTION 3 : DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS

SECTION 4 : PROJECT REFERENCES

SECTION 5 : PICUTRE GALLARY


We are pleased to inform you that by the Grace of All mighty Allah, currently we are
Handling Projects for valuing more or less US $ 1.2 Billion Dollars.
You will appreciates that in all of the Projects mentioned below we have taken various
Exemptions & benefits of various SROs from Customer to Customer & on Project to
Project Basis.

With our background experience, M/s. S.M.Asghar (Pvt) Limited has successfully completed
all the major & Prestigious Projects of National Importance as well as
International Importance.

We on merit got the benefit of various Concessionary SROs & Exemptions to our valued
Customer to their Entire satisfaction & without any problems and difficulty.
Our team of professionals sits with the Customer prior to the start of the Projects &
developed systems and a general flexibility of approach tailored to our Clients most
Complex of requirements.
We believe that our Professional approach to our Client is unparalleled by any
competitors.
Few of the recent Projects & Customer References are given below, for whom we have
claimed the various SROs & Exemptions to our valued Customer to their entire
satisfaction.
GHAMBAT SOUTH GAS PROCESSING FACILITY (GPF II)
PROJECT OF PAKISTAN PETROLEUM LIMITED (PPL)
SRO: 678(I)/2004, DT: 07-08-2004

MOL MAKORI GAS FIELD


SRO: 678(I)/2004, DT: 07-08-2004

Petrosin Ravi
SRO: 678(I)/2004, DT: 07-08-2004

SHELL GAS
SRO: 678(I)/2004, DT: 07-08-2004
SHV ENERGY PAKISTAN
Various Equipments & Material Including Break Bulk LPG Mixture
SRO: 678(I)/2004, DT: 07-08-2004

Expansion of Plant: RAVI GAS


SRO: 678(I)/2004, DT: 07-08-2004

WEATHERFORD DRILLING
SRO: 678(I)/2004, DT: 07-08-2004

Petrosin Engineering
(One of the Largest Private Sector Project for OGDCL US $ 135 Million Dollars)
SRO: 678(I)/2004, DT: 07-08-2004
DESALINATION & POWER PROJECT at DHA Karachi
(Total Cost of the Project US $ 160 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006

TRANSASIA REFINERY LTD (Re-Location)


(One of the Largest Private Sector Project US $ 700 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006

INDUS REFINERY LTD (Re-Location)


(Another Largest Private Sector Project US $ 650 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006

KARACHI INTERNATIONAL CONTAINER TERMINAL LIMITED (KICTL) at Karachi


EXPANSION PROJECT & NEW GANTRY CRANE
(Total Cost of the Project US $ 400 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006
MANGLA RAISING HYDRO POWER DAM PROJECT
(The Project Cost US $ 100 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006

MANGLA RAISING HYDRO POWER DAM PROJECT


(The Project Cost US $ 100 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006

MIRANI HYDRO POWER DAM PROJECT


(The Project Cost US $ 80 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006

SATPARA HYDRO POWER DAM PROJECT


(The Project Cost US $ 30 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006
KHAN KHWAR HYDRO POWER DAM PROJECT
(The Project Cost US $ 100 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006

DUBER KHWAR HYDRO POWER DAM PROJECT


(The Project Cost US $ 100 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006

GOMAL ZAM HYDRO POWER DAM PROJECT


(The Project Cost US $ 100 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006

JAMSHORO JOINT VENTURE LIMITED (JJVL) PAHSE I


(The Project Cost US $ 45 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006
JAMSHORO JOINT VENTURE LIMITED (JJVL) PAHSE II
(The Project Cost US $ 20 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006

PETROSIN ENGINEERING (Pvt) LTD


QADIRPUR 600 MMSOFD EXPANSION PROJECT
(The Project Cost US $ 6 Million Dollars)
SRO: 678(I)/2004, DT: 07-08-2004

PROGAS LPG STORAGE & HANDLING TERMIANAL


(Private Sector Project US $ 50 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006

FUAJI OIL TERMINAL & HANDLING JETTY FAICILITIES


(The Second Expansion Phase Project US $ 30 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006
CHINA XINJIANG BEIXIN ROAD & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION CO.,LIMITED
PACKAGE 8C-1, ATC COMPLEX AND FCR BUILDING FOR NEW BENAZIR
BHUTTO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PROJECT, ISLAMABAD
(The Project Cost US $ 14 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006

CHINA XINJIANG BEIXIN ROAD & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION CO.,LIMITED


PACKAGE 01 OF AZAD JAMMU & KASHMIR URBAN DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAM FOR ERRA
(The Project Cost US $ 300 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006

ALSTOM PAKISTAN LIMITED


FUAJI FERTILIZER COMPANY ENERGY LIMITED (FFCEL)
SETTING UP OF COMPLETE GRID STATION FOR FIRST WIND ENERGY
FARM PROJECT OF 49.5 MW CAPACITY AT JHAMPIR.
(The Project Cost US $ 20 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006
ALSTOM PAKISTAN LIMITED
ZHORLU WIND POWER ( Heavy Transformers)
SETTING UP OF COMPLETE GRID STATION FOR FIRST WIND ENERGY
FARM PROJECT OF 49.5 MW CAPACITY AT JHAMPIR.
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006

FUAJI FERTILIZER COMPANY ENERGY LIMITED (FFCEL)


SETTING UP OF COMPLETE GRID STATION FOR FIRST WIND ENERGY
FARM PROJECT OF 49.5 MW CAPACITY AT JHAMPIR IN PAKISTAN.
(The Project Cost US $ 50 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006

DESCON ENGINEERING
SETTING UP OF NEW WIND ENERGY FARM FOR FOUNDATION ENERGY 1
(The Project Cost US $ 130 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006
DESCON ENGINEERING
SETTING UP OF NEW WIND ENERGY FARM FOR FOUNDATION ENERGY 2
(The Project Cost US $ 130 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006

DESCON ENGINEERING
SETTING UP OF COMPLETE NEW ASPHALT BUILT UNIT (ABU)
(The Project Cost US $ 30 Million Dollars)
SRO: 575(I)/2006, DT: 05-06-2006
SINDH ENGRO COAL MINING COMPANY BLOCK II
SETTING UP OF NEW COAL MINING FIELD SINDH BLOCK II
(The Project Cost US $ 130 Million Dollars)

SRO: 5TH & 6TH SCHEDULE AND SRO 268

ENGROPOWERGEN THAR PVT LIMITED (EPTL)


SETTING UP COAL FIRED POWER PLANT
02 X 330 MW AT THAR BLOCK II
(The Project Cost US $ 605 Million Dollars)

SRO: 5TH SCHEDULE & 6TH SCHEDULE


Hydro Power Sector
Privilege to Handle the Major Hydropower Power & Dam Projects of National Importance, among
these Projects of National Importance are:
MIRANI HYDRO POWER DAM PROJECT
(The Project Cost US $ 80 Million Dollars)
SATPARA HYDRO POWER DAM PROJECT
(The Project Cost US $ 30 Million Dollars)
MANGLA RAISING HYDRO POWER DAM PROJECT
(The Project Cost US $ 100 Million Dollars)GOMAL ZAM HYDRO POWER DAM PROJECT
(The Project Cost US $ 100 Million Dollars)
DUBER KHWAR HYDRO POWER DAM PROJECT
(The Project Cost US $ 100 Million Dollars)
KHAN KHWAR HYDRO POWER DAM PROJECT
(The Project Cost US $ 100 Million Dollars)
ALAI KHWAR HYDRO POWER DAM PROJECT
(The Project Cost US $ 100 Million Dollars)
DHA DESALINATION

PLANT 3 MIGD & 94 MW

POWER PLANT KARACHI


DHA DESALINATION

PLANT 3 MIGD & 94 MW

POWER PLANT KARACHI


JAMSHORO JOINT VENTURE
LIMITED (JJVL) PAHSE II
(The Project Cost
US $ 80 Million Dollars)
JAMSHORO JOINT VENTURE
LIMITED (JJVL) PAHSE II
(The Project Cost
US $ 80 Million Dollars)
JAMSHORO JOINT VENTURE
LIMITED (JJVL) PAHSE II
(The Project Cost
US $ 80 Million Dollars)
PARCO White Oil Pipeline Project
By China Petroleum & Consortium

Total Project Cost For The PIPE LINE USD $ 500 Million Dollar
PARCO
White Oil Pipeline
Project
By China Petroleum &
Consortium
ICI T11 PTA Plant
SCOPE OF WORK
PREPARATION BEFORE ARRIVAL OF VESSEL
Upon receipt of the written instruction from the Importer / Representatives of the Importer, we will
be in close contact with the shipping Company in order to ascertain the expected arrival date
( ETA ) of the Ocean going Vessel at the Un-loading Port of the Country.

CUSTOM CLEARANCE:

We shall collect in full advance all the necessary documents for the onward Custom Clearance from the
Importer / Representatives of the Importer when intimated and will prepare GD and all the required
documents and formalities to be submitted to the related Custom Authority and Will Complete the
preparation of the GD (Goods Declaration) as per Invoice, Packing List & Bill Of Lading depending on
weather the Vessel has arrived and also subject to the Lodging Of Manifestation of IGM (Import General
Manifest) by the Shipping Company / Shipping Agent.

CONFIRMATION OF THE ARRIVAL


OF VESSEL:-
We shall inform the arrival and the berthing date of the vessel to the Importer / Representatives of the
Importer in order to keep a close Loop for the berthing of the vessel.
OBTAINING THE DELIVERY ORDER:
We shall complete all the formalities required by the relative Shipping Agent / Main Carrier Agent/ relevant
Port Authority and will obtain the Delivery Order from the Shipping Company/ OR their Agent against the
presentation/ submission of Original Bill of Lading. The delivery Order's are generally issued after filing of IGM in
order to ascertain the goods have not been Transshipped.

NECESSARY ASSISTANCE:
We shall provide all necessary Assistance and Consultancy Services Concerning
Custom Clearance to the Importer / Representatives of the Importer.

AIR CARGOES:
We shall also perform the Works Related to the Air Cargo As per
request of Importer / Representatives of the Importer

DELIVERY AT / TO THE PLANT SITE


We shall safely Transport the Cargo by the Trucks, Trailers, Multi Axle, Low Bed
OR as per the requirement & Nature of Cargo to the Warehouse or the open
storage area as per the instruction of Importer / Representatives of the Importer.
CUSTOM DUTIES TAXES
SROs AND NECESSARY PERMITS

All the Plant, Machinery, Equipment and Parts/Spares which are imported
into Pakistan shall be subject to Custom Duties and Taxes Prevailing at the time
of Import.

The Duties and Taxes concerns with the Custom Authorities


as per Pakistan Custom Tariff includes:-

Custom Duty/Duties From 5% Minimum To 20% Maximum

Sales Tax/Taxes 17 %

Income Tax/Taxes 5.5%


There Are Two Major Ports in Karachi

Karachi Port Port Bin Qasim


Karachi Port is Further Divided into 02 Parts, namely;
1) EAST WHARF:

a) Pakistan Container Terminal (PICT) Private Terminal

b) KPT owns few Berths such as Berth No 1 Open, Shed No 02, Shed No 03, Berth No 04 Open,
Berth 10, 11, 12,13,14,15,16 And 17.
c) Ghass Bunder, For Launches, Steamer and Boats

2) WEST WHARF:
a) Karachi International Container Terminal Ltd (KICT)

b) KPT owns few Berths such as Berth Namely 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 And 25
c) Berth Number 25 is for Heavy Lift Cargo that has On Shore Heavy Crane for capacity 50 M/Tons.
The Taxes Concerns with the Port Authorities:-

Port Wharfage
Port Demurrage.
Weighment Charges (If any) (for Products like Pipes of Iron/Steel/Coil-Bar)

For Containerized Cargo the various Yards/Ports are charging different


Handling Charges/Lifting Charges/Examination Charges/RD/Seal Breaking
Charges/Yard Storage Charges.

Please note that for all the above mentioned charges the relevant
Port /Yard will issue Receipts for the relevant charges.

EXCISE TAX
Excise Taxes @ 1.0-1.05% on Import Value/Assessed Value/
Appraise Value by the Customs or any other Charges / Taxes prevailing at
the time of Import shall be Paid by the I m p o r t e r immediately before
the Clearance of the Consignments from the Port.
Further the completion of GDs (Bill of Entry) and other
Custom formalities are subject to the Final Assessment /
Valuation / Any SRO Benefits / PCT confirmation and also
the Container / Marks & Number.
Any discrepancy or mistake or dispute arising due to
Invoice/ Packing List / Bill of Lading OR any other relevant
documents submitted by the Importer, will may render in
delay to clear the consignment.
SUBMITTAL OF SHIPPING GUARANTEE
BOND IN ABSENCE OF ORIGINAL
BILL OF LADING

If there is a delay in the arrival of the Original Bill of Lading, can cause a

delay in getting the Goods/ Cargo release of the from the Port

premises/Yard. A Shipping Guarantee Letter/Bond for the said Bill of Lading

would be therefore required by the shipping company in order to issue the

Delivery Order. It shall be discussed and settle before arrival of the vessel.

We will provide all necessary assistance and advice for the Shipping

Guarantee to the Importer / Representatives of the Importer.


During the Unloading of the Break Bulk/ loose Cargo from the vessel
There are chances of getting the goods Damage OR in case we find
any Loss of Goods and or the Goods already Damage on or after its
receiving We shall report to the Importer / Representatives of
the Importer or Arrange a joint survey as soon as possible.
Marine/Transit insurance Shall be arranged by Importer /
Representatives of the Importer, from Place of Origin up to the
Plant Site
METHOD STATEMENT
Newly Implemented Web-Based One Customs WeBoc) System

WEB BASED ONE CUSTOM (WeBOC)


Under this newly implemented procedure if the Vessel is berthed
at any of the below Ports i.e.
Karachi Port Trust (KPT)
Karachi International Container Terminal (KICTL)
Pakistan International Container Terminal (PICTL)
Qasim International Container Terminal (QICTL Port Qasim)
Air Freight Unit (AFU)
FCL/LCL/Loose/Break Bulk
Goods Declaration (GD) is prepared on Line Under the New WeBOC
System (Via Electronic Mail Data Transfer System).
The G.D (Goods Declaration) is prepared in accordance with
the declaration of the Importer and the documents provided by
the Importer i.e. Commercial Invoice, Bill of Landing and the
Packing List. Thereafter the G.D is submitted to the Custom for
Assessment on Line.
The amount of Custom Duties & Taxes and the Sindh
Infra Structure Fee (CESS) has to be paid in advance as per
the Importer Declaration.
If the assessment by the WeBOC is done as per the
declaration of Importer, than the G.D is processed and the
Importer can take the delivery of the goods, after the payment
of all the necessary Port Dues & Excise Tax.
In case the goods have been processed under WeBOC SYSTEM does not
accept the Importer Declaration, than the Importer may asked for additional
Duties & Taxes or If the Importer wants to Contest with the views of the
Customs than they can go for appeal & meet the Senior Custom Officials along
with the relevant Documents & Proof to justify their claims.
The Custom Authorities May Differ In Three Basic Ways:

1) Disagreement in the PCT OR HS Code Classification.

2) Not Extending the Benefit of the Claimed Benefit/SRO.

3) Disagreement with the Valuation.

The GD is Prepared and filed Online (Via Electronic Filling), as per declaration
of the Importer.
If Customs satisfy with all the 03 criterias mentioned above i.e.
PCT SRO Valuation
The GD is than completed by the Concerned Group. The Importer has to
than pay the Applicable Duties & Taxes after that the GD is forwarded to
the Port side for Examination after which the Importer can take the
Delivery of the goods after the payment necessary Port Dues.
*If Customs do not satisfy with all the 03 Criterias mentioned above i.e.

PCT SRO Valuation

Than the GD is forwarded to the Port Side for Physical Examination to


check the goods are in conformity to the declaration of the Importer &
under the light of Examination Report GD will be completed by the
concerned Group in the Custom House.
FFBL Power Company Limited- NTN & STRN

FFBL Power Company Limited- Excise Exemption (If They Applied)

FFBL Power Company Limited- Exemption Order (If They Applied)

FFBL Power Company Limited- Shipment-Sch-5-6-Condition (iii)

FFBL Power Company Limited- GENERAL LAYOUT OF PLANT

FFBL Power Company Limited- Has To Apply To Wapda For Compliance For The Issuance Of
Coal Based Power Plant In Terms Of 5th Schedule Requirement

FFBL Power Company Limited-(If Apply For CESS Exemption) Government Excise Department
for the Issuance of CESS Exemption.
The following documents are required generally by the customs for processing the B/E for the Cargo arriving
at Sea Port.

I Original Invoice showing complete description of the goods with value of the each individual item
II Detail Packing List showing complete Description, Quantity Gross Wt, Net Wt, Ullage Certificate.
III Original Bill of Lading duly endorsed at the backside in our Favor.
IV Certificate of Origin
V All Govt. Sanctions, Authorization from Government Agencies if any
VII Original Letter of Credit
VIII Sales Tax Registration Certificate
IX Import Registration
X National Tax No Certificate Copy
XI WeBoc Registration (User ID & Pass Word)
X Electronic Information Form

Any other document that may be requested by the Custom to verify the declaration of Importer
The following documents are required generally by the customs for processing the B/E for the Cargo
arriving at Air Port.

I Original Invoice showing complete description of the goods with value of the each
individual item
II Detail Packing List showing complete Description, Quantity, Numbers of Packages, Gross Wt,
Net Wt. and Size of the Packages in Cu Meter
III Original Airway Bill
IV Certificate of Origin
V Complete Catalogue/Drawing for Machinery & Equipment.
VI All Govt. Sanctions, Authorization from Government Agencies if any
VII Original Letter of Credit
VII WeBoc Registration (User ID & Pass Word)
ViiI Electronic Information Form

Any other document that may be requested by the Custom to verify the
declaration of Importer
POSSBLE
DELAYS

Further to the above there may be delays in Clearance due to following reasons:-

I Non availability of the Original Documents, such as BL


II Delay in meeting Custom Queries.

III Strikes / Weather, Act of God, Force Major Etc

IV Delays due to Non-availability of concerned officers.

V Delays in receipts of payments

VI Delays due to the Non-fulfillment of Shipping Companies

VII Delays due to Non-availability of Trucks / Trailer


Engro Coal Mining Company Ltd (SECMC, a joint venture between the Government of
Sindh and Engro Powergen a subsidiary of Engro Corporation Limited),
China Power International Holding Ltd (CPIH), and Sino Sindh Resources (Pvt) Ltd (SSR)
to develop 6000 MW of Thar coal based power plants in Sindh.
CPIH is a wholly-owned core enterprise of China Power Investment Corporation, one of five State
Power Corporations in the Peoples Republic of China. The principal business of CPIH is to develop,
construct, own, operate and manage large power plants. Currently, the company is managing power
plants with a generation capacity of more than 23,000 MW. SSR and SECMC are the developers of
Thar Coal Mining Blocks-I and Block-II, respectively.

According to the MoU, the parties have reached an intention of jointly developing, within the next 10
years, coal-fired power projects with a total installed net capacity of 6000 MWs in Sindh, Pakistan,
which will be expected to use lignite coal mined from Block 1 and Block 2 in the Thar Coalfields. CPIH
will be the majority shareholder and will be responsible for implementation and execution of the
power projects subject to the signing of the formal agreement and the approval of Pakistan
Government. The power projects will be developed in five (5) phases of 1200 MWs each with a
configuration of 2 x 600MW. Coal mining will be independently developed by SSR and SECMC for
Block 1 and Block 2, respectively, who will supply coal based on the coal demand created by the
power projects developed by CPIH.

It is to be noted that Thar coalfields contain the worlds 7th largest coal reserves estimated at 175
Billion Tons, capable to produce 100,000 MW for the next 200 years. Thar lignite is indigenous,
abundantly available, and ideally suited to produce electricity giving it distinct advantage over
imported coal. Price of Thar Coal is set on a cost plus basis and is not linked to international energy
price movements, thereby, insulating the end consumer of electricity in Pakistan from the vagaries of
international coal price movements. Thar coal also has the advantage of economies of scale, which
will result in a progressively lower coal price and predictable electricity price as the mining operation
scales up and more power plants are added. Most importantly, utilization of Thar coal for power
generation will result in huge foreign exchange savings versus any other imported energy resource.
EPTL obtained Generation License from NEPRA effective on March 18, 2015. Subsequently, EPTL also received Letter of
Support from Private Power and Infrastructure Board (PPIB) dated April 17, 2015. On May 4, 2015, EPTL entered into
Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with National Transmission and Dispatch Company and Implementation Agreement (IA)
and Supplemental IA with Islamic Republic of Pakistan. EPTL also signed Coal Supply Agreement with SECMC on
June 7, 2015. Basic engineering studies were initiated and preliminary geotechnical & topographic surveys were also
completed during the year. CMEC has completed Geotechnical & Topographic Surveys. 96 Bore holes (Up to 50m
depth) have been done and topographic survey of Power Plant Site has also been completed. Piling test activity has been
initiated at Power Plant Site by CMEC and 8 confirmatory bore holes have been completed. During the year, EPTL
finalized its envisaged shareholding structure and signed financing agreements with local and foreign lenders. EPTLs
project cost is expected to be ~USD 1,108 Mn of which ~USD 831 Mn is to be arranged through debt while ~USD 277 Mn
in the form of equity based on a debt to equity ratio of 75:25. Engro Powergen Limited will be the
majority ordinary shareholder in the project with a proposed 51% common equity investment. Rest of the equity is
planned from the CMEC Thar Power Investments Limited and other local investors (Habib Bank Limited and Liberty Mills).
Major financing agreements were executed on December 21, 2015. Financial close and disbursement of loan is
expected after execution of security documents, issuance of guarantee and completion of legal formalities.
HYDROPOWER
PROJECT Taunsa Barrage Rehabilitation
And Modernization
Location:
Taunsa Pakistan

Year Of Project
March 2006-2007

Cost Of Project
US $ 140 Million Dollars

Completion :
May 2008
HYDROPOWER
PROJECT MANGLA DAM RAISING
PROJECT
LOCATION
Mangla

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION

COST OF PROJECT
US $ 140 Million Dollars

Expected
September 20 2007
Completion Date:
HYDROPOWER
PROJECT. SATPARA DAM
HYDROPOWER PROJECT
LOCATION
PAKISTAN

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLERANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF PROJECT
US $ 140 Million Dollars

Completion :
March 2007
Project Name
Kachhi Canal Project
Contract # KC-03
Location:
Taunsa Barrage Kot Addu

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND
TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF
US $ 65 MILLION DOLLARS
PROJECT
Completion:
January 2009
Project Name GOMAL ZAM
HYDROPOWER PROJECT
CLIENT
CHINA SIOHYDRO CORPORATION

NATURE OF
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND
JOB
TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF
US $ 220 MILLION DOLLARS
PROJECT
Completion:
4 YEARS
Project Name

Duber Khwar
The project located on river Duber Khwar, right
Location:
bank tributary of Indus river near Patan in NWFP
at a distance 265 Km from Islamabad.

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND
TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF PROJECT
US$ 109 million

Completion:
4 YEARS
Location:
Allai Khwar Hydropower Plant
The Project is located on Allai Khwar River, Left
Tributary of River Indus near Besham in NWFP,
245 km from Islamabad.

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF PROJECT
US$ 110 million

Completion:
4 YEARS
Project Name
MIRANI DAM
Location:
In the Dasht River Basin about 30 miles (48 km)
West of Turbat Town in Makran Div of
Baluchistan.

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND
TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF PROJECT
US$ 120 million

Completion:
4 YEARS
LPG Storage & Handling Facilities
Project Name ENGRO PAKTANK LPG TERMINAL
Location:
EASTERN INDUSTRIAL ESTATE PORT QASIM

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF
US$ 10 million
PROJECT

CAPACITY
4,500 METRIC TONES OF LPG

LPG BULLETS
10 LPG bullets

Completion:
1997 -98
Integrated Bulk Liquid Chemical
Terminal Storage & Handling Facilities
Project Name
ENGRO PAKTANK VCM TERMINAL
Location:
EASTERN INDUSTRIAL ESTATE PORT QASIM

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

CAPACITY
41,000 CUBIC METER STORAGE FACILITY

SPHERICAL TANK
2 SPHERICAL TANK

Completion:
1997 -98
In the first phase EPTL constructed facilities for the integrated bulk liquid Chemical and Storage Terminal the first phase
comprised construction of 41,000 cubic meter of storage facility the cost of first phase of the Project was US $ 60 million
the tank farm is situated on reclaimed land in the PQA.
Paraxylene
Acetic Acid
Phosphoric Acid (Handling only)
Vinyl Chloride Monomer
Acrylonitrile
Liquefied Petroleum Gas
Mono Ethylene Glycol
Engro Asahi Polymer & Chemicals Limited

Project Name
ENGRO ASAHI POLYMER & CHEMICALS LIMITED
Location:
EASTERN INDUSTRIAL ESTATE PORT QASIM

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF
US$ 80 million
PROJECT

CAPACITY
100,000 (TPA) PVC MANUFACTURING PLANT

CLIENT
ENGRO ASAHI POLYMER & CHEMICALS LTD

Completion:
1999-2000

Engro Asahi Polymer & Chemicals Limited (EAPCL or the company) is a joint
Venture between Engro Chemical Pakistan Ltd. (ECPL) and Mitsubishi
Corporation (Japan), each with an 80% and 20% shareholding, respectively
EAPCL is the only PVC manufacturer in Pakistan with a Capacity
Of 100,000tons per annum (TPA) and its operations are located at Port Qasim
Project Name
ICI PTA T11 PLANT

Location:
EASTERN INDUSTRIAL ESTATE PORT QASIM

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF PROJECT
US$ 480 million

CLIENT
TRANSCAR PROJECTS UK/ FOOSTER WHEELER UK

Completion:
1998
PARCO Mid Country Refinery (100, 000 BPD)
Project Name
PAK ARAB REFINERY COMPANY

Location:
MULTAN, PAKISTAN

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF PROJECT
US$ 80 million

CLIENT
DESCON ENGINEERING

Completion:
1998
Project Name
JAMSHORO JOINT VENTURE LIMITED

Location:
JAMSHORO, SINDH

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF PROJECT
US$ 80 million

CLIENT
ASSOCIATED GROUP

Completion:
2005
INDUS REFINERY LIMITED
PAKISTAN SECOND LARGEST REFINERY
Project
IRL is a 100,000 bpd or 4.95 million metric tons per
Name
annum complex fuels refinery. It will be the sixth
petroleum refinery in Pakistan and the countrys largest
refinery.

Location:
PORT QASIM INDUSTRIAL ESTATE

NATURE OF
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.
JOB

COST OF
US$ 700 million
PROJECT

CLIENT
INDUS REFINERY LIMITED

Completion:
UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Project Gambat South Gas Processing Facility

PROJECT NATURE
50 MMSCFD Gas Processing
LPG 11 MTPD, Condensate 1050 BPD
TRANSASIA REFINERY LIMITED
PAKISTAN SECOND LARGEST REFINERY
Project Name
TRL is a 100,000 bpd or 4.00 million metric tons per
annum complex fuels refinery. It will be the state of an Art
petroleum refinery in Pakistan and will be one of the
countrys largest refinery.

Location:
PORT QASIM INDUSTRIAL ESTATE

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF PROJECT
US$ 700 million

CLIENT
TRANSASIA REFINERY LIMITED

Completion:
UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Project Name
FFCEL WIND ENERGY PROJECT OF CAPACITY 49.5 MW

Location:
JHAMPIR, NEAR THATTA

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF PROJECT
US$ 110 million

CLIENT
DESCON ENGINEERING LIMITED

Completion:
ALREADY COMPLETED
Project Name
ASPHALT BUILT UNIT PROJECT (ABU)
FOR PARCO

Location:
PARCO MID COUNTRY REFINERY, MULTAN

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF PROJECT
US$ 30 Million

Completion:
DECEMBER 2012
Project Name
49.5 MW FOUNDATION WIND ENERGY-1 PROJECT

Location:
JHAMPIR, KARACHI

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF PROJECT
US$ 130 Million

Completion:
SEPTEMBER 2014
Project Name
49.5 MW FOUNDATION WIND ENERGY-II (Pvt) Ltd.
PROJECT

Location:
JHAMPIR, KARACHI

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF PROJECT
US$ 130 Million

Completion:
SEPTEMBER 2014
Project Name
NEW KHANKI BARRAGE HYDROPOWER PROJECT

Location:
RIVER CHENAB, DISTT GUJRANWALA

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF PROJECT
US$ 70 Million

Completion:
SEPTEMBER 2016
Project Name
ASPHALT BUILT UNIT PROJECT (ABU) FOR PARCO

Location:
PARCO MID COUNTRY REFINERY, MULTAN

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF PROJECT
US$ 30 Million

Completion:
DECEMBER 2012
Project Name
METRO HABIB CASH & CARRY PAKISTAN (PVT) LTD

Location:
HEAD OFFICE THOKAR NIAZ BAIG, MULTAN RD, LHR.

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF PROJECT
US$ 3.4

Completion:
STILL UNDERGOING
Project Name
DHA DESALINATION & POWER PLANT
PAKISTAN FIRST EVER SEA DESALINATION & POWER PLANT

Location:
DHA, PHASE VIII. KARACHI

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF PROJECT
US$ 130 million

CLIENT
DHA COGEN LIMITED (DCL)

Completion:
UNDER CONSTRUCTION

TOTAL VALUE OF L/C ESTABLISHED:

Siemens AG Germany $ 41,400,000 $ 33,120,000


Siemens AG Germany 6,550,000 5,240,000
Alfa Laval AS Copenhagen 15,165,300 12,132,241
Lincas Electro Vertebras 295,500 236,390
Project Name
KARACHI INTERNATIONAL CONTAINER TERMINAL
(KICTL)
PHASE III EXPANSION PROJECT

Location:
WEST WHARF ROAD, KARACHI

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF
US$ 400 million
PROJECT

CLIENT
KICTL PAKISTAN

Completion:
UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Project Name
BAHRIA TOWN (Pvt) LIMITED
AWAMI VILLAS PROJECT.
TOTAL # OF VILLAS 8000

Location:
RAWALPINDI, PAKISTAN

NATURE OF JOB
CUSTOM CLEARANCE & INLAND TRANSPORTATION.

COST OF PROJECT
US$ 120 million

CLIENT
BAHRIA TOWN (Pvt) LIMITED

Completion:
UNDER CONSTRUCTION/ PROGRESS
HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT
MOST-SAFE-PLACES

S.M.Asghar (Pvt) Limited believes that Accidents dont just


happen, theyre caused, and it is the duty of the Company to remove and
minimize all possible causes of Accidents.

We at S.M.Asghar (Pvt) Limited takes preliminary guide to the recognition


of potential hazards to the following.

M MACHINERY : Sources of Mechanical Power

O OPENINGS : Pits, Sumps, Ducts & Drains

S STACKS : Stores Materials, Raw & Process.

T TOOLS : All type of Tools.


SAFE-PLACES

S STRUCTURE : Floors, Walls, Ceilings, Road


A ATMOSPHERE : Dust, gases, fumes & Spray.
F FIRE : Fire Points & Fire Exits.
E ELECTRICITY : Wires, Cables, Switches.

P PRESSURE VESSEL : Boilers & Compressors


L LADDERS : Steps, trestles & Scaffolds
A ATTIRE : Protective Clothing, Helmets
C CRANES : Hoist, Derricks & Ropes / Hooks
E EXPLOSIVES : Flammable Liquids, LPG, Radioactive.

S For SIGNALS : Warning Light, Telephone Buzzers.