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Export Processing Zones Authority was established on 28th February, 1980 after approval from the ECNEC with the mandate to plan, develop and manage the Zones and to provide for matters connected therewith or ancillary thereto. The first EPZ at Karachi was established / developed from the Government Grants. The funds were released through Annual Development Plan. An amount of Rs. 362.589 million was released for the development of KEPZ which was completed in 1989. Now KEPZ is completely colonized. Since inception, EPZA has shown consistent growth in exports, employment and revenue generation. The targets and benefits envisaged in the PC- I for KEPZ have adequately been met. The achievements and contributions of the EPZA to the economy and its financial strength were not aptly marketed in the past. It is a great accomplishment that EPZA has so far contributed an amount of Rs. 854 million in the development projects from its own resources. It has also deposited an amount of Rs.1.25 billion in Government treasury on account of Presumptive Tax. EPZA is now a financially stable organization. Mr. Aftab Ahmed Memon, Chairman EPZA took the initiative and directed to take out the Year Book of EPZA. The book contains basic information about EPZA and its achievements & contributions during the year 2009 – 2010 along with the forecast for next five years. EPZA Ordinance and relevant SROs are also included for reference.
Besides. Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani Federal Minister 3 . deregulation & inviting FDI. Our Government has taken several initiatives to facilitate the growth / enhancement in overall business activities in the country through privatization. EPZ has played a major role in promoting diversification in exports. It is encouraging to learn that the efforts of Export Processing Zones Authority have been impressive. I am confident that this report will give deep insight of the organization to the stakeholders and help foreign / local investors to choose EPZA as their investment destination. The present Government attaches top priority to all those efforts which are instrumental in increasing exports. Investment plays a key role in country‘s overall development and progress. of Pakistan MESSAGE It gives me immense pleasure to know that Export Processing Zones Authority is publishing its first ever Year Book for 2010. particularly during last two years.Ministry of Industries & Production Govt. it has also successfully created employment opportunities and manifested the growth of allied manufacturing sector.
With active support of the Government. It is indeed a matter of appreciation that EPZA has worked in improvement of social and environment compliance within manufacturing units operating in the Zone. Abdul Ghaffar Soomro Secretary 5 . I hope EPZA will continue its efforts to achieve the desired goals.Ministry of Industries & Production Govt. of Pakistan MESSAGE I am delighted to learn that Export Processing Zones Authority is taking out its first Year Book 2010. EPZA is showing a consistence growth in exports despite economic recession of 200708. Export Processing Zones Authority has successfully traversed a long way of 30-years with a new dimension to increase the volume of investment. diversification of exports and generating employment and strengthening the economic base of the country.
The allocations for these activities have been made in the budget estimates of 2010-2011. For any organisation to be vibrant and dynamic. Recognizing the role of corporate social responsibility for uplift and benefit of the people. the export target has been set at US$ 500 Million. Aftab Ahmed Memon Chairman 7 . Year Book 2010 is the latest addition to this information sharing effort. progress and developments of the Authority on its website as well as publishing in the print media.Export Processing Zones Authority Ministry of Industries & Production Govt. progress reports are now available on the website. Despite global economic recession since 2007. Budget. the dissemination of information. neither available to analytical minds. This is not only to ensure transparency. exports from EPZs have grown consistently from US$ 348 Million in 2007-2008 to US$ 396 Million in 20092010. This report is a clear reflection of improvement in financial health. We. FATMID. income/expenditure statements. EPZA has also published its quarterly / annual performance reports. LRBT and SHAUKAT KHANAM for rehabilitation of patients. enhancement in exports and revenues of the organisation. For the past two years.10 million and Rs. of Pakistan MESSAGE It is my privilege to present the first ever Year Book of EPZA. but also to find out where we erred and what the remedial measures could be. openness and transparency have to be the hallmark if the organisation has to adopt a move-forward strategy. at EPZA. the exports would surely touch the benchmark of US$ One Billion by the Year 2015. EPZA will also contribute to the education sector in the form of scholarships to the deserving students. nor were there any efforts to attract analysis or even criticism. For the financial year 2010-2011. EPZA could not optimize the means of communication to keep informed all concerned about the happenings and achievements. The strengths and weaknesses of EPZA were. EPZA has. EPZA has started posting the relevant information. We strongly believe that we will continue to achieve our targets. The local / foreign investors would also benefit from this book. at best.4 million for each province respectively. are confident that with consistent and supportive policies of Government of Pakistan. I am hopeful that this Year Book 2010 would provide the insight of this organisation to all its stakeholders. been an isolated and insulated compartment in the past. therefore. EPZA has also contributed to the flood relief funds of Prime Minister of Pakistan and Chief Ministers of Provinces with Rs. EPZA has decided to provide financial assistance to organizations like SIUT.
MANDATE Making all arrangements for planning. 8 . development and zones and to management of the provide for matters connected therewith or ancillary thereto.
VISION Proactively facilitate the investors and create enabling environment for them to enhance export-led manufacturing. 9 . trade and investment so as to achieve export of USD one billion by 2015.
4. 6. 16. # DESCRIPTION PAGE # 1. EPZA Ordinance SROs & Standing Orders. 9. 8. 3. 12. 10. Public Notices & Regulations 91-102 103-192 11 . 5. 14. 13. 2.CONTENTS S. 11. Report Highlights Editorial Board Corporate Information Management Why Invest in EPZ We Provide We Offer EPZs of Pakistan Performance 2010 Monthwise Import & Export 2010 Financial Highlights Key Visits 2010 Top Exporters Future highlights Appendices 13 15 – 17 18-19 21-23 24-25 26 27 29-43 45-55 57-62 63-72 73-76 77-81 83-88 15. 7.
e.REPORT HIGHLIGHTS EPZA was established in 1980 by Government of Pakistan through ordinance i. it is completely colonized and in operation. iv. ii. iii. v. Foreign Investment increased by 60%. Investment of surplus funds increased by 11%. Now EPZ‘s established at different locations are as follows: i. 13 .10 Exports increased by 14%.. First EPZ at Karachi was completed in 1989. Tax revenues increased by 14%. Risalpur EPZ Saindak EPZ Sialkot EPZ Tuwairqi Steel EPZ Duddar EPZ 2002 2003 2005 2006 2009 PERFORMANCE OF 2009 . Management has developed Phase-II. EPZA Ordinance IV of 1980.
Umer Kazi Mr. Asim Jawed Mr. Bilal Islam Design & Layout Samreen Mangi Shazia Shaikh Mehwish Hussain 15 . Riaz Ahmed Shaikh Agha Sohail Asif Mr.EDITORIAL BOARD Patron Aftab Ahmed Memon Editor –in-Chief Shahid Ikram Hashmi Editorial Board Muhammad Yusuf Soomro Mr.
Additionally. Served for 34 years in different Government departments in various capacities.). He attended local & foreign trainings. His core strength is trade & commerce issues. Chairman EPZA and Patron of Year Book 2010 is a Civil Servant from the District Management Group Batch of 1980. Riaz Ahmed Shaikh Graduated in Electrical Engineering and Master in International Trade Law & Economics. Attended various trainings locally & abroad. Agha Sohail Asif Graduation in Commerce & Master in Economics. Information. Agriculture. Presently working as Secretary EPZA. Business Administration and International Relations. Served for 35 years in various capacities. MSc (Chemistry). MBA (Finance). His core strength is trade and investment issues. Presently working as GM (Finance) in EPZA. Served 27 years in EPZA in various division & capacity. Served for 6 years in private sector and for 11 years as civil servant in different capacities & departments. He has also served in the Federal Government at different levels. Aftab Ahmed Memon. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Shahid Ikram Hashmi BSc (Engg. Mr. and Masters in Public Administration. He has served in various capacities in the Provincial governments of Punjab and Sindh and has the distinction of heading nine departments as Secretary to Government of Sindh which include Excise. Inter Provincial Co-ordination and Land Utilization besides having worked in Finance and Industries at different levels. Presently working as DGM (Finance) in EPZA. Memon has done his L. Mr. Is a civil servant from the Railways (Commercial & Traffic) Group Batch of 1983. 16 .LB. Services & General Administration. Besides his engineering degree. EDITORIAL BOARD Muhammad Yusuf Soomro BSc (Hons). Local Government. He attended local & foreign trainings. His core strength is economic & business related issues. Presently working as Administrator KEPZ.PATRON Aftab Ahmed Memon Mr. He did his Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering in 1973. Memon has to his credit Post Graduate Diplomas in Public Administration. His core strength is administration.
Ghulam Umer Kazi Bsc. Mehwish Hussain. 17 . PGD in (HR/Admin) . Serving in EPZA since 2005.worked as a Lecturer Computer Science – Szabist Larkana. MSc.. His core strength is Administration HR and Training Development. His Core strength is Management Reporting. Masters in International Relations. BS (Computer Engineering). Bilal Islam BS in Information Technology and certified Microsoft professional.(Hons). Budgeting.IT Department of Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) through National Internship Program of Pakistan. His core strength is networking. & accounts with multinational & government organizations. Served for 20 years in Government departments in the field of Admin & HR. INTERNSHIP . 14 years experience in the field of finance. Presently working as Assistant Manager (IT). Joined EPZA in November 2010. Worked as an Instructor :Roshi Computer Institute. DESIGN & LAYOUT Samreen Mangi MIT. Joined EPZA in January 2006 and presently working as Manager (Accounts). Presently working as DGM (Admin & HR) in EPZA Asim Jawed MBA (Finance). Financial Accounting. Joined EPZA in November 2010. Shazia Shaikh BS (Software Engineering). Joined EPZA in November 2010. (Electronics).
CORPORATE INFORMATION Export Processing Zones Authority is a body corporate working under the Ministry of Industries & Production. Mr. 2. Mr. 3. Sheikh Muhammad Tanveer Chairman Din Group Lahore. The Board comprises of following members: 1. Mr. Ahmed Bukhsh Lehri Chief Secretary Government of Balochistan Quetta. 1980 (IV of 1980). Mr. Government of Pakistan. Aftab Ahmed Memon Chairman Export Processing Zones Authority Karachi. 18 . The management and its affairs are run by the Board of Directors which is constituted by Federal Government in pursuance of sub-section (1) of section 6 of Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance.A. Secretariat USAID Old Building Islamabad.Jabbar Managing Director Qaim Automotive Industries Karachi.M. Muhammad Niaz Butt Joint Secretary (I & F) Ministry of Industries & Production Government of Pakistan Islamabad. 7. Syed Ghulam Ali Shah Chief Secretary Government of Sindh Karachi. 6. Engr. 4. 5. Anis-ul-Hassnain Secretary Board of Investment. M. P.
8. BANKERS National Bank of Pakistan Habib Bank Limited United Bank Limited MCB Bank Limited Bank Al-Habib Limited Allied Bank Limited Habib Metropolitan Bank Limited AUDITORS M/s. Karachi – 75150 Web: www. Abdur Rauf Chief Executive M/s. 9. Lahore. Chartered Accountants Karachi. LDA Plaza. Egerton Road.gov. Al-Tuwairqi Steel Mills limited Karachi.gov. Mr.pk REGIONAL OFFICE 5th Floor . Extension Mehran Highway Landhi. Zaigham Adil Rizvi Director (Project) M/s. Shahzad Adpparels (Pvt) Ltd. 19 .pk Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Mr. Karachi HEAD OFFICE Landhi Industrial Area . Anjum Asim Shahid Rehman.
MANAGEMENT 21 .
MANAGEMENT Aftab Ahmed Memon Chairman Nusrat Iqbal Jamshed Director (IP) Muhammad Yusuf Soomro Secretary EPZA Shahid Ikram Hashmi Administrator (KEPZ) Zahoor Ahmed GM (Facilities) Riaz Ahmed Shaikh GM (Finance) Mumtaz A. Memon GM (Engineering) 22 .
Ghulam Rasool Shaikh GM (IP) Muhammad Ashraf Ali GM (North) Agha Sohail Asif DGM (Finance) Salahuddin Soomro DGM (Facilities) Asif Aftab DGM (North) Ghulam Umer Kazi DGM (Admin/HR) 23 .
One window operation with simplified procedures. 2. 4. 3. Customs bonded area.WHY INVEST IN EPZ 1. Gas provided by utility company on priority. 24 . Secured environment. Uninterrupted power supply . 6. 5. Continuous water supply by EPZA .
Environment friendly atmosphere . 10. Off-shore Banking Units available to facilitate financial transactions. 11. 9. 12. Offices of Clearing & Forwarding agents within the zone. Easy access to sea and air port. 8.7. 25 . 13. Relief from double taxation subject to bilateral agreement. Abundance of skilled and educated workforce. Developed land available at competitive rates for 30 years lease.
Telephone exchange of 4000-lines. 26 . 4. 5. Power supply through dedicated Grid Station up to 50 MW. 3. Dedicated security round the clock. Fire Station within the Zone.WE PROVIDE 1. 6. Water supply of one million gallons per day. Emergency medical facilities. Fire hydrants infront of every unit. 2. 7.
Import of duty free vehicles allowed with certain conditions. equipment and materials. 12. Repatriation of capital and profit allowed. Presumptive tax collected by EPZA @1% on FOB value of exports as final tax liability. Sub-contracting outside the zone and vice versa allowed. Duty free import of machinery. Inter-transfer of finished goods among the units of EPZ allowed. Exceptions allowed 10. Exemption from Exchange Control Regulations of Pakistan. Domestic market available to the extent of 20%. 6. 2. Obsolete / old machinery can be sold in the local market upon payment of applicable taxes. 13. Supply of goods to Customs Manufacturing Bonds allowed. Sale of defective goods/waste permitted in local market up to maximum of 3% of total value upon payment of duties / taxes. 8. 4. 27 . 7. Freedom from national import regulations. 3. under certain conditions. 5. 11.WE OFFER 1. 9. No sales tax on input goods including electricity/ gas bills.
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The management after successful colonization / operation of KEPZ has started the efforts for its expansion. Five new EPZ‘s have been
established in all the four provinces with following modus operandi:1. With funding from Govt. of Pakistan: First project at Karachi (KEPZ) was developed under Public Sectors Development Plan (PSDP). The funds for development were provided through ADP. It is fully colonized. EPZA provides maintenance and operational facilities to investors. Under Joint Venture: EPZ at Sialkot was developed through joint venture between the EPZA and Punjab Small Industries Corporation (PSIC). Another EPZ at Risalpur was established by Sarhad Development Authority (SDA) in Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa. Responsibility for maintenance of the Zone lies with respective J.V partner whereas EPZA provides the necessary operational facilities to the investors. Exclusive Project Declared as EPZ: The mining projects at Saindak, Reko Dig and Duddar were granted status of exclusive EPZs by Government of Pakistan. Land to all these mining projects was leased by the Federal Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Resources and the Govt. of Balochistan for specific period and purposes. These EPZs were notified under the cabinet decision. Al-Tuwairqi Steel Mill is another exclusive project of Al-Tuwairqi Group. It will produce pellets through DRI technology. The role of EPZA in these exclusive projects is to facilitate import / export operations in collaboration with FBR.
KARACHI EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE
Location Zone area Number of industrial plots : : : Karachi 305 acres 434 (Phase – I) 242 (Phase – II) 119 (Phase-I) – 284 plots 10 (Phase-II) – 90 plots 4 (Phase-II) – 7 plots Value added garments, Gems & Jewelry, Chemicals, Plastic goods, Food processing Secured area Green environment Uninterrupted Power is provided by the EPZ‘s own Grid Station
Industries in operation
Units under construction Type of Industries
It was completed in 1989. 22 plots for the banking sector and 10 plots for the supporting enterprises. KEPZ has been developed on an area of 305 acres (Phase-I & II). Phase – I Phase-I comprises of 211 acres of land. There are 242 plots out of which 146 plots have already been allotted to 34 industrial units. It is located at a distance of 18 Kilometers from Jinnah International Airport.I.EPZs OF PAKISTAN KARACHI Export Processing Zone It is a first project of EPZA established in Karachi. 434 Plots were created for setting up of industries. 58% of total area is occupied by Roads and Greenbelts due to which the zone has become environmental friendly. 33 . Phase – II Phase-II comprises of 94 acres of land. At present there is no vacant plot in Phase I. In phase .
SIALKOT EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE Location Zone area Number of industrial Units Industries in operation Type of Industries : : : : : Sialkot 238 acres 223 07 Surgical instruments Sports goods Leather garments & products Engineering goods 34 .
All plots have been allocated / given on ownership basis to the allottees by PSIC. and the Zone became operational in 2005. 2002. leather products & garments. furniture. This zone was formally inaugurated by Governor Punjab on June 22. imitation jewelry etc. It is a joint venture between EPZA & Punjab Small Industries Corporation (PSIC).EPZs OF PAKISTAN SIALKOT Export Processing Zone Sialkot EPZ was established on an area of 238 acres on specific demand of Sialkot Chamber of Commerce and Industries. Infrastructure was developed at the cost of Rs. 184 million with funds generated by the private sector/ allottees of the project. All operational facilities are provided by EPZA as per rules & procedures. 35 . The prospective sectors for investments are sports / surgical goods.
RISALPUR EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE Location Zone area Number of industrial Units Industries in operation Type of Industries : : : : : Risalpur 92 acres 53 04 Trading & Warehousing Furniture 36 .
REPZ was established on an area of 92 acres on the demand of Provincial Government.138 million which was funded by SDA from its own resources. 37 . The cost of infrastructure development is Rs. The Zone has 50 plots of various sizes for industrial units and 87 for warehousing / trading units.EPZs OF PAKISTAN RISALPUR Export Processing Zone The specific objective for developing EPZ at Risalpur was to promote trade and industries targeting the market of Central Asian States to / through Afghanistan. It is a joint venture between EPZA and Sarhad Development Authority (SDA). The Zone is in operation since 2002. All operational facilities are provided by EPZA as per rules & procedures.
District Chagai Balochistan Zone area Project Operation : : 1284 acres Federal Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Resources and Govt.SAINDAK EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE Location : Saindak. of Balochistan on behalf and for Saindak Metal Corporation along with MRDL /MCC Product : Extraction of Blister Copper & Gold Employment : 1000 Foreigners 500 locals 38 .
The area of 1284 acres was leased by the Government of Pakistan to a Chinese Company i. 39 .) Ltd. M/s. It is providing employment to 1500 locals and foreigners.EPZs OF PAKISTAN SAINDAK Export Processing Zone This is a single entity zone for mining of Copper & Gold. It is located at Saindak..e. for a period of ten years. This Zone started its operation in August 2003. district Chagai Balochistan. EPZA role is confined to facilitate import /export operations in collaboration with FBR. MRDL/MCC Resources Development Company (Pvt.
DUDDAR EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE Location : Duddar. of Balochistan along with MDMD / MCC Product Employment : : Extraction of Zinc & lead 250 Foreigners 250 locals 40 . District Lasbella. Balochistan Zone area Project Operation : : 1500 acres Federal Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Resources and Govt.
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Export Processing Zone This is a single entity zone for mining of Zinc and lead. It is located in district Lasbela, Balochistan. The area of 1500 acres was leased by the Government of Pakistan to a Chinese company i.e., M/s. MDMD/MCC Duddar Minerals Development Company (Pvt.) Ltd. EPZA‘s role is confined to facilitate import/export operations in collaboration with FBR. Operational activities started in September 2009. The zone is providing employment to 500 locals & foreigners .
TUWAIRQI STEEL MILLS LIMITED, EPZ
Location : Bin Qasim Karachi Zone area Leased to Product : : : 220 acres M/s. Tuwairqi Steel Pellets through Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) process Project Capacity Employment : : 1.5 million tons per year 1000
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TUWAIRQI STEEL MILLS LIMITED Export Processing Zone Tuwairqi Steel Mills Limited (TSML), a subsidiary of Saudi Arabia‘s ALTuwairqi Holdings, has been established on an area of 220 acres. It is located at Port Qasim Karachi. Government of Pakistan has granted the status of EPZ to the TSML along with option to export 100% of its production to Tariff Area apart from ATH plant and neighboring Gulf countries. TSML has adopted world‘s most advanced Direct Reduction Iron (DRI) technology to produce Pellets. The production is closely supervised by DRI experts of Midrex (USA), Kobe (Japan), MMTE (Iran) and ATH (Saudi Arabia). The design capacity of plant is 1.5 million tons per annum of high quality pellets.
a) Project Status: Phase-I of TSML is nearing completion. It will offer its
pellets for sale in domestic / international market in 2nd quarter of 2011. In phase-II, Electric Arc Furnace and continuous caster will be set up. The Pelletization Plant has been envisaged in phase-III.
b) Environment, Health & Safety Standard: Internal processes at TSML
are well defined in the areas of health, safety, environment & quality. TSML have obtained the NOC from the Environment Protection Agency besides adhering to National Environment Quality Standards (NEQS) and also conducts audit of Environment Management System periodically. The company plans to study various options to recycle / reuse its production waste in the second and third phase. Occupational health and safety standards at the site are regularly monitored & managed by the team of competent professionals.
c) Benefits: TSML will not only be a source of transfer of latest technology of
quality steel making but will also provide the impetus to industrial growth in Pakistan. The project will create 1000 direct jobs and 3500 indirect jobs opportunities. The project has also established technology centre in Karachi for future needs of the country & also for ATH worldwide.
467 million 45 .169 million 2009-10 US$ 395.PERFORMANCE EPZA EXPORT 2008-09 US$ 348.
3 Billion DEVELOPMENT OF KEPZ PHASE .119 million Equivalent to PKR 1. Cattle colony to Port Qasim Contribution Amount (PKR) 133 million 151 million 46 . It is constantly diversifying and expanding its operation with commitment to achieve its mandate through sustainable policies & support of Government.II: Description Infrastructure development of KEPZ Phase – II on 100 acres Aggregate Cost (PKR) 570 million PRESIDENT KARACHI PACKAGE: Description Railcop Bridge on railway crossing at Landhi Industrial Area Mehran Highway. Contribution of EPZA to the economy on following accounts: Description Presumptive Tax US $ 19. generation of employment and setting up of allied manufacturing industries.CONTRIBUTION TO ECONOMY BY EPZA EPZA is contributing to the economy by enhancement of foreign investment.
It contributed in creating the employment for the local youth. The performance of EPZA for the year 2009-10 is summarised below: Description Export Presumptive Tax Investment of surplus funds Foreign Investment 2008-09 348. Despite prevailing recession. EPZA also initiated extensive media campaign in the last quarter of 2009-10 to apprise the stakeholders about its achievements. generation of revenue for the Government of Pakistan.463 14.481 16. These developments have caused adverse effects of different degrees on the economies in different part of the world.080 2009-10 395.584 3. unprecedented surge in food inflation and financial market crises to match the great depression.956 18. These international crises had multiple effects on the US / European economies resulting in reduction of buying power of their people.PERFORMANCE OF 2009 . The economy witnessed soaring energy prices.169 3. The international recession as well as direct and indirect cost of war against terror by Pakistan have also affected its economy particularly on export based manufacturing sector.206 22. increase in investment of surplus funds and foreign investment in the Zone.445 Variance (%) 14% 14% 11% 60% 47 .10 The Financial Year 2007-08 was a turbulent year for the world economy. exports from EPZs has registered reasonable growth.
179 0.431 131.EXPORT FROM EPZs (Amt in million US$) Description 2008-09 2009-10 Variance over 200809 (%) 10% 15% 10% 25% 14% KEPZ Saindak Sialkot Risalpur Duddar Total 215.106 0.003 348. EXPORT 2009-10 1.255 6.467 Note: Duddar EPZ came in operation in September 06. 2009.491 395.584 1.491 0.899 151.169 235.255 6.643 1.179 235.899 Risalpur Sialkot 48 .643 Karachi Saindak Duddar 151.
431 235.58 0.57 0. 2008 -09 (Amt in million US$) 240 235 230 225 220 215 210 205 2008-09 215.62 0.6 0.2 1 0.10 Vs.56 0.899 155 150 145 140 135 130 125 120 131.4 1.EXPORT 2009 .2 2008-09 2009-10 0 2008-09 2009-10 SEPZ REPZ 49 .643 1.63 0.61 0.179 2009-10 2008-09 2009-10 KEPZ SAINDAK 0.55 0.8 0.6 0.64 0.584 1.255 0.106 151.003 1.59 0.4 0.65 0.
487 8.484 16.015 9.210 2.856 9.490 235.997 0.539 162.601 0.487 6.430 4% 4% 9% 100% 10.387 6.618 2.355 143.017 8.636 215.618 13% 6% 20% 42% 8.484 18.539 10.416 7.416 8.355 27.221 2008-09 2009-10 27.899 4% 3% 7% 100% 18% (26%) (12%) 10% 162.490 18.221 25.601 3.210 3.017 25.636 50 .EXPORT COMMODITY WISE (KEPZ) (Amt in million US$) Sectors 2008-09 Share of Sector in Total Export 67% 12% 3% 1% 2009-10 Share of Sector in Total Export 69% 11% 4% 2% Variance over 2008-09 Garments Worn Clothing Plastic Products Paper Print & Packaging Products Chemicals & Allied Products Trading Units Others Total 143.856 7.387 0.015 16.997 0.
416 3.017 162.856 2.387 27.221 9.618 0.355 7.601 8.490 Worn Clothing Plastic Products Paper Print & Packing Products Chemicals & Allied Products Trading Units Others 51 .539 0.484 Garments Worn Clothing Plastic Products Paper Print & Packing Products Chemicals & Allied Products Trading Units Others 2009-10 Garments 10.636 6.(Amt in million US$) 2008-09 8.015 16.210 18.487 143.997 25.
899 100% 52 .642 7.590 8.109 31.EXPORT REGION WISE (KEPZ) (Amt in million US$) Description 2009-10 (%) Europe (ECC) USA / Canada Gulf / Middle East African Countries Tariff Area Central Asia Australia / New Zealand South Africa Europe (Other than ECC) Far East Asia Japan / Korea 2.489 18.420 99.883 37.538 21.676 5.315 1% 14% 2% 1% 42% 9% 16% 8% 4% 3% Total 235.477 2.760 0.
59 8.42 21.88 99.11 31.49 2.48 2.31 0.77 5.76 37.64 18.(Amt in million US$) 7.54 EUROPE (ECC) GULF / MIDDLE EAST TARIFF AREA AUSTRALIA / NEW ZEALAND EUROPE (OTHER THAN ECC) JAPAN / KOREA USA / CANADA AFRICAN COUNTRIES CENTRAL ASIA SOUTH EAST ASIA FAR EAST ASIA 53 .
REVENUE (PRESUMPTIVE TAX) (Amt in million US$) 2008-09 3.CONTRIBUTION TO GOVT.956 Variance (%) 14% 25 20 15 10 5 0 2008-09 2009-10 54 .481 2009-10 3.
080 22.FOREIGN INVESTMENT (KEPZ) (Amt in million US$) 2008-09 2009-10 Variance (%) 14.445 60% 25 20 15 10 5 0 2008-09 2009-10 55 .
IMPORT & EXPORT 57 .
755 3.294 Abroad 14.476 11.331 4.393 12.048 5.802 17.490 14.137 3.983 Abroad 6.612 19.218 235.609 9.681 204.MONTHWISE IMPORT & EXPORT (KEPZ) (Amt in million US$) IMPORT EXPORT Month Tariff Area 3.504 2.522 6.083 16.293 11.197 3.397 20.007 7.831 98.594 9.374 4.603 15.020 21.061 2.660 8.320 Total 9.626 13.134 9.512 9.056 12.164 10.403 2.843 14.156 4.586 23.998 18.206 Tariff Area 2.678 21.116 21.919 6.163 11.285 Total 16.563 18.898 18.189 3.579 July August September October November December January February March April May June Total 151.912 6.433 2.252 3.516 19.406 3.018 7.200 13.801 26.457 3.375 4.303 31.182 14.196 15.375 52.843 12.839 6.570 2.396 4.136 2.604 23.815 24.979 14.899 58 .203 5.993 5.790 17.837 15.809 12.300 2.
255 July August September October November December January February March April May June Total 59 .100 0.093 0.137 0.044 0.155 1.174 0.034 0.091 0.132 0.030 0.075 0.106 0.086 1.098 0.131 0.086 0.833 Total 0.174 0.086 0.166 0.010 0.049 0.038 0.999 Total 0.030 0.086 0.120 0.126 0.049 0.137 0.063 0.029 0.154 0.422 Abroad 0.065 0.063 0.155 0.038 0.034 Abroad 0.010 0.063 0.106 0.100 0.065 0.076 0.093 0.131 0.098 0.103 0.092 0.033 Tariff Area 0.169 0.166 0.094 0.MONTHWISE IMPORT & EXPORT (REPZ) (Amt in million US$) IMPORT EXPORT Month Tariff Area 0.
018 0.022 0.104 Abroad 0.009 0.041 0.127 0.657 Total 0.002 0.127 0.044 0.095 0.031 0.007 0.097 0.002 0.031 0.041 0.002 0.007 0.002 0.643 July August September October November December January February March April May June Total 60 .020 0.019 0.046 0.002 0.093 0.097 0.007 0.004 0.007 0.009 0.024 0.051 0.007 0.001 0.022 0.097 0.761 Tariff Area - Abroad 0.206 0.017 0.269 0.189 0.005 0.009 0.179 0.293 0.009 0.024 0.007 0.179 0.056 0.001 0.643 Total 0.011 0.024 0.007 0.MONTHWISE IMPORT & EXPORT (SEPZ) (Amt in million US$) IMPORT EXPORT Month Tariff Area 0.019 0.093 0.
240 0.491 July August September October November December January February March April May June Total - 61 .162 0.291 0.759 0.609 0.303 6.088 4.316 0.168 0.336 0.221 3.504 0.323 0.259 0.303 6.713 1.491 Total 1.247 0.647 0.558 0.415 0.007 0.037 Total 0.713 1.191 0.309 7.154 0.418 Abroad 0.900 0.478 0.200 0.553 0.455 Tariff Area - Abroad 1.121 1.565 1.MONTHWISE IMPORT & EXPORT (DUDDAR) (Amt in million US$) IMPORT EXPORT Month Tariff Area 0.742 0.449 0.198 0.876 1.065 0.478 0.569 1.876 1.012 0.409 0.571 0.305 0.121 1.125 0.443 0.
958 7.715 13.238 21.036 3.531 0.168 1.265 23.737 3.966 5.275 1.058 0.103 20.154 0.699 2.238 0.602 3.624 43.339 4.157 151.519 4.111 1.180 15.449 Total 5.142 0.408 21.950 5.376 2.206 7.072 1.488 2.068 0.969 20.MONTHWISE IMPORT & EXPORT (SAINDAK) (Amt in million US$) IMPORT EXPORT Month Tariff Area 4.303 1.92 5.401 10.167 3.199 23.298 1.373 21.573 2.536 10.022 Abroad 23.030 0.545 1.131 7.891 6.238 15.06 4.171 6.134 0.890 7.035 0.179 62 .323 0.999 2.014 Abroad 1.071 0.865 0.403 3.135 0.171 2.050 5.463 Tariff Area 0.012 21.716 4.894 4.075 0.339 56.002 - July August September October November December January February March April May June Total 150.002 - Total 24.071 0.066 1.
09 Rs.008 million 63 .10 Rs.IMPROVING PERFORMANCE OF 2009 .10 PERFORMANCE OF 2009 .10 FINANCIAL POSITION FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS GROWTH IN INCOME 2008 . 106.250 million 2009 . 151.
PERFORMANCE OF 2009 .10 .10 PERFORMANCE OF 2009 .
000 275. 2008-09 260.000 76.862 106.000 106.250 117.10 BUDGET VARIANCE (%) Vs.9 DESCRIPTION BUDGET ACTUAL 2009 .612) (0.920 266.000 (6%) 10% 60.000 16.000 247.000 124. in millions) 2008 .000 57.000 (100) (46%) .000) (18.10 (Rs.000) - 100.000 11% (3%) (24.250 RESTRUCTURING EXPENSES NET SURPLUS AFTER EXTRA ORDINARY ITEM 65 60.00 117.BUDGET 2009 .000 284.532 TOTAL REVENUE OPERATING EXPENDITURE WITHOUT EXTRA ORDINARY ITEM OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) WITHOUT EXTRA ORDINARY ITEM INVESTMENT INCOME NET SURPLUS BEFORE EXTRA ORIDNARY ITEM EXTRA ORDINARY ITEM: 275.
10 (Rs.50 5. in millions) S.00 80.000 15.00 2. # DESCRIPTION AMOUNT BUILDING & STRUCTURE (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) Construction of Visitors Room at Main Gate Construction of Custom Examination Office Construction of Underground Reservoir Construction of Boundary Wall around Pump House Garment Training Center SB Park Upgradation of Gate House Construction of wall on the Easter Flank of approach road Construction of Garbage Dumping Places at KEPZ Phase – II Building of IP & Facilities Division TOTAL WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM & SEWERAGE SYSTEM (i) Upgradation of Water Distribution System TOTAL ELECTRICAL UPGRADATION (i) Upgradation of electrical installation TOTAL 66 20.00 11.00 4.50 5.00 .CAPITAL BUDGET 2009 .00 10.00 10.00 10.00 1.00 20.00 15.00 1.
(Rs.00 5.00 3.00 42.00 50.00 5.00 85.00 40. # DESCRIPTION AMOUNT DEVELOPMENT WORKS (i) (ii) (iii) Development of KEPZ Phase-II Mehran Highway Feasibility of Gwadar EPZ TOTAL MACHINERY & EQUIPMENTS (i) (ii) (iii) New Weighbridge NADRA Security System ACs / Refrigerators/Photocopiers TOTAL FURNITURE & FIXTURE (i) Upgradation of Administration & Engineering Offices TOTAL IT & OFFICE EQUIPMENTS (i) (ii) IT Hardware / Networking IT Software TOTAL 5.00 35. in millions) S.00 67 .00 10.00 175.00 3.00 2.
393. Moreover.10 During the year under review. An amount of Rs. However. Due to increase in inflation. 411.680 million reflecting 5% increase. which resulted in substantial reduction in the expenditure which are favorable by 78% compared with budget estimates.641 million has been realized vs. which is favourable by 157% from the budget estimates. 69 .008 million. The effective managerial control on resources & diversification of investments resulted in maximizing the earnings and revenues despite the financial crunch. 151. salaries were increased by the Government of Pakistan in the Finance Bill 2009-10. the effective financial control has been exercised. EPZA managed to generate surplus income of Rs. budget estimates of Rs.INCOME & EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT 2009 . utility tariff was also enhanced and KEPZ Phase-II came into operation.
680 ACTUAL VARIANCE (%) 271.000 26.560 11.INCOME & EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT 2009 .000 60.511 1.560 1.633 260.633 5% 100% 78% SURPLUS FOR THE YEAR 58.680 411.680 393. in millions) BUDGET INCOME Revenue Interest income Other income Amortization of deferred income 248.680 151.10 (Rs.890 126.641 9% 8% -57% 0% 5% EXPENSES Administrative and general expenses Other extra-ordinary expenses 275.440 117.008 157% 70 .000 260.000 335.
ACTUAL 151. 18% 411.641. BUDGET 411.008 260.008.633. 32% INCOME EXPENSES SURPLUS ACTUAL VS.633 57 INCOME ACTUAL BUDGET EXPENSES SURPLUS BUDGET ACTUAL 71 .641 392 335 151. 50% 260.
463 2009-10 18.206 Variance (%) 11% 25 20 15 10 5 0 2008-09 2009-10 72 .INVESTMENT OF SURPLUS FUNDS (Amt in million US$) 2008-09 16.
KEY VISITS 2010 73 .
VISIT OF MIR HAZAR KHAN BIJARANI, HONOURABLE MINISTER FOR INDUSTRIES & PRODUCTION (MOIP) TO EPZA
Minister MOIP visiting M/s. Casual Sportswear in KEPZ
Minister MOIP visiting M/s. YKK in KEPZ
Mr. Mushtaq Soomro, Proprietor MAK Enterprises briefing the Minister.
Visit of Mr. Tariq Birlas, Vice Chairman / CEO of Tuwairqi Holding Company, KSA.
Mr. Abdullah Caliskan, Secretary General ECO Chamber of Commerce & Industry discussing issues of mutual interest with Chairman EPZA
Chairman EPZA presenting momento to Ms. Fisun AKTUG, Trade Attaché, Consulate General of Turkey, Karachi.
2010 77 .TOP EXPORTERS 2009 .
3 3. Trousers. silver. Jeans.0 10. Etc. Dying /Finishing and Manufacturing of Jeans Trading activities of grading. Summer Short /Denim Jacket /Denim Trousers /Mens Set of 3 Western Shirts / Etc.0 18. # DESCRIPTION 2008 2009 29. 2 Prime Safety Ltd. for DIP gloves And Garments Manufacture of Ready Made Garments 'Burmuda. 25. 12.0 28. Manufacturing of garments (Trousers) and in house washing facility Production of gold. PVC dipped gloves.1 4 YKK Pakistan (Pvt.10 (Amt in million US$) S. Shirts. household and industrial allied safety products Manufacture industrial work gloves.6 8.7 7 Rija Fashions 9.3 10. platinum & stone studded jewelry 1 Beltexco Ltd.TOP EXPORTERS 2009 .8 3 J&M Clothing Co.2 14.) Ltd.) Ltd. Star Jewelry (Pvt. Manufacturing of Zippers Unisex Jeans/Trousers. 29. Shirts. 5. Woven Pants.9 9 4.5 78 .2 33.8 13.) Ltd.3 2009 2010 39.) Ltd.sorting and recycling of 2nd hand textiles.1 8 Denim Clothing Company (Pvt. 10.2 LINE OF PRODUCTION Industrial/medical safety gloves.7 5 Casual Sportswear 6 Retex Global (Pvt.shoes and toys Manufacture of Ready Made Garments 'Burmuda.
e.0 17 Modern Plastic Industries 1.0 3.3 16 Universal Rags (Pvt.2 International 11 Fragrance Corporation 12 13 14 Ahmed Food International Crystal Holdings Limited Sunrise Rags Co.TOP EXPORTERS 2009 .1 3.9 2.8 3.0 2. # Unit Name 2008 2009 2009 2010 Line of Production Food Products.0 79 . Agarbatti Incense Sticks & Attar Jams. spices Grading of Used Cothing Processing of Second Hand Used Clothing Auxiliary for Textile Printing /(Guar Derivative) /Dehusked Guar Gum Splits Recycling of Used Clothes. 2.0 2. Construction Material. Sugar etc. Wiping Clothes /Clothing /Zippers & buttons Recycling of plastic moulding compound manufacturing cumprocessing of paper items.) Ltd. Machinery.) Limited 1. (Pvt.6 2.0 3.0 3. 3. metallic yarn from polyester 10 Ahmed Import Export House (T/U) 3. pickles.V.1 1.6 15 Polygal Habib Gums N.6 2. General Items i.10 (Amt in million US$) S. Tea.
0. pants. # Unit Name 2008 2009 2009 2010 Line of Production 18 United International Industries 0.0 1.9 21 S. 2. polyester fiber wedding. Floppy Discs. Coating of NOR Paper (Carbon-less) Special Coatings for Magnetic Door Entry Cards.8 80 . And Special Security Papers. Fax Paper. garments Sunpo Industries 19 Ltd. shirts. Heat Sensitive Papers etc.0 2. Video Tapes.10 TOP EXPORTERS (KEPZ) 2009 .A.0 a) Assembly/ Manufacture of Audio Video Cassettes. Computers.TOP EXPORTERS 2009 . Textile Garments Manufacturing (Industrial Garments /Coveralls /Overalls) Processing of Used Clothing Bonded Fiber. Data Processing Equipments (b) Plastic Injection Moulding (c) Coating of Magnetic Tapes. Enterprise Inc.0 1.H.5 1.9 20 ABC Rag Company 0.2010in million US$) (Amt S. Security Cards. Corrugated cartons and readymade garments (jackets. Adhesive Tapes. Compact Discs. Credit Cards.
P tape 24-03-90 / 12-07-99 Recycle polypropylene P. P. 2. 0.8 1. jumbo bags. 24 M. plastic or metal components 23 Pakistan Japan Petrochemical Ltd.Q.7 1.10 (Amt in million US$) S.6 Trading of Used Textile Clothing 25 A.0 1.P woven bags. # Unit Name 2008 2009 2009 2010 Line of Production 22 Shaan Technologies 1.0 1.) Ltd. Mawji & Sons Int'l (Pvt.TOP EXPORTERS 2009 .8 Electronic component assembly unit for assembly of light emitting diodes (led) wire. & Company International 0. monofilament anted bags & P.7 Manufacturing of Polypropylene bags.5 Manufacture of Hashmi Kajal 81 .P granule from pp waste generated 30-052006 / Recycling of used clothing.
FUTURE HIGHLIGHTS 83 .
2009 .11 (Rs.00 9% (15%) - 24.00 112000 (26%) 85 .10 275.BUDGET 2010 .00 (9%) 60 57.000 275.00 (50%) 117.11 BUDGET VARIANCE (%) Vs.008 127.000 126.448 11.000 117.00 299.008 Contribution for flood effectees NET SURPLUS AFTER EXTRA ORDINARY ITEM 26.633 TOTAL REVENUE OPERATING EXPENDITURE WITHOUT EXTRA ORDINARY ITEM OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) WITHOUT EXTRA ORDINARY ITEM INVESTMENT INCOME NET SURPLUS BEFORE EXTRA ORIDNARY ITEM EXTRA ORDINARY ITEM: 310.000 285. in millions) 2009 .081 260.10 DESCRIPTION BUDGET ACTUAL 2010 .000 151.560 151.00 138.
00 375.25 246.00 656.50 2.00 1037.00 1.00 157.50 15.25 335.25 1.50 0.00 1.75 1.25 420.75 205.75 16.50 2.00 184.25 0.00 18.25 369.00 166.00 86 .00 152.EXPORT PROJECTIONS 2011 – 2015 (5 YEARS) (Amt in million US$) ZONE 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 KEPZ Saindak Sialkot Risalpur Duddar TSML Total 251.50 22.50 1.75 451.00 175.25 1.00 738.50 275.25 20.00 305.00 903.
00 903.00 350.00 1.00 1.00 200.50 400.EXPORT PROJECTIONS 2011 – 2015 (5 YEARS) (Amt in million US$) 1.00 800.00 KEPZ SAINDAK REPZ SEPZ Duddar TSML 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 87 .00 500.00 420.00 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 738.200.00 400.00 600.00 100.000.00 450.00 200.037.00 150.00 50.00 250.25 656.00 300.
4 million Rs. EPZA contributed Rs. 0.5 million Rs. EPZA has allocated following amounts in the budget of 2010-11.5 million Rs. 0. 0. 0. 3 million Rs.5 million Rs. 1 million Rs.CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) In the wake of recent floods which were national catastrophe. 4 million Rs. 26 million towards different Flood Relief Funds as per following details: Beneficiary • Prime Minister Relief Fund • Chief Minister Punjab Flood Relief Fund • Sindh Flood Relief Fund • Balochistan Flood Relief Fund • Kyber PakhtoonKhwa Flood Relief Fund Amount Rs. 4 million Apart from above. 4 million Rs.5 million Rs. 10 million Rs. 0. Beneficiary • • • • • • SIUT LRBT Fatmid Foundation Skin Hospital Shaukat Khanum Hospital Scholarships to student of Amount Rs.5 million all five provinces & Saindak • Scholarship for disabled students 88 .
APPENDICES 1. EPZA ORDINANCE SROs. 2. STANDING ORDERS & PUBLIC NOTIES 89 .
EPZA ORDINANCE (IV OF 1980) 91 .
EXPORT PROCESSING ZONES AUTHORITY ORDINANCE IV OF 1980 CHAPTER – I CHAPTER – II CHAPTER – III CHAPTER – IV CHAPTER – V CHAPTER –VI CHAPTER – VII : Preliminary : Constitution of the Authority : Power and Duties Of the Authority : Acquisition of Land : Establishment : Finance : Miscellaneous 93 .
AND WHEREAS the President is satisfied that circumstances exist which render it necessary to take immediate action. 1980) No. 1977 (C.Pub. in pursuance of the Proclamation of the fifth day of July 1977. Now. IV OF 1980 AN ORDINANCE to establish an Export Processing Zones Authority WHEREAS it is expedient to establish an Export Processing Zones Authority for making all arrangements for the planning. President‘s Orders and Regulations including Martial Law Orders and Regulations. development and management of the Zones and to provide for matters connected therewith or ancillary thereto.F.L.The following Ordinance made by the President is hereby published for general information:ORDINANCE NO. 1 of 1977). and in exercise of all powers enabling him in that behalf. Ordinance.17(1)/80. the 6th February. 1980 PART – I Acts. FEBRUARY 6. read with the Laws (Continuance in Force) order. GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN MINISTRY OF LAW AND PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS (Law Division) (Islamabad. THEREFORE. WEDNESDAY.A.THE GAZETTE OF PAKISTAN EXTRAORDINARY PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY ISLAMABAD.Order No..M. the President is pleased to make and promulgate the following Ordinance:- 94 .
(e) ―Industrial undertaking‖ means an industry. by notification in the official Gazette. (j) ―tariff area‖ means any area in Pakistan outside the limits of a Zone.R. Definitions. by notification in the official Gazette. 2. (g) ―manufacture‖ with its grammatical variations and cognate expressions. dated 02-02-1980 for the following. distribution or processing of such goods or the providing of such services as may be specified in this behalf by the Federal Government. whether or not by power operated machinery.CHAPTER – I PRELIMINARY 1. 1980 (IV of 1980). (b) ―Board‖ means the Board constituted under section 5. 3. (f) ―Investor‖ means a person or company investing in an industrial undertaking located in a Zone. application and commencement. and (k) ―Zone‖ means such area as the Federal Government may.(1) This Ordinance may be called the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance... 1969 (IV of 1969).. In exercise of the power conferred by sub-section(3) of section-1 of the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance. declare to be a Zone for the purposes of this Ordinance. the Federal Government is pleased to specify the 20th day of February 1980. (d) ―Chairman‖ means the Chairman of the Authority.O. © ―Bonded area‖ means an area declared as a public warehouse under section 12 of the Customs Act. whereby a change in tariff classification has been effected. 1980. undertaking or establishment engaged in the production.Every Zone shall be a bonded area. 95 . 1[(3) It shall come into force on such date as the Federal Government may. means the process of converting materials into a new product or article. 1[(3) Specified by S. unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context:(a) ―Authority‖ means the Export Processing Zones Authority established under section 4. (h) ―prescribed‖ means prescribed by rules. 208(1)/80. (2) It shall apply to all industrial undertakings set up or operating in the Export Processing Zone. (i) ―rules‖ means rules made under this Ordinance. specify.In this Ordinance. to be the date on which the said Ordinance shall come into force. Zone to be bonded area.. Short title.
6. Management. with power. including the Chairman to be appointed by the Federal Government. The Chairman and other members of the Board shall hold office during the pleasure of the Federal Government and unless sooner removed shall hold office for a period of three years. (2) (3) (4) 7. 5. discharge the duties and perform the functions of the Board. the Chairman shall..CHAPTER – II CONSTITUTION OF THE AUTHORITY 4.(1) The Board shall consist of not more than nine members. give.The general direction and administration of the Authority and its affairs shall vest in a Board. and shall by the said name sue and be sued. No act or proceeding of the Board shall be invalid merely on the ground of the existence of any vacancy in. Duties and functions of Chairman and members. The Chairman and each member of the Board shall receive such salaries and allowances or such fee as may be determined by the Federal Government in each case. Constitution of the Board. (2) Establishment of the Authority. exercise the powers. both moveable and immovable. 96 .-(1) There shall be established an Authority to be known as the Export Processing Zones Authority for carrying out the purposes of this Ordinance.. the Board. to acquire and hold property. or defect in the constitution of.The headquarters of the Authority shall be situated at Karachi.. The Authority shall be a body corporate. Until the Board is duly constituted. subject to such directions as the Federal Government may. having perpetual succession and common seal.-(1) The Chairman and members shall discharge such duties and perform such functions as are assigned to them under this Ordinance or by the Federal Government. (2) 8. subject to the provisions of this Ordinance. from time to time. Headquarters of the Authority.
experiments or technical research.The Authority shall prepare a master plan and a phased master programme for the development of the Zones. Power of the Authority. and without prejudice to the generality of the powers conferred by sub-section(1). including water supply. transportation and communications. and environmental control and prevention of pollution. telecommunication. roads. An industry sanctioned under sub-section(1) shall operate subject to such terms and conditions as may be enunciated in the letter of sanction issued by the Authority.(1) Subject to the other provisions of this Ordinance and the rules. industrial warehousing and buildings. surveys. electricity supply. the Authority may:(i) (ii) (iii) incur any expenditure. (vi) restrict or prohibit by general or special order any change in the use of land and alteration in buildings and installations. navi gation channels.. etc. The materials and manufactured goods shall not be exported from the Zones into the tariff area except to the extent and in the manner to be specified by the Authority in each case with the prior approval of the Federal Government. pursuant to the master plan. Preparation of scheme for infrastructure. telex and telephones. machinery. prepare schemes in respect of:(a) land use. walls. 12. (2) (3) Sanctioning of industries. (b) © (d) public buildings. (v) cause studies. streets. 10. (2) 97 . undertake any work in the Zones in pursuance of any scheme. including wireless. Master Plan and master programme. experiments and technical research to be made or contribute towards the cost of any such studies. zoning and land reservation. workshops. procure plants. (e) (f) (g) 11.(1) The Authority may.. with the approval of the Federal Government.The Authority may. frame schemes and lay down procedure in respect of sanctioning the establishment and operation of industries in the Zones. sheds. jetties. the Authority may take such measures and exercise such powers as may be necessary for carrying out the purposes of this Ordinance.. (iv) enter into and perform all such contracts as it may consider necessary.CHAPTER – III POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE AUTHORITY 9. In particular. surveys. community facilities. sewerage disposal. instruments and material required for its use. godowns. gas supply and other public utilities.. and (vii) cause removal of any work obstructing the execution of any of its schemes. railways.
be deemed to be required for a public purpose.CHAPTER – IV ACQUISITIION OF LAND 13. 1894(I of 1894).All land within the Zones shall be liable to acquisition at any time in accordance with the provisions of this Chapter.. The acquisition of land or interest therein shall. for the purposes of the Land Acquisition Act. 14. that land or interest shall be acquired under the Land Acquisition Act. by the Provincial Government concerned at the request of the Authority. 1894 (I of 1894). Liability to acquisition. (2) 98 .(1) Where any land or interest in any land within any Zone is required by the Authority for any of its purposes.. Acquisition of Land.
The Chairman. appoint such officers. experts or consultants and on such terms and conditions as he deems fit. servants. by general or special orders. (2) 16. officers. Indemnity.The Authority may. in cases of urgency. delegate to the Chairman or a member or officer of the Authority any of its powers. any member. experts or consultants as it may consider necessary for the performance of its functions. experts and consultants of the Authority shall.CHAPTER – V ESTABLISHMENT 15. members. when acting or purporting to act in pursuance of any of the provisions of this Ordinance. servant. officer. to be public servants. etc. 99 . officers. Establishment. on such terms and conditions as it may deem fit. servants.(1) The Authority may.. members. subject to such conditions as it may think fit to impose. Provided that the Chairman may. 17. The Authority shall be competent to take disciplinary action against its officers and servants. be deemed to be public servants within the meaning of section 21 of the Pakistan Penal Code (Act XLV of 1860). the Chairman. servants. or consultant of the Authority in respect of anything done or intended to be done in good faith under this Ordinance.. from time to time.. appoint such officers. expert.No suit. subject to subsequent approval by the Board. Delegation of powers.. Chairman. duties or functions under this Ordinance. prosecution or other legal proceeding shall lie against the Authority.. 18.
loans obtained from Government. the Federal Government. Authority‟s Fund. officers. charges levied and fines imposed by the Authority under the regulations made under this Ordinance.(1) There shall be established a fund to be known as the Export Processing Zones Authority Fund which shall vest in the Authority and shall be utilized by the Authority. all revenues derived by the Authority from any property administered by the Authority. and all other sums receivable by the Authority. including the payment of salaries and other remuneration to the Chairman. experts and consultants of the Authority. (g) (h) (i) 100 .CHAPTER – VI FINANCE 19. Loans obtained by the Authority with the special or general sanction of the Federal Government. in accordance with the general or specific directions of the Federal Government to meet charges in connection with its functions under this Ordinance. foreign aid and loans obtained from any source outside Pakistan with the sanction of. and on such terms as may be approved by. members. taxes. 2) The Export Processing Zones Authority Fund shall consist of:(a) (b) © (d) (e) (f) grants made by the Federal Government.. grants made by the local bodies. all rates. sale proceeds of moveable and immoveable property and receipts for services rendered. fees. servants.
. Borrowing. 1914 (IX of 1914). Audit and accounts. Copies of the audit report shall be sent to the Authority and the Authority shall send the report along with its comments to the Federal Government. with the prior approval in writing of the Federal Government. Authority to be deemed to be a local Authority. The Federal Government may issue directions to the Authority for the rectification of matters objected to by the Auditor-General and the Authority shall comply with every such direction.The Authority shall be deemed to be a local authority within the meaning of the Local Authorities Loans Act. (2) (3) (4) 101 ..The Authority may...CHAPTER – VI FINANCE 20.In the month of January each year. the Authority shall submit to the Federal Government for approval a statement of the estimated receipts and expenditure in respect of the next financial year in such manner and form as may be prescribed. for the purpose of borrowing money in accordance with the said Act and the execution of any scheme under this Ordinance shall be deemed to be a work which such authority is legally authorized to carry out.. by the Authority.(1) The Accounts of the Authority shall be audited every year by the Auditor-General of Pakistan in such manner as may be prescribed. raise funds for the purpose of its working capital by issuing bonds and debentures carrying interest at such rates as may be approved by the Federal Government. 23. 22. The audit report shall be available for public inspection. 21. Budget. etc.
. exempt any Zone from the operation of all or any of the provisions of any law for the time being in force which relates to any matter within the legislative competence of Parliament. apply to arbitrations under sub . Power to make regulations. 26. by notification in the official Gazette.section (1).(1) The Authority may.The Federal Government may. The provisions of the Arbitration Act.CHAPTER – VII MISCELLANEOUS 24. 2) . rates and charges for services rendered by the Authority. such regulations may provide for the levy of fees. 1940. so far as they can be made applicable. SAMDANI SECRETARY 102 (3) 25. ZIA-UL-HAQ PRESIDENT K. 27. by notification in the official Gazette. with the approval of the Federal Government. Power to make rules. Power to exempt. make rules for carrying out the purposes of this Ordinance. not inconsistent with the provisions of this Ordinance or the rules.The Federal Government may. A. M.. for carrying out the purposes of this Ordinance. In particular and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing power. GENERAL M. 2) Disputes to be referred to arbitration. make regulations. Any award made upon such reference shall be final and binding on the parties and shall not be subject to any appeal or any other remedy..-(1) Any dispute relating to the interpretation of the provisions of any agreement made under any scheme prepared under section 10 between the Authority and an investor or the rights of the parties to such agreement or any rights conferred or any liability imposed by this Ordinance shall be referred for arbitration to an arbitrator appointed by the parties. (X of 1940) shall.
STANDING ORDERS & PUBLIC NOTICES 103 .SROs.
857(1)/82 dated 08-09-1982. foreign exchange. 1981 S. the Federal Government is pleased to make the following rules. 2[(iaa) 105 .. ―insurer‖ shall have the same meaning as in the Insurance Act. 1981 EXPORT PROCESSING ZONES AUTHORITY RULES. 5[(iiia)Added by S. 1058(1)/81. foreign exchange or equipment or in any other form approved by the Authority. Short title and commencement. dated 30-08-1989 for the following. in the form of cash. 1938 (IV of 1938). 1980 (IV of 1980). dated 08-08-1982..O-857(i)/82.R. ―Controller of Insurance‖ has the same meaning as in the Insurance Act. ―foreign collaborator‖ means an investor.R.In exercise of the powers conferred by section 26 of the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance. whether a foreigner or a nonresident citizen of Pakistan. 2. who makes investment in a Zone in a joint venture with a resident citizen of Pakistan.O. By S.O. 1981 (2) They shall come into force at once. 165(KE)/89. 3[(ii) Sub. Added by S. dated 09-06-1985. 580(1)/85.O. By S. Definitions. the 23rd September. ―Foreign investment‖ means an investment made by foreigner and/or a non-resident citizen of Pakistan in form of cash..O.R.R. or in any other form approved by the Authority.R.(1) These rules may be called the Export Processing Zones Authority Rules. 1[(ia) 2[(iaa) 3[(ii) 4[(iii) 5[(iiia) 1[(ia) Added by S. “foreign Investor” means an investor who is not a citizen of Pakistan or a company incorporated outside Pakistan by foreigners. 4[(iii) Subs. imported machinery or equipment. 165(KE)/89. dated 30-08-1989 for the following: “foreign investment” means investment made by a foreigner in an industrial undertaking in a Zone.In these rules. unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context: (i) ―application‖ means an application to the Authority for setting up industrial undertaking in the Zones in such form as may be specified from time to time by the Authority.GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES NOTIFICATION Islamabad. ―foreign investor‖ means an investor who is not a citizen of Pakistan or is non-resident citizen of Pakistan or a company incorporated outside Pakistan by a foreign national and/or non-resident citizen of Pakistan. 1938 (IV of 1938).R. namely:1.O.
by S. dated 30-08-1989 for the following: “Joint venture” means an industrial enterprise set up with participation between foreign investors or between foreign investor and a non-resident citizen of Pakistan with non-repatriable investment. The words “in joint venture with a foreign investor” omitted by SRO.165(KE)/89. 8[(2) Subs. by SRO.O. ―regulations‖ means regulations made by the Authority under section 27 of the Ordinance. a foreign investor in collaboration with a resident citizen of Pakistan or a company incorporated in Pakistan through exchange investment under the provisions of the State Bank of Pakistan F/E Circular No. dated 23-09-1992. 9[(3) 6[(iv) Sub. Circular No. 165(KE)/89.80(KE)/2005.R.915(1)/92. dividends and profits shall not be repatriated outside Pakistan. 106 .The following categories of persons shall be eligible to establish industrial undertaking in a Zone. by SRO. ―non-repatriable investment‖ means an investment in foreign currency which is purchased from the State Bank of Pakistan by a resident citizen of Pakistan or company incorporated in Pakistan on the condition that capital. through foreign exchange investment up to 100% under the provisions of the State Bank of Pakistan F. dividends and profits would not be repatriated outside Pakistan. 12. 12 of 2001.. b. namely:(1) 8[(2) a foreign investor. and a resident citizen of Pakistan or resident forms and companies of Pakistan.6[(iv) ―Joint Venture‖ means an industrial enterprise set up with participation between foreign investors or between a foreign investor and a resident citizen of Pakistan or a company incorporated in Pakistan whose share in investment shall not exceed 40% of the total investment.Subs. are allowed to make equity investment in companies whether incorporated or not or joint ventures. who has not surrendered his Pakistan passport. ―registration‖ means registration of an investor with the Authority. dated 03-07-2005. dated 03-07-2005. 7[(v)a.R. 7[(v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (ix) Eligibility. ―Ordinance‖ means the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance 1980 (IV of 1980). on the condition that capital.80(KE)/2005. dated 30-08-1989 for the following: “non-repatriable investment” means an investment in foreign currency out of the earnings abroad by a non-resident citizen of Pakistan. and ―Scheme‖ means a scheme prepared under section 10 or framed under section 11 of the Ordinance. 9[(3) Subs. by S.E.O.
10[(4) Subs. Type of industries to be set-up etc. narcotics.All investments made in a Zone shall be in foreign convertible currency. 5.. Time for implementation of the sanction. (1) Export oriented industries requiring sophisticated technology. for sufficient cause. dated 26-12-1982 107 .On receiving the letter of sanction. 11[(1) The words “twelve copies of” omitted by SRO. Investment to be in foreign currency.. using local raw materials and labour shall be preferred.. (2) Industries which compete with similar export industries in the tariff area would normally not be allowed to be set up in the Zone. (2) If the application is accepted. Consignment and distribution services for receiving and storing goods meant for export to foreign markets and to the tariff area subject to the provisions of national import policy shall be permitted.11[(1) Investors desiring to establish an industrial undertaking in a Zone shall submit 11 (….(1) The Authority may accept or reject any application without assigning any reasons. dated 30-08-1989 for the following: Consignment and distribution services for receiving and storing foreign goods meant for re-export shall be permitted. 1287(I)/84.) their application to the Authority complete in all respect. (2) Each application shall be accompanied by a non-refundable fee specified by the Authority from time to time.. 8. armaments or those causing serious environmental pollution shall not be permitted to be established in the Zones. alcoholic drinks. provided the Authority may.4.. (3) 10[(4) Supporting enterprises to provide essential services to industrial undertakings in the Zone shall be allowed to be set up. Power of the Authority to accept or reject any application. advanced marketing arrangement. 7. the applicant shall be required to implement and complete the industry within the period specified in the letter of sanction failing which the sanction shall stand cancelled. extend the said period. such as. the Authority shall issue a letter of sanction to the investor containing the terms and conditions subject to which the sanctioned industry shall operate. by SRO. Application for setting up industrial undertaking. (5) 6. Industries manufacturing prohibited items.165(KE)/89.
12[9. (2) The rules applicable to the import into. with a view to obtaining statistical data about the operations of the branches. it may.. 12[9. by Authority containing the general terms. revoke or withdraw the sanction. engage in all or any of the forms of business enumerated in section 7 of the Banking Companies Ordinance. and (b) to Pakistani banks on merit. 11. hereafter in this rule and rule 11 referred to as branches.. etc. or has not fulfilled the conditions of.A Power of the Authority to cancel sanction. Pakistan of Pakistani currency shall apply to the import into. Issue of licenses to banks to open branches.. as may be specified from time to time..If in the opinion of the Authority an investor has failed to carry out the purpose for which. cancel. The branches may.1287(I)/82.If an industrial undertaking is sanctioned for a Zone. The Bank shall not allow the incorporation of any bank or subsidiaries thereof in a Zone.A Added by SRO. etc.(1) The Bank may issue licenses to the branches for transacting foreign exchange business in the Zones. shall not be eligible for any financial assistance from the Bank. in addition to the business of banking. conditions and procedure under which an industrial undertaking is sanctioned to operate in the Zone: Provided that the Authority may exempt any investor from one or more of the general conditions laid down in the agreement. Dealings in foreign exchange. The branches of the banks opened in the Zones. call such periodical returns from such branches from time to time as it may think fit. dated 26-12-1982 108 . the Zones to the tariff area. The banking statistics of the branches shall not form part of the banking statistics of Pakistan: 10.9. (2) The banks to whom licenses are issued under sub-rule(1) shall meet all preliminary expenses of opening of branches from their external resources. and export from. the sanction accorded to him under sub-section (1) of section 11 of the Ordinance. Registration. and export from. after giving him notice to show cause. 1962 (LVII of 1962). (3) (4) (5) (6) Provided that the Bank may.(1) Licenses for opening of branches in a Zone to banks may be issued by the State Bank of Pakistan hereafter in this rule and rule 11 referred to as the Bank: (a) to foreign banks operating in Pakistan outside the licensing policy on merit. the investor shall register himself or itself with the Authority before commencing work on the project or site by entering into an agreement in such form.
(1) Licenses for opening of branches in a Zone to an Insurer may be issued by the Authority:to Pakistani insurers on the recommendations of the Standing Committee constituted under the Federal Government Resolution No. 1975. 12. (5) 13[11-A Issue of licenses to Insurers to open branches.2.B Added by SRO. in the Zones.857(I)/82. etc..(1) Pakistanis of occupant industries holding identity cards from a Zone‘s administration and proceeding on official visit shall pay the cost of the ticket in convertible foreign exchange. (4) All imports into the Zones shall be paid for out of the importers own foreign exchange resources abroad without involving. immediately after entry. return. Provided that all such foreign currency notes shall. dated 08-09-1982. (2) The expatriates employed by the occupant industries shall. The Insurers to whom licenses are issued under sub-rule (1) shall meet all preliminary expenses of opening of branches from their external resources and all expenses on the maintenance of such branches shall be met either out of the earnings of these branches or from the insurers external resources.(3) Foreign currency notes and other foreign currency instruments may be exported from the Zones to the tariff area. etc.12/11/1973 Ins. and to non-Pakistani insurers on the recommendations of the Controller of Insurance.. pay the cost of the ticket in convertible foreign exchange.857(I)/82. Imports into the Zones from the tariff area shall be deemed to be exports from Pakistan and imports into the tariff area from the Zones shall be deemed to be imports from abroad and shall be subject to the same conditions and restrictions as are applicable to similar imports from abroad. Added by SRO. Travel of Pakistanis. 13[11. etc. either directly or indirectly... Pakistan resources. in respect of their foreign travel both on private and official account. dated 08-09-1982. The Authority shall not allow the incorporation of any insurer or subsidiary thereof in a Zone.A 14[11. be surrendered to an authorized dealer in the tariff area. 109 .All insurers operating in a Zone shall furnish information and submit returns or reports from time to time to the Controller of Insurance in the manner required by him in writing. (a) (b) (2) (3) 14[11-B Furnishing of information report. dated the 8th December.
2004 MOI NO.-(1) The Authority shall undertake to provide infrastructure facilities such as electricity. (2) The Authority may also provide to investors a list of contractors for providing necessary services such as stevedoring. Postal. Fin-FR(CIR) /001/005 dated April 20. dated 30-08-1989. Entry into and exit from a Zone. 15[(4) 16 16(i) 16(ii) Added by SRO. No industrial undertaking in a Zone shall be extended any credit facility out of Pakistan resources including financing by the Industrial Development Bank of Pakistan. Rebate of excise and customs duties for supplies to Zones.165(KE)/89.1287(I)/82.. first aid station and medical centers shall be provided within a Zone.13.. Facilities. Added through cirular No. for the following. Imports and exports. Supporting enterprises including banking. 2002. In rule 16. 2005 subsequent to BOD decision taken 67th meeting held on July 27. Maintenance of accounts and credit facilities. gas. fire services.(1) Persons resident of the tariff area shall not be permitted to maintain accounts with the branches of bank in the Zones. (3) 15[(4) 16.B value of all goods 16(……) exported from any Zone shall be payable to the Authority. movement of goods to and from a Zone.A 16(i) service charges of 16(ii) 0. water. 1(8)/2000-INV-IV 110 . or goods in the tariff area shall be eligible for rebate under the existing rules when supplied to a Zone.O. telephone and telex which are considered necessary for efficient industrial operations in a Zone: Provided that the cost of providing such facilities shall be borne by industries set up in a Zone. 17. 14. the words “imported into or” shall be omitted.-(1) Entry and exit of persons and goods into and from a Zone shall be in accordance with the regulations framed by the Authority. dated 26-12-1982 Omitted by SRO.The normal excise and customs duties and other taxes leviable on raw materials. insurance and such services as may be specified by the Federal Government from time to time shall also be provided within a Zone. (2) (3) Foreign exchange funds of the enterprises may be kept with the banks in a Zone in any convertible currency. 15. factory design and construction for their information and guidance.5% on the F. Substituted by SRO –(1)/2000 dated August 24.. machinery.
a written notice thereof shall be se4nt to the Authority before the decision is implemented. (2) Subject to the provisions of the relevant laws and the rights of mortgage creditors. Monetary transactions. 19..All payments to labour.. (2) A foreign national employed under sub-rule (1) shall be granted an initial term of employment of three years. 22. 20. 18. Request for further extension shall be filed with Authority atleast thirty days before the expiry date of the authorized stay. managerial staff and for services and facilities within a Zone shall be made in Pakistani rupees against the surrender of foreign exchange to an authorized bank or banks as may be designated by the Authority. and such other related services which the Authority may deem necessary.Industries whose operation results in the creation of harmful affluents that cause environmental pollution shall be required to adopt such measures as are necessary for the proper treatment of the pollutants before they are disposed of. Environmental pollution.. extendable from year to year. 21.. (3) 111 ..(1) An investor may employ foreign nationals for which an application shall be made in the form prescribed by the Authority. Suspension and cessation of operations.(2) Payments for raw materials.The Authority may impose such fees or charges for services which it may additionally provide from time to time in connection with(a) (b) (c) development and maintenance of public utilities and installations. the cessation of business operations shall have the effect of automatically cancelling the certificate of registration upon which the industrial undertaking shall cease to be entitled to the incentives provided for it. machinery or goods and services purchased by a Zone investor from the tariff area shall be made in convertible foreign currency. Cost of additional services.(1) If an industrial undertaking in a Zone decided to cease or suspend its registered operations. Employment of foreign nationals. sanitation and public safety. measures for maintenance of environmental.
suspension of business operation for over one month.The Authority may at any time.The Authority may order any industrial undertaking or its supporting enterprise to report on the following particulars.. health or safety. monthly report on commodity import and export. Exclusion of items detrimental to public health & safety. General Provision. with the approval of the Federal Government set up on Advisory Committee for the Authority which may include representatives of the private sector. order the exclusion from a Zone of such goods. status of arrival of commodities imported into the Zone. Privilege of the Authority to call for reports.23. 25.Change in the incentive package. under which an investment has been sanctioned in a Zone. namely: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) monthly report on manufacturing process or assembly of commodities. dated 30-08-1989. any other information which is considered necessary by the Authority concerning the business activities of the industrial undertaking and its supporting enterprise.(1) The Authority may. processes or operations which in its judgement are detrimental to the public interest.A Added by SRO..165(KE)/89. chemicals. 112 ..A Change in incentive package. 24. from time to time issue memoranda and circulars to implement the provisions of these rules. materials.. HASINUDDIN AQUIL Deputy Secretary 17[24. shall not be made except where such change is more advantageous to the investor and is also accepted by him. regulations and schemes (2) The Authority may. 17[24.
―import‖. (3) Goods imported into a Zone shall be assessed in accordance with the existing procedure. 881(I)/80.In this sub-chapter. 1980 shall. 113 . ―Tariff Area‖ means any area in Pakistan outside the limit of a Zone. S. (4) The exemption granted under Board‘s Notification No. (2) A separate bill of entry in respect of goods imported for a Zone along with other documents showing details of the goods as required under the Act and the Rules made thereunder shall be presented to the Customs authorities for assessment and clearance. in relation to a Zone.SRO. materials to be used solely within the limits of a Zone and goods imported into the Zone for warehousing purposes: Provided that Investors in Export Processing Zones shall be allowed to dispose off their machinery in tariff area after three years from date of filing of the bill of entry of its import subject to import policy order and payment of duties and taxes. means import from abroad and includes goods introduced into a Zone from the Tariff Area‘ ―investor‖ and ―industrial-undertaking‖ shall have the same meaning as are. 226.THE CUSTOMS RULES. (5) An investor or his licensed clearing agent duly approved and authorized by the Authority shall carry out necessary formalities regarding Customs clearance. and ―Zone‖ means such area as is declared by the Federal Government to be a Zone under the Ordinance. in whose jurisdiction such Zone is established. assigned to them in the Ordinance. unless there is anything repugnant in the subject of context.R. 450(1)/2001. Definitions. 18th June. any goods can be imported into the Zones from abroad or from the Tariff Area. dated the 23rd August.(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) ―Authority‖ means the Export Processing Zones Authority established under the Ordinance. 2001 CHAPTER XII EXPORTS SUB CHAPTER (c) EXPORT PROCESING ZONE 225. be applicable to machinery. 2001 Notification No. means the Collector of Customs. equipment.-. in relation to a Zone. O.--(1) Subject to sub-rules (7) and (8). Import of goods into the Zones. respectively. ―Ordinance‖ means the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance 1980 (IV of 1980). ―Collector of Customs‖.
(7) Admission of goods imported for a Zone shall not be refused except when the goods are liable to restrictions or prohibitions imposed on the grounds of public morality or order.O 461(1)/2004. Equal to or more than US$ 50 Million but less than US$ 75 Million Equal to or more than US$ 75 Million but less than US$ 100 Million Equal to or more than US$ 100 Million but less than US$ 125 Million. public security hygiene or health or for veterinary or phytopathological consideration. 4. 2004.No.] 1[(10)a. 2007 reported as PTCL 2008 St. dated 12th June. S.00 million or more per annum will be allowed to import or purchase one cargo vehicle or truck. within the number of vehicles allowed and shall be further subject to the verification of the amount of investment and completion of the project within a time period of three years by the Export Processing Zones Authority. S. reported as PTCL 2004 St. dated 1st September. 5. Import of vehicles shall be allowed without payment of customs duty and other taxes as per the entitlements given in the table below. if any. a pass shall be sent with the goods specifying the name of the importer and the clearing agent. S.578 (ii). 2[(11) 2[(11) . 6. 114 .(6) All goods so cleared shall be secured and forwarded to the Zone under Customs supervision. Sub-rule (10) substituted by Notification No. Before substitution sub-rule (10) was added by Notification No. dated 12th June. (8) Hazardous goods may be allowed to be admitted to a Zone only when an area specially designed for its storage is made available within the Zone. (1) 1. 1181. Quantum of Investment in EPZ (2) US$ 10.O 461(1)/2004. 1181.R. units with turnover of US$ 5. (9) Goods admitted to a Zone may remain there for such period as may be prescribed by the Authority. and Equal to or more than US$ 125 Million. trademarks or copy-rights. 2.R.00 million or more upto US$ 25 million. reported as PTCL 2004 St. 3. Sub-rule (11) added by Notification No. number of vehicle.c. or relating to the protection of patents. the officer of Customs allowing the goods to enter the Zone shall retain the pass. Similarly.} Units employing upto 25 workers will be allowed to import or purchase one coaster while units employing more than 25 will be allowed to import or purchase a bus upto 50 seats.O 889(1)/2007.R. 2004. description and quantity of goods with the marks and numbers and contents thereof and. namely:TABLE S. More than US$ 25 Million but less than US$ 50 Million. on receipt of the goods in the Zone. Vehicles Allowed (3) 03 05 10 15 20 25 1[(10)(a) (b) subject to a maximum of one motor car of up to 1600 c.
O 483(1)/2007. [(5) The units established in the Export Processing Zones 3[excluding the units as mentioned in the table below.] 227. reported as PTCL 2005. 3[ Substituted for the words ―excluding M/s. St.S. (3) All Customs formalities regarding removal of goods from the Tariff Area shall be completed at the main Customs Check Post or any place within the Zone approved for this purpose by the Collector of Customs.R.R.R. dated 23rd May. 603(ii). on receipt of the goods shall retain the pass. dated 13th march. figures and comma ― and documentation shall be completed on the basis of exemption from duties and taxes under the Board‘s Notification NO.(1) Any goods removed from a Zone for exportation shall be exported under the export procedure as laid down in the Act and the rules made there under 1[***]. 228. S.O.R. 461(1)/2004. dated 12th June. 2007.O 882(1)/80.O. S. 115 . (4) Export Processing Zones manufactures shall be treated at par with the bonded manufacturers in tariff area. 240(1)/2006. 2004 reported as PTCL 2004 St.1255 (ii). 1980.R.. 4 [:]] Substituted for the full stop by Notification No. if any.S. 461(1)/2004.(1) Goods from the Tariff Area required for further processing in a Zone shall be admitted after completion of export formalities which normally observed for export out of the country. 1[***] The words.1980‖ omitted by Notification No. Al-Tuwairqi Steel Mills Karachi‖ by Notification No . 1770(i) Earlier The words and comma ―excluding M/s. 1181. dated 9th June. dated 23rd August. S. according to their requirements on production of full justification supported by the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources. 492(1)/2005. specifying the name of the Exporter and the clearing agent. 1181.R. a pass shall be sent with the goods. 2004.. dated 23rd August. free of customs duty and sales tax. 1147(I).[(12) Mining Projects in the notified Export Processing Zones may import vehicles. 2006. reported as PTCL 2007 St. description and quantity of goods with the marks and numbers and. reported as PTCL 2004 St. 2006. Al-Tuwairqi Steel Mills Karachi‖ inserted by Notification No. 23 (1)/2006M dated 5th January. 2005.O. reported as PTCL 2006 St. S.O881(1)/80. dated 12th June. letters. full stop.R. 2 [(5) Sub-rule (5) inserted by Notification No. (2) Goods which are entitled to exemption or repayment of Customs-duties and sales tax on exportation shall qualify for such exemption or repayment immediately after these have been admitted in to a Zone in accordance with the provisions of the Board‘s Notification No. reported as PTCL 2006 St. number of vehicles. S. S. shall export only upto twenty per cent of their total production to tariff areas in Pakistan while eighty per cent shall be exported to other countries 4[:]] 3 3 2 [(12) Sub-rule (12) added by Notification No.R. (2) Goods cleared for export shall be forwarded to the exporting station under Customs supervision.O. Introduction of goods into the Zones from Tariff Area.O. Export of goods from the Zones.
imported goods in the same state and goods produced by investors in a Zone to Tariff. 483(1)/2007. 3[4. 5[ 1T 2[3. 1969. Karachi M/s. on entry into the Tariff Area and vice versa shall be assessed as per the provisions of section 25 of the Customs Act. S. 2. Gawadar 229. S. Filling & Packing Material Manufacturing Company (FIPCO).O 600(1)/2009. customs-duties and other taxes levied on imports into Tariff Area from the Zone shall be the same as duties and taxes levied on similar imports from abroad. 240(1)/2006. 2009. S.O. 1255(ii) Table added by Notification No.O.Z. 2007.`The normal value of the goods manufactured in the E. Government of Pakistan.O (1)/2009.R. (4) The goods produced in a zone and removed to Tariff Area for home consumption shall be chargeable to customs-duties in the state in which they enter the Tariff Area.5[Provided that the limit of twenty per cent on exports to tariff areas in Pakistan shall not apply to the goods supplied free of charge for relief operations in earthquake hit areas through Federal Relief Commissioner or NGOs approved by the Economic Affairs Division. Area for home consumption may be allowed subject to the import restrictions and formalities applicable to imports from abroad. Provisio added by Notification No. dated 19th February. Name of Unit (2) M/s. (2) Any goods permitted by the aforesaid authority for entry into the Tariff Area under sub-rule (1) may be taken out of the Zone after fulfilling all the requirements prescribed under the Act and the Rules made hereunder for the direct import from aboard into the Tariff Area. No 4 and the entries relating thereto inserted by Notification No.(1) Removal of imported raw materials.. Removal of goods from the Zone to Tariff Area:. S.P. 116 . (3) The point in time to be taken into consideration for the purpose of determination of value and the rate of duties and other taxes applicable on goods removed for home consumption shall be determined in accordance with provision of the Act and the Rules made thereunder. reported as PTCL 2007 St. No 3 and the entries relating thereto added by Notification No.R. dated 9th June. 1770(1). Karachi M/s. No. (1) 1. Units established in the Export Processing Zone. 2[3. dated 13th March 2006. 2009. MRDL Saindak Maximum Level of Export to Tariff Area (3) 100% of the production 50% of the production] 100% of the production of magnetite concentrate to Pakistan Steel] 50% of the production] 3[4.R. Al-Tuwairqi Steel Mills. reported as PTCL 2006 St. dated 26th June.R. Explanation:. S.] 1TABLE S. S.
Restriction on removal of goods from the Zone. may be remitted in full or in part. shall be collected in the same manner and time as if it were duty of customs payable under the Customs Act. empty drums and cartons generated or produced in the Zone to tariff area on payment of duties and taxes.If any importer fails to give proper account of the imported goods to the satisfaction of an officer of Customs not below the rank of an Assistant Collector of Customs. testing or design. waste.230. as the case may be. if any. Subcontracting for units of the Tariff Area. the duties and other taxes.Subject to the satisfaction of the Collector of Customs. 232.Units operating in a Zone shall be allowed to undertake subcontracting for units of the tariff area subject to payment of duty and taxes on value addition only and sales tax if chargeable on the value of supply with the prior permission of the Collector of Customs on such conditions.. 1969 (IV of 1969). 234. used packing materials. Destruction. 117 .230 and 231. When the waste or refuse of the goods is destroyed in accordance with rules 231. 231. Unaccounted good.. and When goods imported are bona fide samples for study..No goods shall be ttaken out from any Zone except as provided in rules 228. Remission of dutie. the importer shall pay on demand an amount equal to the duties and taxes leviable thereon and shall also be liable to pay penalties imposed for such violation under the Act and the rules made thereunder. namely:(i) (ii) (iii) When any goods are damaged or destroyed by unavoidable circumstances or causes beyond the control of the importer or the owner.229. the defective ‗B‘ grade goods.Any goods admitted to a Zone on having been rendered unfit for consumption may be allowed to be destroyed or rendered commercially value-less by an officer of Custom not below the rank of Assistant Collector of Custom in such manner as may be prescribed by the Collector of Customs: Provided that manufacturer in Export Processing Zone is allowed to remove @ 3% of the total value of export. restriction and limitation as may be prescribed by him or as otherwise provided in the Act or the rules made thereunder. or for transfer to another Zone or to a customs manufacturing bond in a tariff area or for subcontracting with the prior permission of the Collector of Customs on such conditions.. restrictions and limitations as may be prescribed by the Collector or as otherwise provided in the Act or the Rules made thereunder: Provided that in case of chargeability of central excise duty or sales tax.. 233. in the following cases.
2009 Provisio added by Notification No. 1[:] 2[ Substituted for the full stop by Notification No. Security of the Zones: (1) Each Zone shall be delimited and bounded with secured boundary fending and suitable check posts may be established after approval of the Collector of Customs.O. The Collector of Customs may keep the means of access to a Zone under permanent or intermittent supervision. dated 13th June.O. dated 13th June. S. 493(1)/2009. (3) The Collector of Customs may impose restriction on means of access to a Zone and establish the hours of business. and make spot checks on the goods introduced into the Zone to ensure that these are subject to only authorized operations and to see that no unauthorized goods have been introduced. S.235.] 2[Provided 236.R. Transfer of ownership: Transfer of ownership of goods admitted to a Zone may be allowed: Provided that retail sale of such goods shall not be allowed‘ 1[:] further that exporters from tariff area may be allowed to purchase goods from within the units in the Zone to be exported to foreign destination directly from Export Processing Zone under the supervision and seal of Export Processing Zone and Customs authorities duly escorted by Customs fulfilling all the related formalities. (2) The construction of the check post shall be carried out by the Authority in accordance with the layout plan approved b y the Collector of Customs. 2009 118 .R. 493(1)/2009.
450(1)/2001. Intimation of transshipment: . 519. 514.Where any transshipment of cargo consignment arrives at the Zone of destination. Procedure at the port of entry or exit: . 512. for that matter. S. Arrival of cargo at destination:. soon where after. 517. Customs clearance at the Zones: . 518.All cargo consignments for transshipment to the Zone may be delivered by the Terminal Operator to the bonded carriers on 24 hours a day and seven days a week basis. subject to authorization by PACCS handover the cargo to the carriers as may approach the Terminal Operator under rule 515 for carriage of goods to the Zone and. 513. 2001 Notification No.All cargo to and from the Zones shall be allowed transshipment facilities by the port of entry in case of imports and the port of exit in case of exports. O. 119 . Delivery of cargo: .R.As soon as a consignment for the Zone leaves the exit gate of the terminal at the first port of entry.All cargo to and from the Zones shall be cleared by the Collector of Customs or Collectorate exercising jurisdiction over the Zone. PACCS shall electronically intimate the Collectorate of Customs exercising jurisdiction over the Zone regarding the particulars of the departed consignment. 516. Transshipment permits:. PACCS shall electronically authorize the Terminal Operator to hand over those consignments to a bonded carrier that approaches the Terminal Operator with delivery orders from the shipping line for the goods where the address of the importer in the manifest is of a Zone. 18th June.Only such goods shall be allowed transshipment facilities from the first port of entry to a Zone as have been distinctly manifested for that Zone. 515. 2001 Sub-Chapter IX Export Processing Zones under PACCS Import and Export of goods to and from the Zones (Transshipment scheme) 511.THE CUSTOMS RULES.No separate declaration at the port of entry or. For purposes of safe carriage the carrier shall be governed by rule 329. the concerned office of the Collectorate exercising jurisdiction over the4 Zone shall electronically intimate receipt of such consignment to the Model Collect orate of Customs. Limitations: .The Terminal Operator shall. any permit except the manifest shall be required for transshipment of goods through PACCS and on receipt whereof. Safe Carriage: . Transshipment of cargo:.The procedure hereinafter laid down for the transshipment of goods from the first port of entry to the Zones shall be applicable under PACCS. the Terminal Operator shall electronically communicate the relevant particulars to PACCS.
whereupon. 526. Application of risk management system:. unless: (a) The seals of the containers upon arrival at the port of exit are found to be either missing or broken. (b) The container has been damaged en-route. and in case no response is received from the Collector of Customs within 72 hours of such communication to him. 524.520. contrary whereto. the PACCS shall. as the case may be.The Collectorate exercising jurisdiction over the Zone shall forward the cargo to the Model Collectorate of Customs after clearing it for exports and an intimation whereof shall be made online soon after the consignment departs from the Zone through a bonded carrier whereto rules 514 to 523 shall. Exports from Zones:. apply. (c) The Collectorate of jurisdiction from where the consignment has originated. the matter shall be electronically communicated to the Collector of Customs.All goods under transshipment to the Zones shall be subject to the PACCS. either the scanned image or examination re4port. Explanation: Provisions relating to scanning of goods shall be effective from the date the scanners become operational at the port. notwithstanding any other action that may be taken under the law. unless: (a) Illicit fire arms or explosive material is detected during scanning. Non-response by Collectorate of jurisdiction:. proceed to take action against the bonded carrier blocking their future carriage until the matter is resolved. shall be transmitted online before the Terminal Operator hands over the consignment to the bonded carrier.In case no acknowledgement for receipt of departed consignments is received from the concerned office of the Collect orate of jurisdiction after lapse of 72 hours of departure from the port of entry.Export consignment under transshipment from the Zones shall not be subjected to either risk management system or examination at the Model Collectorate of Customs. 522. Examination of goods under transshipment to the Zone: . 521. a reminder or notice to that effect shall be electronically communicated to the Collect orate of jurisdiction. the matter shall be electronically communicated to the Board. requests the Model Collectorate of Customs to examine the consignment on basis of specific information. 523. Reminder to Zones: . mutatis mutandis. it shall either be scanned by the Terminal Operator or examined by the customs authorities before handing over the consignment to the bonded carrier. Non-receipt of departed consignment:. (b) The goods have been classified as risky and are not claimed from the first port of entry for carriage to a Zone despite lapse of 72 hours of the arrival of goods.In case non-receipt of consignment is reported by the concerned office of the Collectorate of jurisdiction on lapse of 144 hours of the intimation of departure of goods. 525. Examination of exports: . 120 .The Collectorate exercising jurisdiction over a Zone shall acknowledge the receipt of transshipment of goods or cargo consignment within 144 hours of the intimation thereof.No consignment under transshipment to the Zones shall be subject to examination at the first port of entry.
limitations and restrictions as the Central Board of Revenue may impose from time to time. JAHANGIR.Exemption from custom duty and sales tax for all goods imported into and exported from the Export Processing Zones. 1980 (IV of 1980).1969 (IV of 1969). No. A. Joint Secretary 121 .R. the Federal Government. 881(I)/80. the 23rd August. 1980 Customs S. MINISTRY OF FINANCE AND ECONOMIC COORDINATION Islamabad.In exercise of the powers conferred by section 19 of the custom act . [C. is pleased to exempt from the whole of customs-duties and sales tax leviable on all the goods imported into and exported from the Export Processing Zones established under the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance.1951 (III of 1951).O.. 9(10)-SS(CB)/77] G.and section 7 of the Sales Tax Act. subject to such conditions.
No. [C. at such rates and subject to such conditions as are applicable to the goods exported outside Pakistan. 1980 (IV of 1980). 1951 (III of 1951). 1980 Customs S.In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (c) of section 21 of the Customs Act. the 23rd August.O. 882(I)/80. MINISTRY OF FINANCE AND ECONOMIC COORDINATION Islamabad..9(10)-SS(CB)/77] NASIR AHMED Secretary 122 . 1969 (IV of 1969). the Central Board of Revenue is pleased to authorize the repayment of customs-duties and sales tax paid on the raw materials used in the manufacture of goods admitted into the Export Processing Zones established under the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance.Repayment of Custom – duties and sales tax paid on the raw materials used in the manufacture of goods admitted into the Export Processing Zones from the Tariff Area of Pakistan.R. and sub-section (2A) of section 27 of the Sales Tax Act.
1980. dated the 31st July. MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES Islamabad.R. 1979.O. 1952.. S. 853(1)/81 dated July 30.R.In exercise of the powers conferred by section 25 of the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance.O. except in so far as they relate to supplies from Karachi Export Processing Zone to the tariff areas of Pakistan. SRO.5(1)/80-P. the 2nd June. 685(1)/79. 1973].R. 1980 (IV of 1980).Notification S.1) HASINUDDIN AQUIL Deputy Secretary 1[ Inserted by S. 1[the import Trade Control Order. the Import Policy Order issued from time to time and Schedules I to IV and VI annexed to the Ministry of Commerce‘s Notification NO.O. dated 02-06-1980 relating to exemption of Karachi Export Processing Zone from Import & Export Regulations. 1981 123 . (No. 582(I)/80. the Federal Government is pleased to exempt Karachi Export Processing Zone from the provisions of the Registration (Imports and Exports) Order. 582(1)/80.
1956 (XXXIII of 1956).Notification S. dated 23-11-1983 Relating to exemption of the Export Processing Zones from State Bank of Pakistan Act. HASINUDDIN AQUIL Deputy Secretary 124 3 . 1248(I)/81. the Federal Government is pleased to exempt the Export Processing Zones from all the provisions of the State Bank of Pakistan Act. except sections 7. MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES Islamabad the 23rd November. 40.R. 1248(1)/48.In exercise of the powers conferred by section 25 of the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance. 41 and 42 thereof*.R.O. 32. 1981 S.. 1962 (LVII of 1962). 1980 (IV of 1980). 25A.O. 1956 (XXXIII) of 1956) and Banking Companies Ordinance 1962 (LVII of 1962). and the Banking Companies Ordinance.
1981 S. dated 13-12-1981 Relating to exemption of the Export Processing Zones from Foreign Exchange Regulations Act 1947 (VII of 1947) MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES Islamabad the 13th December..R. 1947 (VII of 1947). the Federal Government is pleased to exempt the Export Processing Zones established under the said Ordinance from the provisions of the Foreign Exchange Regulations Act.O.In exercise of the powers conferred by section 25 of the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance.O. 1332(I)/81.R. 1980 (IV of 1980). HASINUDDIN AQUIL Deputy Secretary 125 . 1332(1)/81.Notification S.
PLANNING AND PROVINCIAL COORDINATION FINANCE DIVISION (External Finance Wing) Islamabad. Goods processed or manufactured or processed and manufactured in and exported from Export Processing Zones established under the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance. 8(1)-EF(G)/74 (Vol-I).R. Section Officer.1948.‖ [Case No.(a) in item 4. 1980 S. namely:In the aforesaid Notification. for the full-stop at the end a semi-colon and word ― . 1980 (IV of 1980). 535(I)/80:.MINISTRY OF FINANCE. the 25th May. and (b) after item 4 amended as aforesaid. 1947(VII of 1947). the Federal Government is pleased to direct that the following further amendment shall be made in its Notification No. 1(7)-ECS/48.In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 12 of the Foreign Exchange Regulation Act. the following mew item shall be added namely :―5. and ‖ shall be substituted . dated the 1st July. in the proviso. 126 .O.] MIRZA AFZAL BAIG.
dated the 1st July.1948. 436(I)/80:. Section Officer. 8(1)-EF(G)/74 (Vol-I). namely:In the aforesaid Notification. the Federal Government is pleased to direct that the following further amendment shall be made in its Notification No.(a) (b) in item 6.R.] MIRZA AFZAL BAIG. 1980 S. 127 . and ‖ shall be substituted . 1947(VII of 1947). for the full-stop at the end a semi-colon and word ― . 1(6)-ECS/48.O.‖ [Case No.In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 12 of the Foreign Exchange Regulation Act. 1980 (IV of 1980). PLANNING AND PROVINCIAL COORDINATION FINANCE DIVISION (External Finance Wing) Islamabad. in the proviso. and after item 6 amended as aforesaid.MINISTRY OF FINANCE. the following mew item shall be added namely :- ―7. Goods processed or manufactured or processed and manufactured in and exported from Export Processing Zones established under the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance. the 25th May.
[No. 5(6)/81-P1) MUHAMMAD HASIN KHAN Chief Research Officer 128 .O. 858(I)/82. September 8. Islamabad. 1980 (IV of 1980).Notification S. 1982 S. the Federal Government is pleased to exempt the Export Processing Zones from all the provisions of the Insurance Act. dated 08-09-1982 relating to exemption of the Export Processing Zones from the Insurance Act.In exercise of the powers conferred by section 25 of the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance.O. 1938 (IV of 1938) and Pakistan Insurance Corporation Act. 1957 (XXXVII of 1952).R.R. 1952 (XXXVII of 1952). and the Pakistan Insurance Corporation Act. 1938 (IV of 1938). Wednesday.858(1)/82:.
Exemption from central excise duty on such goods manufactured in the Tariff Area of Pakistan as are imported into an Export Processing Zone for use as raw materials or intermediary goods for further manufacture of goods in the Zone for export. CENTRAL BOARD OF REVENUE Islamabad the 18th October, 1992 Central Excise
S.R.O. 1022(I)/92:- In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 12A of the Central Excises and Salt Act, 1944 (I of 1944), the Federal Government is pleased to exempt from the whole of central excise duty such locally manufactured goods used as raw materials or intermediary goods by a manufacturer located in an Export Processing Zone for further manufacturing of goods in that Zone for export provided that the provisions of rule 13 of the Central Excise Rules, 1944, read with chapter IX thereof, have been observed. Explanation. – ―Export Processing Zone‖ means such area as is declared by the Federal Government to be a Zone under the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance, 1980 (IV of 1980). [C. No. 16 (28)-CEB/84]
MUMTAZ ALI Additional Secretary
Government of Pakistan Revenue Division CENTRAL BOARD OF REVENUE Islamabad the 7th June, 2003 C.No. 1(1)-CEB/03
Import of excisable goods by units located in export processing zones: CED exemption to all excisable goods was available if imported by manufacturers located in Export Processing Zones while at local stage, only raw materials/semi-finished excisable goods were exempted if purchased by the units located in EPZ and used as raw materials/intermediary goods. This distortion has been done away with. Now CED exemption is available to raw materials/intermediary goods imported or locally purchased by the manufacturers located in EPZ for use as raw materials/intermediary goods used in manufacturing of finished goods. No exemption of CED on finished goods (cement, beverages, cigarette etc.) will be available on import/locally purchased goods. The prevailing notification for imported goods S.R.O. 54(1 )/2000, dated the 18th August has been rescinded concurrently.
UMAR FAROOQ Chief (Central Excise)
MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES Islamabad, the 10th October, 1982 EXPORT PROCESSING ZONES (CONTROL OF EMPLOYMENT) RULES, 1982
S.R.O. 1003(I)/82:- In exercise of the powers conferred by section 26 of the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance, 1980 (IV of 1980), the Federal Government is pleased to make the following rules, namely:1. (2) 2. Short title and commencement.- (1) These rules may be called the Export Processing Zones (Control of Employment) Rules, 1982. They shall come into force at once. Definitions:- In these rules, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context; (i) ―employee‖ means a person employed or engaged for hire or for any pecuniary consideration to work within a Zone and includes a worker and workman; (ii) ―Ordinance‖ means the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance, 1980 (IV of 1980); and (iii) all other words and expressions used but not defined in these rules shall have the meaning assigned to them in the Ordinance. 3. Terms and conditions of service.-(1) The service of an employee shall be governed by the terms and conditions as laid down in his letter of appointment issued under sub-rule (2) by the employer under his signature and accepted by the employee. The employer shall issue a letter of appointment in duplicate containing the agreed terms and conditions of employment in details to every employee except to a person engaged on day-to-day basis. The employee shall put his signature or thumb impression on the duplicate copy of his letter of appointment in token of his acceptance and return the same to the employer.
An employee may resign from service by giving thirty days notice in writing or on payment of substantive pay or wages in lieu thereof. Any agreement of employment contrary to these rules shall be void. and section 9 of the Employees Old-Age Benefits Act. The Authority may from time to time issue instructions to employers regarding minimum wages.. Resignation. leave. Termination of service. go slow or strike. payment of wages. Prohibition of strike. incite or compel others to take part in or support.. health and safety measures and other compensations not specifically mentioned in these rules and the letter of appointment issued under sub-rule (1) and any violation of the instructions so issued shall render the sanction for the establishment of the industrial undertaking liable to be cancelled. 1965 (West Pakistan Ordinance No. instigate. 6. 5.The service of an employee may be terminated by an employer in accordance with the terms and conditions contained in his letter of appointment referred to in sub-rule (1) of rule 3. (5) (6) 4. if the letter of appointment contains no provision in that behalf the employer may terminate the service by giving thirty days notice in writing or on payment of substantive pay or wages in lieu thereof.(4) The employer shall be responsible to make payments of all contributions which would have been required to be paid by the employer under section 20 of the Provincial Employees Social Security Ordinance.(a) refrain from or refuse to work or go slow or go on strike. had the Zones not been exempted from the provisions thereof. holidays. No employee shall. continue. daily and weekly working hours. Provided that. 1976 (XIV of 1976). over-time work. 132 . X of 1965). or (b) commence.
The decision of the Labour Welfare Officer shall be in writing. satisfy the Labour Welfare Officer or Manager. to be appointed by the Authority for the purpose. Provided that the employer may be represented by an officer nominated by him for this purpose. to the Labour Welfare Officer of the Zone. Labour. at any time before the final decision of the case. (2) (3) (4) Adjudication. Any party aggrieved by a decision of the Labour Welfare Officer may. Labour. after hearing the parties. of the Zone. adjudicate and determine the dispute. to be appointed by the Authority for the purpose. Labour. file an appeal to the Manager. Upon receipt of an application under sub-rule (1). the Labour Welfare Officer shall. An appeal filed under sub-rule (4) shall be heard and determined by the Manager. (5) (6) (7) MUHAMMAD HASIN KHAN Chief Research Officer 133 . No counsel shall be allowed to appear in any proceedings before the Labour Welfare Officer or the Manager.7. Labour.. that the dispute has been resolved amicably. If the parties to a dispute or appeal. such dispute or appeal may be allowed to be withdrawn. within thirty days of the date thereof. whose decision shall be final.(1) An employee may refer a dispute as to the terms and conditions of his service or interpretation of these rules. within thirty days of an order passed by the employer.
1934 (XXV of 1934). MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES Islamabad. Ordinance No. The West Pakistan Industrial and Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance.In exercise of the powers conferred by section 25 of the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance. 1982 EXPORT PROCESSING ZONES (CONTROL OF EMPLOYMENT) RULES. 1969 (W.1004(1)/82.5(6)/81-P-1] MUHAMMAD HASIN KHAN Chief Research Officer 134 .P. The West Pakistan Shops and Establishment Ordinance.. The Industrial Relations Ordinance. and The Employees‘ Old-Age Benefits Act. The Minimum Wages Ordinance.. the Federal Government is pleased to exempt the export processing zones from all the provisions of the following laws. 1980 (IV of 1980). 1976 (XIV of 1976). the 10th October. 1961 (XXXIX of 1961). The Provincial Employees‘ social Security Ordinance. dated 10-10-1982 relating to exemption of Export Processing Zones from various labour laws. Ordinance No.R.O. The Factories Act. Ordinance No. 1923 (VIII of 1923). 1982 S. VI of 1968).R. The payment of Wages Act. 1936 (IV of 1936). 1969 (XXIII of 1969).P.O. VIII of 1969). X of 1965). (7) (8) (9) [No. 1965 (W. 1968 (W. namely:(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) The workmen‘s Compensation Act.P. 1004(I)/82.Notification S.
In the case seasonal establishment. the daily working hours of employee shall be so adjusted as not to exceed 50 hours in a week. or allowed leave by the circumstances. These instructions may be called EPZ Control of Employment order No. regarding working hours and rest periods as follows:1. (Control of Employment) as rules 1982. Hours worked shall include all time during which an employee is on duty. 1 OF 1983 In experience of power conferred by the sub-rule (5) of rule 3 of Export Processing Zones Authority (Control of Employment) rules 1982. ii. 1982 E. WEEKLY WORKING HOURS OF WORK: i. for more than fifty hours in a week.P. They shall come into force at once. 3. the limit of eight hours may be exceed in remaining days but in no case more then (48) hours per week. DAILY HOURS OF WORK: i.Z. ii. tea and prayers during working hours in addition to daily working hours. iii. 135 .P. They shall apply to all Employers & employees as defined in the E. 1 of 1983. However if the hours of work on one or more days are less than eight. CONTROL OF EMPLOYMENT ORDER NO. the Competent Authority is pleased to issue the instructions. No employee shall be allowed of required to work in an establishment/industrial undertaking for more than forty eight (48) hours a week the factory is seasonal one.EXPORT PROCESSING ZONES AUTHORITY (CONTROL OF EMPLOYMENT) RULES. TEA & PRAYERS TIME OFFS: Employers shall provide reasonable time for meals. ii. 4. 2. No employee shall be asked to work more than eight hours in any day excluding meal periods tea and prayer breaks.Z.A. MEAL PERIODS. SHORT TITLE AND COMPENCEMTNT: i.
To prevent loss or damage to perishable goods. The employer may require his employees to work on any day. earthquake. or imminent danger to public safety. All the gazetted & optional holiday announced by Govt. epidemic of other disaster or calamity to prevent loss of life and property. typhoon. ii. GAZEETED HOLDYS: i. equipment or installation. Where the nature of work requires continuous operations and the stoppage of work may result in irreparable injury or loss to the employer and vii. OBLIGATION TO WORK ON A REST DAY: i. Every employer shall provide his employees a rest period not less than twenty four (24) consecutive hours after every day for six consecutive normal work days. vi. 7. or similar to the forgoing as determined by the authority. ii. ii. In case of urgent work to be performed on the machinery. where the employer cannot ordinary be expected to resort to other measure. In the event of abnormal pressure of work out to special circumstances. of Pakistan shall be treated as holidays for every employee of Industrial undertaking/Establishment provided that the establishment is not running shift.5. WEEKLY REST PERIOD: i. v. fine flood. In case of actual or impending emergencies caused by serious accident. In case of shifts. General Manager (Facilities) 136 . iv. The employer shall determine the schedule of weekly rest day for his employees. the employer shall provide compensatory leave or overtime payment by mutual consent. Under other circumstances analogous. (PERVAIZ AKHTAR SANKHLA) Dy. 6. iii. to avoid serious loss which the employer would otherwise suffer.
P.2 They shall come into force at ones. They shall apply to all employers and employees as defined in the EPZ (control of Employment) rules 1982.EXPORT PROCESSING ZONES AUTHORITY (CONTROL OF EMPLOYMENT) RULES. 2. 1. v.Z. other than apprentice employed in the industrial undertaking of zone shall be paid wages at the rate not lower than Rs. I―Apprentice‖ manes a person who is employed whether on payment of wages or not. DEFINITION: i.600/. The wages of skilled and supervisory staff shall be determined by the employer himself Commensurate with his qualification and experience. iii. Minimum Wages: i. Every unskilled worker. for the purpose of being trading in any trade and craft or employment in any Industrial Undertaking. iii. 1982 E. SHOET TITILE & CIMMENCEMENT: i. ii. ii. iv. the Competent Authority is pleased to issue the instructions regarding minimum wages allowance and overtime work. IThe employer shall fix the rate of remuneration for piece rated workers so as to ensure that workers in such piece works occupations are enabled by working 8 hours per day and six days in each week to earn not less than Rs. ii.P. 2 OF 1983 In exercise of powers conferred by sub rule (5) of rule 3 of Export processing Zones Authority ( Control of Employment) Rules 1982. Other allowances and perquisites shall be the sole discretion of the employer. IThe said rate of wages shall be applicable to all time rated workers including temporary and piece rated workers.Z. These instructions may be called E. control of Employment Order No. CONTROL OF EMPLOYMENT ORDER NO. 3. Unskilled workers means a worker who does not possess institutionalized training or reasonable experience of recognized technical skill of the trade.per month.m.600/-p. 137 .
Such leave. may at his request in lieu of warned leave not availed of by him. MEDICAL CARE AND RELIEF FOR DEATH AND ENJURY UNDER SOCIAL SECURITY SCHME: Till such time as arrangements are made with the social security Institution. HASHMI Manager (Facilities) 138 . CASUAL.4. Medical care. NOTE: The employee must. Such leave shall not ordinarily be granted of more than three days and shall not be accumulated. iv.) SHAHID I. seek prior permission for the leave from his employer. such absence being for whole of any part of the period during which he is required to for whole or any part of the period during which he is required to work. he should ensure t inform his employer the reason for not attending his duties at the earliest opportunity). to be extent available to a secured person under the social security scheme. DEDUCTION ASSENCE FROM DUTY: The employer may deduct wage on account of the unauthorized absence of an employer from the place of work. Group insurance – for injury and / or death in the course of employment. through a recognized medical institution. the wages payable to such employee in respect of overtime work shall be calculated at double the rate wage payable to him. as far as possible. be paid by the employer full wages for such leave. The employee. 10(B) of west Pakistan (Standing order ordinance. 6. 7.SICK & EARNED LEAVE: i. Such leave if not availed of by any employee in any year may be accumulated upto 30 days. other than casual worker: i. but total accumulation shall not exceed sixteen (16) days at any time. In case of emergency and illness. ii. OVERTIME WORK: When any employee is required to work overtime in any industrial undertaking more than forty eight (48) in a week. if not availed of by any employee during a calendar year. may be carried forward. ii. Every employee shall be entitled to earned leave with full wages for minimum period of (14) days after continuous employment for a period of twelve (12) months. Every employee shall be entitiled to casual leave with full wages for minimum ten (10) days in every year. No further accumulation of or addition to such leave will be permissible. Every employee shall be entitled to sick leave with full wages for a total period of 8 days in every year. iii. the employer shall undertake to provide the following benefits to each employee. 5. such that the compensation received by the affected person or his/her hiers is not less than that admissible under the social security scheme and sec.
3 They shall some into force at once. They shall apply in all employers and Employees as defined in the E.Z (Control of Employment) rules 1982. ii. Control of employment Order No. CONTROL OF EMPLOYMENT ORDER NO. iii. The medical examination shall be done qualified doctor nominated by and at the cost of employer. ii. SHORT TITLE & COMMENCEMENT i. MINIMUM AGE OFR APPRENTICESHIP: i. ‗Audit‘ means a person who has completed his seventeen year. ‗Child‘ means a person who has not completed his fifteenth year.P. 1984 E. Every apprentice must be physically fir at the time of recruitment.Z.P. 3 In exercise of powers conferred by the rule (5) of rule 3 of Export Processing Zones Authority Rules 1982. ‗Adolescent‘ means a person who has completed his fifteenth but has not completed has seventeen year: iii.Z. expected degree of skill and minimum educational qualification laid down at the time of entrance. iii.KARACHI PROCESSING ZONE No. 2. the Competent Authority is pleased to issue instructions regarding apprenticeship as follows:1.P. Fac-17-005 February 19. ii. These instructions may be called E. The minimum age for enrolment as an apprentice shall be 15 years. DEFINITIONM: i. DURATION OF APPRENTICESHIP: The duration of apprenticeship for every trade. 139 . 3.
It shall not be obligatory on the part of employer to offer an employment to an apprentice on the completion of apprentice to serve the employer after the completion of his apprenticeship.5. Adult women shall also not be allowed to work between 2200 to 600 hours. 400/No apprentice shall be paid stipend on the basis of pace of work. iii. LEAVE & HOLIDAYS: i. ii. 7. ii. leave and holidays for an apprentice shall be the same as for other employees in the industrial undertakings. 6. Working hours. person other than adult shall be allowed to work in night shift or overtime. WORKING HOURS. The certificate shall indicate the specific trade. HASHMI Manager (Facilities) 140 . CERTIFICTION: The employer shall arrange to issue certificate to his apprentice on successful training during apprenticeship period. STIPEND & INCENTIVE DURING PERIOD OF APPENTICESHIP: i. 8. Note withstanding the provision of 5(i) and 5(ii) the employer shall be free to offer and pay monetary and other in incentives to an apprentice for good progress during his apprenticeship. SHAHID I. The employer shall pay to apprentice. the degree of proficiency achieved etc. An employer shall not recruit the same person as an apprentice more than once. during the period of apprenticeship stipend of at least Rs. No. period or nature of training including related instructions undergone.
. not being less than remuneration based on the minimum rates of wages declared under the EPZ control of Employment order No.4 They shall come into force on the first day of May. 2. Any payment to defray special expenses.EXPORT PROCESSING ZONES AUTHORITY (CONTROL OF EMPLOYMENT) RULES. (MIRZA JAFAR HUSAIN) General Manager (Facilities) 141 . They shall apply to all the industrial undertaking in KEPZ.P. 5. DEFINITIONS: ―Employee‖ –means any person working. 4 In exercise of the power conierred by rules IV & V of the Export Processing Zones Authority (Control of Employment) Rules 1982. and shall be other additions in respect of the cost of living and any payment by the employer to the worker in respect of any period of authorized leave. ii. 3.P. 4. SHORT TITLE AND COMMENCEMENT: i. under a contract of service or apprenticeship. Control of Employment Order No. for wages in or is connection with the worker of any Industrial undertaking under any written contract of service or apprenticeship. 1. REGISTRATION OF THE EMPLOYEES WITH AN INSURANCE CO. CONTROL OF EMPLOYMENT ORDER NO. normally for at least twenty four hours per week. and the balance shall be paid to the employee till such time as alternative arrangements for providing these benefits are made. the Employment Authority is pleased to issue the following instructions regarding Social Security benefits for the workers of industrial Undertaking at Karachi Export Processing Zone. ―Wages‖-means remuneration for service payable in cash to a person.Z. the employers shall set apart 7% of the premium shall be paid to the Insurance Company for providing cover to the employee as detailed in Appendix-I. iii.COMPLIANCE: Failure to comply with these Instructions shall render an employer liable to action under EPZA (Control of Employment) Rules 1982. EXCLUSTON: Payment of overtime. 1982 E. and the balance disbursed to the employee are given. 2 without taking in to account deduction for any purpose. These instructions may be called E. SUBMISSION OF STATEMENT: Every employer shall submit a monthly statement t oEPZA/KEPZ Administration in which the details of the premium paid to the Insurance Co.Z. NON. ―employer‖-means the owner of the industrial undertaking and includes any agent. All the employees working in the Industrial undertakings of the Karachi Export Processing Zone shall be insured for providing social security benefits and workmen Compensation with an insurance Company on the terms and conditions which are not less favorable than those mentioned in appendix-I. manager or representative of the owner. 1985.
The intending visitors would be granted a single journey entry visa valid by three months by our concerned on production or a letter from the khi authority in each case . Office Memorandum Subject: Grant of visas to investors and foreign persons in KEPZ and their registration . officer of KEPZA should take care of the foreigners to avoid hardship to them.it would be done in the office of the foreigners registration officer Karachi.IV dated 17th march .1/4/83-visa Government Of Pakistan Ministry Of Interior ______________ Islamabad . of the foreign investors and their personnel working in Karachi export processing zone: I.9(30)/84admn. The ministry is requested to bring the above procedure to the notice of all the attending investors/ visitors. IV. As regard registration of foreigners . Multiple journey visas would be rendered for such periods as recommended by the said authority. 1. III. Mushataq Ahmed Gujar Section officer 143 . under intimation to this ministry. On arrival in Pakistan they and their family members would be issued multiple journey valid for one year by the regional passport office concerned on clearance by the concerned agencies.after due checking.subjected noted above and to say that it has been decided that following procedure may be adopted for insurance of visas and registration etc.M NO. II. The undersigned is directed to refer to minister of industries O. on yearly basis.The 21st May 1986.No.
O.. namely:(a) the Pakistan Embassy or Consulate in Kabul. shall be allowed via land route. export of all commodities produced or manufactured in Pakistan. (2) (b) (c) (d) 144 . (ii) rebate of central excise duty and (iii) repayment for drawback of customs-duty. all items and commodities produced or manufactured in Pakistan exported. packages or retail packing shall prominently and indelibly be marked with the expression "For Export Only". 137(I)/2002:. (ii) rebate of central excise duty. 1950 (XXXIX of 1950). Kandhar and Jalalabad shall verify the arrival of export consignments from Pakistan. (1) for paragraph 8 the following shall be substituted. subject to the following conditions.In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 3 of the Imports and Exports (Control) Act.GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN MINISTRY OF COMMERCE NOTIFICATION Islamabad. Torkham and Chaman. excluding those manufactured in manufacturing bonds.Subject to provisions of sub-paragraph (1) of paragraph 5. namely:(8) (1) Export to Afghanistan and through Afghanistan to Central Asian Republics In Pak Rupees. 2000. and (iii) repayment of drawback of customs-duty. and in case of international donor agencies "For Export only – supply for aid to Afghanistan (insignia of the organization) – not for sale in Pakistan". against Pak-rupee on filing of regular shipping bills without Form ‗E‘. shall be allowed (i) zero-rating of sales tax on taxable goods. shall be allowed but these exports shall not be entitled to (i) zero-rating of sales tax on taxable goods. (ii) rebate of central excise duty. In convertible currency. the 7th March. export shall be allowed only through authorized export land routes i. 2002 S. or advance payment.. (This condition of verification from Pakistan Missions shall remain suspended until these Missions or Sub-Missions become fully functional). except vegetable ghee and cooking oil. the Federal Government is pleased to direct that the following further amendments shall be made in the Export Policy and Procedure Order.R. in convertible foreign currency. and (iii) repayment or drawback of customs duty. via land route or by air against irrevocable letters of credit. and export from Export Processing Zones and manufacturing bonds. Such exports shall not be entitled to (i) zero-rating of sales tax on taxable goods.Subject to provisions of sub-para (1) of paragraph 5 and Schedule IV. namely:In the aforesaid Order.e.
FAO. namely:"9. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Cigars. (3) in Schedule 1. UNICEF against international tenders. UNDP.Export of such goods as are made by or on behalf of UNCHR. Polyester metalized film. as relief goods to Afghanistan.(3) Export by international donor agencies. the following new paragraph shall be inserted. cheroots. Ball bearings. Normal duty drawback shall remain available on exports to the Central Asian Republics via Iran. WHO.The export of petroleum & petroleum products shall be made by refineries and approved oil marketing companies only. namely:III the following new Schedule shall be (4) "SCHEDULE –VI (See paragraph 8) Negative List of items for exports to Afghanistan under Duty Drawback Scheme. Export of petroleum and petroleum products to Afghanistan:. Vegetable ghee and cooking oil.IV] (MOHAMMAD ASHRAF) Deputy Secretary 145 . rebate of central excise duty and normal repayment / drawback of customs duty shall be allowed on these products against irrevocable letters of credit or advance payment in convertible currency".The export of vegetable ghee and cooking oil shall be allowed (excluding that manufactured in manufacturing bonds in case of exports to Afghanistan only) provided there is value addition of fifteen per cent for edible uses in packs up to five liters for cooking oil and five kilograms for vegetable ghee and fifty per cent value addition in non-edible uses in packs up to one half litre or half kilogram". ICRC. cigarillos and cigarettes of tobacco or of tobacco substitutes.)― [F. Zero-rating of sales tax. Yarn all types. 9 in column (1) and the entries relating to in columns (2) and (3) the following shall be substituted. for serial No. (2) after paragraph 12A. Dyes and chemicals. Vegetable ghee and cooking oil (if exported from Export Processing Zones or manufacturing bonds. namely:- (4) (5) "12B.. through all standard modes of payment including letters of credit. PVC and PMC materials. and after Schedule added. Export of acetic anhydride to Afghanistan shall not be allowed till further order. advance payment and DA/DP basis.18(11)/2000-E.. World Food Programme. UNFPA. shall be allowed the facility of normal duty drawback against payment in convertible foreign currency.No.
Definitions. namely :1.(I) These regulations may be called the Export Processing Zones (Control of Entry and Exit of Persons and Goods) Regulation. (b) any duly authorized representative of the investor . (2) (3) They shall apply to all zones. 1980 (IV of 1980). to issue a past to person for entry into a Zone. with the approval of the Federal Government . 1994 NOTIFICATION S. and © authorized clearing agent Provided that a person against whom an enquiry or investigation is pending or who is involved in any unlawful act in the vicinity or within a Zone shall not be allowed to enter or re enter the Zone and a register of all such persons shall be maintained for the guidance of the authorities concerned with the enforcement of these regulations. and (b) ―Ordinance‖ means Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance 1980 (IV of 1980) (2) The words and expressions used but not defined in these regulations shall have the meanings assigned to them in the Ordinance. Short title. 214(KE)/94: In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (I) of section 27 of the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance. other than an order passed under sub regulation (1) of regulation 9. the 21st November. 3.(I) The following categories of persons shall be eligible to be issued passes for entry into a Zone. (2) Any person aggrieved by any order. 1994.-. 146 .— (a) ―authorised officer‖ means an officer authorised in this behalf by the chairman. application and commencement. 4.GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES AND PRODUCTION (Export Processing zones Authority) Islamabad. 1981.R.-. unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context. the Export Processing Zones Authority.-.-.No person shall enter in Zone unless he is in possession of valid pass issued by the authorised officer. Person eligible for issuance of passes. and rule 17 of the Export Processing Zones authority Rules. They shall come into force at once 2. namely :-(a) the investor .(I) in these regulations. No entry without a valid pass.O. is pleased to make the following regulations. refusing his entry or re-entry in the Zone may prefer an appeal to the Chairman of the Authority whose decision shall be final.
5. Passes not transferable. as the case may be. 10. (3) After the issue of aforesaid detention Order the car or the vehicle carrying the consignment shall not be removed from its place till such time the matter has been investigated by Customs authorities and clearance given by them in writing. Duties of the Shift Incharge. 8.(I)Where a person is found involved in theft or smuggling including abetment thereof. on presentation of the pass. while on duty. 11. the investor.---The Shift Incharge.-. Persons and vehicles liable to search. Inspector (Security) or the Security Guard at the gate. pink.-. 147 . (2) If an information is received that an attempt is being made to smuggle out goods by concealing them in a car. and verify the number of packages or container. he shall be handed over to the concerned authorities for prosecution according to law and in case such person is convicted of the offence.Customs Police officers. 12. he shall not be allowed entry in the Zone. in quadruplicate consisting of blue. etc. 7.--The authorised officer may issue a gate pass to a person. Entry without obtaining pass in certain cases. his representative or his authorised clearing agent shall present all the four copies of the Entry Gate Pass to the Shift Incharge.-. Gate pass for entry of goods.All persons and vehicles entering in or going out of a Zone shall be liable to be searched at the gate or any where within the Zone. 9. Mutilation and destruction of pass to be reported.-. check that the number of the vehicle is the same as mentioned in gate pass . Prosecution of persons involved in unlawful acts. fire-fighting personnel and equipments and hospital ambulance may be allowed entry.In case of mutilation or destruction of a pass the holder there of shall immediately report this fact to the authorised officer who may after such enquiry as he may deem fit. shall :(a) (b) © (d) Check that the seal of the packages or container is intact . Entry of dutiable goods in a Zone.Passes issued under these regulations shall not be transferable. In a Zone or vicinity thereof. white and yellow copies. issue a new pass. on production of their identity cards if they cannot obtain passes due to exigencies of situation.-. Inspector (Security) or the Security Guard. 6. the Inspector shall stop the car or vehicle and issue a detention Order specified in Annex to these regulations and forth-with report the matter to the Incharge of the Zone. the Shift Incharge or.-. or through an export consignment.Where the dutiable goods are brought into a Zone. verify the marks and numbers on th packages . specified in regulation 4.
and return the remaining three copies of the gate pass to the investor. obtain clearance from the customs both on the white and yellow copies and thereafter hand over the white copy to the security official to remove the goods from the Zone. for presenting them. affix a stamp ―RETURNABLE ― on the white copy of the gate pass. to his representative or his authorised Clearing Agent. 15. (3) The contractor shall. his representative or.--. pink. alongwith goods. earth or crush stone shall be brought into the Zone subject to such directions as the Authority may specify and the name of the driver with time and date shall be written on the while copy of the gate-pass. at the time of removing the goods from the Zone. retrieve the white copy from the security official on duty. his authorised Clearing Agent may be remove from the zone dutiable goods on presenting all the four copies of the Exit Gate Pass to the Customs authorities at the check post. 148 .---The authorised officer may issue Exit Gate Pass to any of the persons specified in regulation 4. Entry and exit of petty items. write down the name of the driver with time and date the white copy of the gate pass and retain it . Exit of dutiable goods.(I) Petty Item including construction material like sand. (2) The item like shuttering. or. mixing machine or tool tackles shall be brought into the Zone in accordance with procedure specified in sub-regulation (I) and the custom officer concerned shall. white and yellow copies.13.--. for taking out goods from the Zone. at the time of entry.(I) specified in regulations 12 shall--(a) (b) © After checking any of the officials (d) sign and stamp all the four copies of the gate pass .--. etc. Exit gate pass. as the case may be. 14. as the case may be. 16. Procedure after checking--. After customs-clearance the pink copy of the pass should be handed over to the Shift Incharge or Inspector and goods shall be taken to the industrial undertaking.The Investor. Custom Officer to sign and stamp certain copies. the Custom Officer on duty shall sign and stamp all the four copies. in quadruplicate consisting of blue.After necessary processing. to the Customs Check Post. 17. retain blue copy of the gate pass and return the remaining copies to the person presenting the gate pass.
white and yellow copies of the pass from the Custom. 22. Presentation of three copies. may relax any provision of the regulations and if such a situation arises after the office hours the verbal permission from the said officer shall be obtained on telephone and entry to this effect shall be made in the Daily Round Book.All entry and exit gate Passes of goods and persons shall be noted in the Daily Round Book by the respective Shift Incharge or the Inspector immediately after the consignment enters into. and © return the yellow copy to the investor. Gate passes to be deposited. from the Incharge of the Zone of the verbal relaxation referred to in sub-regulation (1). SEC/3/020) JAVED AHMED Secretary 149 . the inspector (Security) shall. on the next working day. © Check that seal on the packages of the container is intact . as the case may be. his representative or. or moves out of.All gate passes shall be entered in a separate register and the white copies of the passes shall be retained for record in the Security Division while the pink copy shall be sent to the Facilities Division of the Authority. 21. Procedure after checking.--.---After checking. 23. the Zone gate. obtain written confirmation.The gate passes received in one shift shall be handed over to the Shift Incharge or the Inspector of the next shift and so on till the next working day when all gate passes shall be deposited with Assistant Manager (Security). inspector (Security).--. the Security Guard at the gate who shall--(a) ensure that all the three copies of the Gate Pass bear signature and stamp of the Custom Officer . any of the officials specified in regulation 18 shall--(a) sign and stamp all the four copies of the pass . (No. (b) check that vehicle number is the same as specified in the gate pass . the same shall be presented to the Shift Incharge.---On receiving the pink. (2) The Shift Incharge or.--. (d) count the number of the packages or container and verify with those specified in the gate pass . 20.18. (b) write name of the driver with time and date on the white copy and retain it with the pink copy . 19. as the case may be. Passes to be entered in a register. his authorised Clearing Agent for presenting the same along with goods at the Custom Check Post. as the case may be.(I) The provisions of these regulations shall be strictly complied with by all functionaries of the Authority responsible for their enforcement and no official of the Authority shall relax any provisions thereof : Provided that where in any emergent situation the compliance of the regulations is not possible he case shall be referred to the Incharge of the Zone who for reasons to be recorded in writing. Relaxation. or. All passes to be noted. on Daily Round Book.--. and (e) verify the marks and numbers given on the packages of the containers.
(Loaded with …………………………….PART lll THE GAZETTE OF PAKISTAN.Export Processing Zone Custom Check Post…………………………………………… 150 .Export Processing Zone Gate House. Export Processing Zone today at____________________________________ (Time) WHEREAS on the basis of the information received. I have reason to believe that some unspecified quantity of unauthorized unaccounted of or good are being illegally removed from the side Zone through above mentioned vehicle. DEC 22. Incharge ………………………………………. therefore. 1994 2329 DETENTION ORDER WHEREAS Vehicle No………………. in pursuance of sub-regulation (2) of regulation 9 of Export Processing Zones Authority (Control of Entry and Exit of Goods and Persons)Regulations.(Loaded with……………. ii.. Copy to: i. Un-loaded Packages) shall not be removed from its present unit Customs authorities have satisfied themselves about the suspected illegal removal of good. INSPECTOR /SHIFT INCHARGE ……………….. seize above said vehicle and put the same under detention and direct that the vehicle No……………………….. EXTRA. I.. 1994. Mr../M/s…………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………….. Un-loaded) Packages) has made a request or the exit from ……………………………………….
shall at the time of export of goods by an industrial undertaking located in the areas declared by the Federal Government to be a Zone within the meaning of the aforesaid Ordinance. collect tax at the rate specified in Division IV of Part III of the First Schedule. 2003 151 . 1980 (VI of 1980).INCOME TAX ORDINANCE – 2001 GOVT. OF PAKISTAN FEDERAL BOARD OF REVENUE (REVENUE DIVISION) CHAPTER X Part – V Advance Tax and Deduction of Tax at Source Division III (Deduction of Tax at Source) Section – 154 Export 5[(3A) The Export Processing Zone Authority established under Export Processing Zone Authority Ordinance.] 5[ Inserted by the Finance Act.
(3). OF PAKISTAN FEDERAL BOARD OF REVENUE (REVENUE DIVISION) THE FIRST SCEDULE Part – III (Deduction of Tax at Source) Division IV (Export) 1[(1) The rate of tax to be deducted under sub-section (1).] 1[ Substituted by the Finance Act. 152 .INCOME TAX ORDINANCE – 2001 GOVT. 2009. (3A). (3B) or (3C) of section 154 shall be 1% of the proceeds of the export.
1(51)INC/2007] (Khalid Aziz Banth) Member (Direct Taxes)/Additional Secretary 153 . 2009. the 29th June. _______________________________________________________________ [C. namely:In the aforesaid Schedule. Gwadar. 2001 (XLIX of 2001). namely:―(126D) Profit and gains derived by a taxpayer from an industrial undertaking set up in the Gwadar declared by the Federal Government to be a Zone within the meaning of Export Processing Zone Authority Ordinance. the following new clause shall be inserted. in Part I. the Federal Government is pleased to direct that the following further amendment shall be made in the Second Schedule to the said Ordinance. NOTIFICATION (INCOME TAX) S.GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN REVENUE DIVISION FEDERAL BOARD OF REVENUE ***** Islamabad. 606(I)/2009.No. after clause (126C).R.. 1980 (IV of 1980) as Export Processing Zone. for a period of ten years beginning with the month and year in which the industrial undertaking is set up or commercial operation commenced.In exercise of the powers conferred by subsection (2) of section 53 of the Income Tax Ordinance.‖. whichever is later.O.
embellished.SI/MISC/216/98-CUS/EPZ Dated 28-09-2002 STANDING ORDER NO. The investor shall declare on each copy of application the relevant particulars of the reverse sub-contracting work e. after the goods have been processed. SI/MISC/216/98-CUS/EPZ dated May 05. 2005 154 .06. ‗triplicate‘ and ‗quadruplicate‘. APPLICATION BY INVESTOR: The investor. worked and further manufactured. 1 The word ―directly‖ added by letter No. ‗duplicate‘. in the KEPZ. dated 18. quantity. Central Board of Revenue has allowed the facility of reverse sub-contracting in the Export Processing Zone by units based in tariff area and in this regard CBR has added rules 230 in sub-chapter (C ) of SRO 450(1)/2001. nature of the sub-contract. its processing charges. Each copy shall be duly marked as ‗original‘.05 /2002-(EXPORTS) Subject: PROCEDURE FOR TRANSFER OR GOODS FROM TARIFF AREA TO KARACHI EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE FOR SUB-CONTRACTING AT KEPZ In order to facilitate the Investors at KEPZ. etc. 3. CENTRAL GUIDE LINES: The facility of sub-contracting shall be restricted only to such type of items which are capable of identification at the time of entry into and removal from the KEPZ.2001.GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN COLLECTORATE OF CUSTOMS (EXPORTS) CUSTOM HOUSE KARACHI NO. as the case may be.g. name of the unit in the tariff area from which the goods are brought in. shall apply for reverse subcontracting work to be carried out by him on the prescribed format (annexed as ‗A‘) in quadruplicate to the Assistant/Deputy Collector of Customs 1directly. value of the imported inputs to be used by the unit in the KEPZ. the following instructions are hereby issued for immediate compliance by all concerned:2. Accordingly in-order to prescribe the detailed Customs procedure for availing the facility of Sub-Contracting. materials to be brought into the Zone.
the Investor shall submit the following documents along-with the application: a) A copy of the reverse sub-contracting agreement. c) A post-dated cheque equal to the amount of Indemnity Bond. d) An undertaking to the effect that the sub-contracting work will be completed within the stipulated period. Deleted vide letter No. The Assistant /Deputy Collector (KEPZ) shall allow the entry of sub-contracting goods into KEPZ for a period as he may deem fit.4. in rare circumstances. b) An Indemnity Bond (as per annex-B) equal to double the amount of the value of the goods as given in the agreement. The Principal Appraiser shall also ensure that the relevant data of the application has been entered in the register maintained for the reverse sub-contracting. However. DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED BY THE INVESTOR: At the time of submission of application to the 2Assistant/Deputy Collector of Customs. He shall also check that the undertaking. 2005 ―After approval of the case by the Assistant/Deputy Collector of Custom‖ added by letter No. 3deleted ACTION TO BEA TAKEN BY CUSTOMS (KEPZ): 4After approval of the case by the Assistant /Deputy Collector of Customs. shall ensure that the value of the material being brought into the Zone and the value of the goods after processing are fair and in accordance with Section 25 of the Customs Act. a maximum period of one year may be allowed by AC/DC (KEPZ) and. while processing the case.06. The concerned Appraising Officer shall scrutinize and process the case for detachment of Indemnity Bond and post-dated cheque. SI/MISC/216/98-CUS/EPZ dated May 05. The Principal Appraiser (KEPZ) shall maintain a master register for each unit in KEPZ availing the facility of reverse sub-contracting. 6. The Indemnity Bond and Post-dated Cheque shall be detached after approval from Assistant/Deputy Collector (KEPZ). SI/MISC/216/98-CUS/EPZ dated May 05. 2 3 4 Assistant /Deputy Collector of Customs substituted by letter No. 5. 2005. Indemnity Bond and post-dated cheque submitted by the investor are equal to twice the amount of ascertained value of the material to be admitted into KEPZ for reverse subcontracting. 1969. 2005 155 . subchapter (C ) of SRO 450(1)/2001 dated 18. SI/MISC/216/98-CUS/EPZ dated May 05. further extension may be allowed by the Additional Collector which shall not be more than 180 days in any circumstances. ii. i. the Customs shall process the case in the light of rule-230.2001. The Appraising Officer.
On the basis of this application. the terms of contract and the unit consumption mentioned in the Analysis Card. the Customs authorities shall examine the goods and endorse examination report on the serially numbered assessment slip. triplicate and quadruplicate copies of the application shall be handed over to the applicant or his authorized representative. The Customs staff poste4d at the KEPZ gate shall endorse particulars of passing in of the material on the triplicate copy. with five copies of each serial number (Annex-D). The bank shall make endorsement of the payment on each of the four copies of the assessment slip. 156 . iii. The duplicate copy shall be handed over to Customs Preventive Staff posted at the gate at the time of removal of goods from KEPZ to tariff area.. They shall send the triplicate copy to Principal Appraiser (KEPZ) after all the material. The Investor shall retain the quadruplicate copy for his record. re-survey shall not be required. Duty and taxes shall be worked out on value addition only. He shall submit the final break-up of processed goods in terms of the total value. If an earlier survey of identical nature has already been conducted. the Investor shall approach the Customs Authorities at KEPZ on the prescribed format (Annex-C) for removal of the manufactured goods. if any. The Principal Appraiser (KIEPZ) shall get the consignment examined as and when the goods are admitted into KEPZ. which is not more than one year old. keeping in view the provisions of Section 25 of the Customs Act. Four copies of the assessment slip shall be detached and handed over to the Investor for payment of duty and taxes as worked out by the concerned appraising officer. After completion of the sub-contracting work. if utilized. to be admitted in the Zone. for the issuance of analysis card. duplicate. 1969. The applicant or his authorized representative shall deliver the triplicate copy to Customs Preventive staff at KEPZ Gate. ii. The duplicate copy of the application. Such survey shall be conducted in case where consumption of the imported raw material by the investor is involved.iii. duly processed by Customs. The Original copy shall be kept in the relevant file. if required. processing charges and value of imported inputs. i. He shall verify the particulars declared in the application and also have the unit surveyed. REMOVAL OF FINISHED GOODS FROM KEPZ TO TARIFF AREA 7. shall be handed over to KEPZ Authority for issuance of Gate Pass. The investor shall deliver the triplicate copy to KE4PZ authorities for issuance of gate pass. Principal appraiser (KEPZ) shall retain the first copy of the assessment slip. has been passed in or after the expiry of the time period allowed for sub-contracting. while the investor shall retain quadruplicate copy for his own record..
ACTION AGAINST THE INVESTOR: In case the investor fails to complete the sub-contracting or contravenes any provisions of law for the time being in force. the Assistant / Deputy Collector of Customs (KEPZ) shall proceed against the investor in terms of the Indemnity Bond submitted by him and the relevant penal provisions of the Customs Act. (AFTAB ANWAR BALOCH) Collector 157 .iv. On being satisfied that all mate3rial brought into the Zone has been utilized and there after cleared on payment of duties and taxes in accordance with the procedure prescribed in this regard. 9. the Investor shall apply to Assistant/Deputy Collector (KEPZ) for release of the Indemnity Bond and Post-dated Cheque submitted at the time of admission of the material into Zone. RELEASE OF INDEMNITY BOND/POST-DATED CHEQUE: 8. he shall release the post-dated cheque and Indemnity Bond within three days of the receipt of application. the. After removal of goods. Removal of the goods shall be allowed in the presence of the ―Examining Officer of Customs (KEPZ). The Custms Staff posted at the gate shall endorse the vehicle number and the number of packages on the duplicate copy of the application. 1969 and the Rules made there under.
_______________________________ Description of Security attached _______________________________ 8. Name. Signature and seal of the Authorized person of the investor 158 . Necessary Particulars are given below:1. 7.EPZA 19 adition October. 4. Mate rial to be transferred Form & Shape of end-product Material used/unit of end Product 6. 5.__________ DATED __________________________ The Assistant Collector of Customs.Note: The declaration in point 4 & 6 must be compared with units. Nature of sub-contract work _______________________________ (use separate sheet to give the details) _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ (use separate sheet to given the details) 3. It is certified that the above mentioned particulars given in this application are true and correct and we undertake that goods shall be brought back to the zone as per declaration given above. Export processing Zone. Karachi Annexure P A R T-1 Forrm No. 1983 _________________________________ _________________________________ EPZA REGISTRATION NO. 13 & 14 and discrepancies noted. 9. their form and shape actually brought as given against Serial Nos. _______________________________ Expected date of return of goods back to the Zone. Value added in the Tariff Area that will _______________________________ be surrendered to State Bank of Pakistan (Attach the terms & conditions of subcontract in support of it) Units of end-product that will be brought back to the Zone. Name of the firm/Enterprise in the Tariff Area to whom the sub-contract is awarded. Signature and Seal of Customs Officer Export Processing Zone. SUBJECT:APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION OF SUB-CONTRACTING Kindly permit our firm to transfer raw-material/semi-finished goods to Tariff Area for further processing. Karachi. ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ 2.
shape and quantity as stated above. ____________________________ Seal of Custom Officer at EPZ Note: (Any discrepancy in the quantity actually removed and those declared must be recorded below). Goods as per declaration against serial number 3 above are allowed to be removed from the zone to Tariff Area. PART-III 11. Any false statement or mis-representation in this application will render the applicant liable to such action as may be considered appropria to by EPZA and Customs. Name. EPZ. 159 . Incharge.PART-II CERTIFICATE FOR TRANSFER OF GOODS TO TARIFF AREA/KEPZ 10. NOTE: Issuance of this certificate of transfer of goods is based on the statement & representations contained in this application. signature and seal of Authorized officer of Karachi Export Processing Zone Forwarded to Assistant Collector Of Customs. Permission is hereby granted to transfer the raw material/semi processed material/goods to Tariff Area that will eventually return to KEPZ after partial processing in the form.
I/We hereby certify that an amount of ______________________ has been paid to Messrs………………………………………………………………………………….___________________________________ 160 . Units of End Product actually brought back into the Zone. Form and shape of End product units.PART-IV 12. ___________________ 14.. (Name of firm) With the details of work and payment in respect thereof vide Bank Draft No. PART-V 13./Pay Order/Cheque No………………………………………………………………………… _________________________________ Signature & Seal of Investor/or his Authorized representative.
________________________________ ii) ________________________________ iii) ________________________________ iv) ________________________________ MANUFACTURED/PROCESSED GOODS ULTIMATELY TO BE CLEARED FOR TARIFF AREA: Material ______________________________________________ Quantity ______________________________________________ Unit Value ______________________________________________ Total Value ______________________________________________ VALUE ADDITION AS PER TERMS OF CONTRCT (No-----2)._________________ DATED:_________________________________ NAME OF UNIT:_________________________ EPZA REGISTERATION NO. SUBJECT: APPLICATION FOR PERMISION OF SUB-CONTRACTING AT KEPZ. MATERIAL TO BE TRANSFERRED TO ZONE Material ________________________________ Quantity ________________________________ Unit Value (Foreign Currency) ________________________________ Total Value (Foreign Currency) ________________________________ DUTY FREE IMPORTED MATERIAL TO USE BT THE INVESTOR. Karachi.Annexure-“A” CUSTOMS MACHINE NO. Export Processing Zone. 5. Name Signatures and seal of the Authorized person of the investor 161 . 8. Kindly permit our firm to transfer raw material/semi-finished goods from tariff area to EPZ for further processing Necessary particulars are given below: 1. PROCESS TO BE CARRIED OUT: i)._______________ DATED:_________________________________ The Assistant/Deputy Collector of Customs. NAME OF THE FIRM/ENTERPRISE IN ________________________________ THE TARIFF AREA WITH WHICH THE ________________________________ SUB-CONTRACT HAS BEEN MADE ________________________________ 2. 7. DUTY AND TAXES LEVIABLE Customs Duty ____________________________________________ Sales Tax ____________________________________________ Income Tax ____________________________________________ Indemnity Bond Number & Date ______________________________ PDC Number & Date _____________________________________ Others ___________________________________________________ 3. i) ii) iii) It is certificated that the above mentioned particulars given in this application are true and correct and we undertake that the goods shall be brought back to the Zone as per declaration given above. 4. 6.
ii. Abide by such further conditions imposed by the Collector of Customs a may be necessary for the purposes of identification and accounting of input goods used in the sub-contracting of the goods. __________________________________(Manufactures/Investors in EPZ). procedure and instructions that may be prescribed in respect of sub-contracting in terms of aforesaid Standing order.P. 1 Name. Whereas. iv. If not so. Pay on demand a sum of Rupees__________________ that becomes the double the value of the goods in question as penalty imposed by the Collector of Customs/Adjudicating Officer for violation of rules and act. iii. It is therefore recommended that permission may please be granted to the above material to be transferred to K. v.PART-II PERMISION FOR TRANSFER OF GOODS FROM TARIFF AREA TO KEPZ This is to certify that the above referred particulars have been verified and found correct. Incharge EPZ Annexure-“B” ON APPROPRIATE NONJUDICIAL STAMPED PAPER Indemnity Bond: Date of Issue ______________________________ Date of Expiry _____________________________ Amount Rs. Through Deputy Collector/Assistant Collector of Customs Exports.________________________________ This indemnity is made on the _______________________ day of 2 year between the M/s. We shall compete the sub-contracting work within the time period allowed by Deputy/Assistant Collector (KEPZ). vi. Maintain record of input goods and output goods. Signatures and seal of _______________________________ Authorized Officer of Karachi] _______________________________ Export Processing Zone _______________________________ Forwarded to Assistant/Deputy Collector of Customs. abide by the decision of Collector of Customs/Adjudicating Officer. regarding imposition of penalties and other action. the Assistant/Deputy Collector of Customs has in accordance with terms of Standing Order_________________________________ dated _____________ has allowed us to release the consignment for transfer of goods from Tariff Area to Karachi Export Processing Zone for sub-contracting under the conditions that we shall: i.Z from Tariff area. Take away the input goods which have not undergone sub-contracting within the stipulated period. Observe rules.E. 162 .
______________ hereby agrees to indemnity if the said Collector of Customs (Exports) to the extent of Rs. In witness of the parties hereto have hereon put their hands and seals the day above mentioned.Now therefore in pursuance of this Bond the Manufactures M/s.___________________ NIC No.________________ DATE________________________________ NAME OF UNIT________________________ EPZA REGISTRATION NO. Annexure “C” Machine No. M/S. of _________________________Application CUSTOMS MCHINE NO._______________________________ Deputy/Assistant Collector of Customs Exports for and on behalf of the Collector of Customs (Exports). 1.________________________________ Name _______________________________ Position in the Firms____________________ Zone Registration No. if the Manufactures fail to abide by any condition laid down in rules and aforesaid Standing Order. It is further agreed that the above amount may be recovered by Customs as an arrears of Land Revenue under sub-Section (2) of section 202 of Customs Act 1969 (IV of 1969).______________ (Rupees _______________________________________) and also against costs and expenses which may be incurred by the Collector of Customs in recovery of the above amount.______________ DATED_______________________________ 163 . 2.
DATE 6.______________ DATED_______________________________ The Assistant/Deputy Collector of Customs. PROCESS CARRIED OUT: (i) _________________________________________________ (ii) _________________________________________________ (iii) _________________________________________________ (iv) _________________________________________________ INPUT OUTPUT RATIO OF MATERIAL USED & ANALYSES CARD NO Material Quantity Unit Value Total Value ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ & 3. NAME OF THE FIRM/ENTERPRISE IN THE TRIFF AREA WITH WHICH THE SUB-CONTRACT HAS BEEN MDE ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ 2. Kindly permit our firm to transfer finished goods from EPZ to tariff area on completion of sub-contracting work necessary particulars are given below:1. 5. Material _________________________________________________ Quantity _________________________________________________ Unit Value _________________________________________________ Total Value ________________________________________ DUTY FREE IMPORTED MATERIAL USED BY THE INVESTOR. Indemnity Bond Number & Date ________________________ PDC Number & Date ______________________________ Others ___________________________________________ 164 . VALUE ADDITION AS PER TERMS OF CONTRACT (No—2) 7. Karachi SUBJECT:APPLICTION FOR PERMISSION FOR TRANSFER OF GOODS FROM KEPZ TO TARIFF AREA ON COMPLETION OF SUB-CONTRACTING. of _________________________Application CUSTOMS MCHINE NO. MATERIAL TO BE TRANSFERRED TO ZONE.Annexure “C” Machine No. DUTY & TAXES LEVIABLE: Customs Duty (only value addition) Sales Tax Income Tax i) ii) iii) ______________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ 8. Export Processing Zone..________________ DATE________________________________ NAME OF UNIT________________________ EPZA REGISTRATION NO. 4.
It is certificated that the above mentioned particulars given in this application are true and correct and we under take that the goods shall be brought back to the zone as per declaration given above. Incharge EPZ Note:Issuance of this certificate of transfer of goods is based on the statement & representation in this application will render the applicant liable to such action as may be considered appropriate by EPZA and customs. PRINCIPAL APRAISER Export Processing Zone Forwarded to Assistant/Deputy Collector of Customs. shape and quantity stated above. Signatures and seal of the Authorized person of the investor Permission is hereby granted to transfer the processed goods/material to tariff area after processing in the form. 165 . Name.
5. ___________________________ 2. of Inward Application: ________________ Date: ___________________________ Machine No. (a) (b) © (d) (e) Tariff Heading Quantity Unit Value Total Value Value Addition in EPZ Duties & Taxes payable Custom Duty Sales Tax Income Tax Others Total Name & Address of unit ____________ Unit in Tariff Area _________________ Name of Unit in EPZ to _____________ Which sub-contracting ______________ Was allowed _____________________ EPZA Registration No.D ASSESSMENT SLIP FOR PROCESSED GOODS UNDER REVERSE SUB-CONTRACTING Machine No. 3. 7. 4. _____________ Date of Registration: _______________ Examiner Appraiser Principal Appraiser 166 . 6.Annex . of Outward Application: ______________________ Date: Description of goods 1.
1987 STANDING ORDER NO. the following procedure is laid down to avail the facility of sub-contracting in theTariff Area by the Investors of Export Processing Zone. the material to be transferred. 3 Deleted 4. The processing staff in the EPZ would examine the consignment in the place within the zone approved ed for the purpose and tally particulars given already in the application made by the investors and would calculate the amount of duty and taxes involved on the goods in the light of para. 2005 2 167 . In pursuance of Para 10 of SRO. SUBJECT:PROCEDURE OF TRANSFER OF GOODS FROM EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE TO TARIFF AREA FOR PARTIAL PROCESSING FACILITY OF SUB-CONTRACTING REGARDING.02. The investor in the EPZ area shall make out an application in triplicate in the name of Assistant Collector of Customs 2by declaring the particulars like the name of the enterprises whom the sub-contract has been granted. The investor would then furnished a bank guarantee equivalent to the amount of duty and taxes involved from a scheduled bank of Pakistan in case the goods are otherwise importable in the import tariff area of the country and if the goods are not importable then in addition to the amount of duty and taxes laviable equal to the value of the goods. material used in it of endproduct. The facility of sub-contracting shall be restricted to only such type of goods which are capable of identification before leaving the EPZ area. the Assistant Collector of Customs Incharge EPZ would then allow the removal of the goods to the Tariff Area for the purpose of processing by another party by way of sub-contracting. Para -3 wholly deleted vide letter No. form/shape of end product. After a certificates in the form set out in Part-III of the Annex.GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN NAME CUSTOM HOUSE Karachi dated 06. particulars of bank guarantee. Issued by the EPZA is produced and the bank guarantee is furnished. value and its quantity. SI/Misc/216/98-Cus/EPZ dated May 05.81. 2. 2005 3. Karachi:1.81. 6 of SRO No.249 (1)/81 dated 25. worked and further manufactured. decorated. and re-entry in to the EPZ after the goods have been processed.03. 5. Customs duty and taxes involved. 2/86 (P).03. In para-2 line 3 the words ―and submit it through EPZ Authority‖ deleted by letter No. the nature of sub-contract. SI/Misc/216/98-Cus/EPZ dated May 05. 3. name of the bank etc. embellished.249(1)/81 dated 25. for processing in the Tariff Area in the form given in part-1 of the Annexure.
Where the investor thinks that the job of further processing is not expected to be completed within the specified time due to cartain reasons beyond the control of the other party to whom the job of the sub-contracting has been given . their form and shape actually brought as given against Serial Nos. Sd/(MAHMOOD AHMED) COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS (Preventive) Copy to all concerned as per Distribution list. 8. The Assistant Collector after satisfying himself would allow the extension in the time period upto a maximum limit of two months. On the basis of these documents. Customs escort would be provided as it would be the responsibility of the investor to safely transfer the goods to the destination and bringing it back to zone. the Assistant Collector of Customs shall forthwith encash the bank guarantee lying already with the Customs under Rule 8 of SRO. On satisfying the same. 9. No.03. 13 & 14 and discrepancies noted. the Customs Officer at the gate will issue a gate pass bearing these particulars.249(1)/81 dated 25. the goods shall be brought back to the EPZ and would be examined and verified by the gate staff as well as the appraising staff in the form given in Part-V of the annex. _________________________________ Signature and Seal of Custom Officer Export Processing Zone Karachi. 7. after a certificate in the form set out in Part-IV of the Annex. After the completion of the processing. he may apply to the Assistant Collector before the expiry of the said period for granting extension in the time limit.81 and the importer shall for such violation also be liable to pay penalty laid down in the Act & the Rules made thereunder.6. Has been given by him. In case the investor fails to bring back the goods to the EPZ. 168 . The investor will then take the goods outside the Zone at his own risk and cost for purpose of further processing and would be responsible to return the goods back to the zone within the specified time for the purpose. (SHAHID BASHIR) for COLLCTOR OF CUSTOMS (Preventive) Note: The declaration in point 4&6 must be compared with units. the Assistant Collector of Customs will release the bank guarantee to the investor.
EPZA 19 adition October. Signature and seal of the Authorized person of the investor 169 .__________ DATED __________________________ The Assistant Collector of Customs.P A R T-1 Forrm No. 4. _______________________________ Expected date of return of goods back to the Zone. Quantity _______________________________ b. Name. Karachi. 5. 7. _______________________________ Description of Security attached _______________________________ 8. Material to be transferred a. ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ 2. 1983 _________________________________ _________________________________ EPZA REGISTRATION NO. Nature of sub-contract work _______________________________ (use separate sheet to give the details) 3. It is certified that the above mentioned particulars given in this application are true and correct and we undertake that goods shall be brought back to the zone as per declaration given above. Necessary Particulars are given below:1. 9. SUBJECT:APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION OF SUB-CONTRACTING Kindly permit our firm to transfer raw-material/semi-finished goods to Tariff Area for further processing. Value _______________________________ Form & Shape of end-product _______________________________ Material used/unit of end Product _______________________________ (use separate sheet to given the details) 6. Export processing Zone. Name of the firm/Enterprise in the Tariff Area to whom the sub-contract is awarded. Value added in the Tariff Area that will _______________________________ be surrendered to State Bank of Pakistan (Attach the terms & conditions of subcontract in support of it) Units of end-product that will be brought back to the Zone.
Goods as per declaration against serial number 3 above are allowed to be removed from the zone to Tariff Area. EPZ. 170 . ____________________________ Seal of Custom Officer at EPZ Note: (Any discrepancy in the quantity actually removed and those declared must be recorded below). Name. NOTE: Issuance of this certificate of transfer of goods is based on the statement & representations contained in this application. signature and seal of Authorized officer of Karachi Export Processing Zone Forwarded to Assistant Collector Of Customs. Any false statement or mis-representation in this application will render the applicant liable to such action as may be considered appropria to by EPZA and Customs. PART-III 11. Incharge. Permission is hereby granted to transfer the raw material/semi processed material/goods to Tariff Area that will eventually return to KEPZ after partial processing in the form. shape and quantity as stated above.PART-II CERTIFICATE FOR TRANSFER OF GOODS TO TARIFF AREA/KEPZ 10.
Form and shape of End product units. Units of End Product actually brought back into the Zone. (Name of firm) With the details of work and payment in respect thereof vide Bank Draft No./Pay Order/Cheque No………………………………………………………………………… _________________________________ Signature & Seal of Investor/or his Authorized representative. PART-V 13. I/We hereby certify that an amount of ______________________ has been paid to Messrs………………………………………………………………………………….PART-IV 12..___________________________________ 171 . ___________________ 14.
2007 STANDING ORDER NO. The issue was discussed in a meeting with Export Processing Zone Authorities on 25-06-2007 and the following procedure has been worked out to regulate the movement of goods for the purpose of repairs. 02/2007-EXP SUBJECT: PROCEDURE FOR REPAIRING OF GOODS BY THE INVESTORS OF KEPZ IN TARIFF AREA. 2/87 (P) dated 5-2-1987 amended vide Standing Order No. For the goods having value less than US $ 500/-. the Investor shall apply on its letterhead (in triplicate) to the Principal Appraiser (Export Processing Zone Karachi).GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN COLLECTORATE OF CUSTOMS (EXPORTS) CUSTOM HOUSE. purpose and duration of time for which they need to be taken in /out from the Zone. ii. It has been observed that the goods other than raw material and finished goods having value less than US$ 500/. (KHALID MAHMOOD) Collector 172 . The goods having value more than US $ 500/. After the grant of permission by Appraising staff.are brought into / out from Export Processing Zone Karachi to tariff area for the purpose of repair of goods and there is no customs procedure to regulate it. 4 / 1999 (Exports) dated 22-07-1999. shall grant the permission for the period as considered necessary for the same. the Export Processing Zone Authority shall issue gate pass and the Preventive staff at gate shall allow it accordingly by recording the particulars in their register and detaining a copy of the application. The Appraising staff after examining the case. SI/MISC/170/07-Cus-EPZ 9th July. stating the value. KARACHI No. i.shall be regulated as per procedure laid down in Standing Order No.
Original copy shall be attached with Bill of Entry and triplicate copy shall be retained by the investor for its record. Defective or ‗B‘ grade goods Waste Used packing materials Empty drums Empty cartons 3. In addition to the custom formalities as required under the existing procedure. 173 . The same may change from time to time.GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN COLLECTORATE OF CUSTOMS (EXPORTS) CUSTOM HOUSE. Export Processing Zones Authority alongwith customs shall verify and certify the contents of all information contained in the application form and affix signature and stamp of the authorized person in the relevant column. 2001 ii. 4/2001-EXP Subject: CLEARANCE OF WASTE/USED PACKING MATERIAL. SI/MISC/635/CUS-EPZ/2001 PUBLIC NOTICE NO. The following instructions are issued fro compliance by all concerned: i. KARACHI No. The investors of Karachi Export Processing Zone can remove the following materials up to 3% of the value of their annual exports to tariff area. (Munir Qureshi) Collector Encl: As above. 2. In case. transparency and guidance of the investors. value of aforesaid goods have also been assessed and given at Annexure – B to ensure its transparent clearance. v. shall apply on the prescribed proforma in triplicate as per annex – A to Export Processing Zones Authority with complete details of all items and value of exports so that the limit of 3% of the total value of their annual exports can be monitored. An investor who intends to clear any or all such materials to tariff area on payment of duty and taxes. June 19. Duplicate copy shall be retained by EPZA for its record. With a view to smoothen the removal of waste and difficulties in the clearance of such waste. legal provision have been mark. The information contained in annex – ‗B‘ is being circulated for the sake of reference. ii. on payment of duty and taxes:i. any item is nint listed in annex-B the investor may approach in advance Export Processing Zone Authority and Customs for taking necessary action. iv. Original and triplicate copy shall be handed over to the investor. iii. these provisions shall apply mutatis mutandis. ETC FROM KARACHI EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE With a view to streamline the removal/export of waste materials form the EPZ and to meet the demand of stake-holder.
9900 6310. 1.17 Per Kg $0.10 Ltrs (of tin) 3923. 4. 4/2001/Exp. 100 p/d $1.Per Piece $400/.250 p/d Amen: PN: 02/02 (Exp) Rs. Nylon Fabric Waste with Wadding (Tailoring Cutting) --------.9000 $ 0.04 Per Kg $ 0.00/PC 14 Empty Edible Oil Canes Capacity 5 Liters ---------------do-------------.100 p/d Rs. Empty Used Iron Drum Capacity 100 Ltr Empty Used Iron Drum 25 Kg ----------------.9000 3915.9000 3915.9000 $ 0.9000 $320/ MT $250/ MT $0.0000 6310.Annexure-B to the Public Notice No.31 Per Kg $550/MT $110/MT $15/. 6 7.4190 4707.50 Per Kg 3.9000 Assessable Value $ 410/ Bale $0. Description of Waste Cotton Yarn Waste Blended/Cotton Fabrics Waste upto 9‖ (Cutting of Curtain and Bed Sheets) Blended/Cotton Fabrics Waste from 9‖ to 2 meters (Cutting of Curtain and Bed Sheets) Cotton/Blended Fabrics Waste Garment Cutting (Tailoring Cutting) up to 5‖ in irregular shape.9000 3915. dated 19-06-2001 MINIMUM ASSESSABLE VALUES OF WASTE AND SCRAP FOR KARACHI EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE S.12 Per Kg $0. 8.9000 11 7310.03 Per Kg 5.do -----------------21 Kg Scrape of Plastic Drum Scrape of Polyester Pancake Cutting Film/Video 10 3915. 6310. No. 105 p/d Rs.do ------------------(Lace Curtain) Scrape of GI Pipe & Steel Bar Paper Role Bobbin/Card Board Waste Empty Plastic Tanks Fencing (1000) Liters with Metal PCT Heading 5202.0000 7204.9000 6309.2900 12 13 3915. 2.9000 174 .9000 6309. 9 6310.MT Rs.50/PC 1.00 /PC Acrylic Sheet Cutting Waste Empty Plastic Drum/Can (Serviceable) (Capacity 205 Kg) (Capacity 100 Kg) (Capacity 25 Kg) Empty Iron Drum 200/205 Ltr. 20 p/d Rs.
Name & Address of the investor Description of goods manufactured Description of raw material imported Total value of exports for the year___ : : : : M/s. _________________________ _____________________________ _____________________________ _____________________________ Description & value of material intended to be cleared Quantity Value Defective Goods.Annexure-A to the Public Notice No. . USED PACKING MATERIALS AND DEFECTIVE OR „B‟ GRADE GOODS ETC. for use by Customs Import permit No._____________________ Signature & stamp of authorized person.__________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________. 4/2001/Exp. Remarks. if any. US$ ____________________ ____________________ US$. ‗B‘ grade goods Waste Used packing material Empty drums Carton Total _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ Percentage in terms of total value of exports ______% _________ for use by Export Processing Zone Authority Total value of exports Items allowed to be cleared Value & quantity of items allowed to be cleared._______________________________________________ Quantity allowed by Export Processing Zone Authority_________________ Quantity cleared vide Bill of Entry No.______________ dated___________ Signature of Examiner Signature of Appraiser Signature of Principal Appraiser 175 . Dated 19-06-2001 APPLICATION FOR REMOVAL OF WASTE.
ii. 5/2001 . on the application of the investors. EPZA shall issue an authorization letter/permission to the investor to ring the machinery/equipment. The above procedure is applicable from the date of issuance of this Public Notice and all the previous cases shall be dealt as per past practice. v. SI/MISC/19/99-CUS/EPZ PUBLIC NOTICE NO. brand.EXP It has been observed that presently there is no prescribed procedure governing the incoming and outgoing of the machinery/equipment brought into the Export Processing Zone Karachi. (Munir Qureshi) Collector Dated: 18-07-2001 176 . on rental basis for a limited period. At the time of exit. if the machinery is locally made with no proper identification marks etc. Then the investor shall approach Customs Staff with an undertaking binding himself that in case of default in return (export) of the rental machinery within agreed/allowed or extended period. on rental basis. On the expiry of initially agreed period. KARACHI No. the Customs shall carry out the examination to verify that the same machinery/equipment is being returned/removed to tariff area. model. the Authority shall allow return of the said machinery/equipment. vii. against a fixed and agreed amount of rent. the Authority can extend the same as long as it is satisfied that machinery/equipment in use is contributing to the export of goods. machine number/marks. b) Complete description of the machinery/equipment. Any investor desirous of temporary import of machinery/equipment into EPZ. between the investor in EPZ and the lender in the tariff area. type etc. vi. iv. At the end of agreed or extended period. then the investor shall attach photographs for the same. Assistant Collector of Customs shall allow the entry of machinery/equipment after the examination proves that there is no discrepancy between the description given in the documents and its physical being. c) Evidence of payment of rental charges in foreign exchange (US Dollars) through an encashment certificate issued by EPZ-Offshore Banking Units. the following procedure is laid down: i. To facilitate the investors in EPZ and to streamline the system. shall approach the Export Processing Zones Authority with the following documents: a) Agreement signed between the lender of the machinery/equipment and the investor showing the value of machinery in Pak rupees or US$ (as is conveniently available) and agreed rental amount in US$ alongwith the period agreed.GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN COLLECT ORATE OF CUSTOMS (EXPORTS) CUSTOM HOUSE. the investor shall pay the amount equal to the value of the rental machinery in foreign exchange (US$) to the lender in tariff area. iii. 2.
(Amer Rashid) Collector 177 . Importers in Tariff Area will make a written request to the investor in EPZ for the exchange of faulty goods along-with the relevant documents i. vi.e. 2. iv. GD. The EPZ Authority shall also maintain a register on the for referred to as ―Annexure-A‖ as a permanent record. ii.GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN MODEL COLLECTORATE OF CUSTOM EXPORTS CUSTOM HOUSE KARACHI NO. following procedure is laid down. on the basis of which the zone authority will issue an outgoing gate pass and the goods will be replaced. iii. Packing list.PROCEDURE FOR THE EXCHANGE OF FAULTY/DEFECTIVE GOODS To streamline the exchange of faulty goods exported to Tariff Area. The facility will only be available to the exporters when the request for the exchange of faulty goods is furnished within 07 days from the export of their consignment to Tariff Area. The concerned investor will approach customs authority for seeking permission to bring back the faulty goods in Zone. 2009 OFFICE ORDER NO. The custom examination staff will endorse the examination report on the request of the investor after satisfying himself to the effect that the goods brought in are identified as the same goods as were earlier exported from the Zone and are faulty/defective. 04/09/EXP/EPZ Subject:. i. SI/MISC/96/2009/CUS/EPZ September 28. After procuring permission to bring back the faulty goods to the examination area adjacent to the Customs EPZ by getting incoming gate pass from the EPZ Authority. Invoice. The custom staff posted at check post will examine the goods being replaced and after verifying the quantity etc. v. will endorse his report on the reverse of the request of the investor. A master register shall be maintained by the customs office in EPZ to account for such transactions in the format given in Annexure ―A‖.
SI/MISC/96/2009/CUS/EPZ OFFICE ORDER NO. 2009 Subject: PROCEDURE REGARDING SHORT SHIPMENT OF GOODS IN CASE OF EXPORT TO TARIFF AREA. In such cases. No. It often happens that the investor is not able to export complete shipment i. 05/09/EXP/EPZ September 28.e. iii. as per the quantity mentioned in GD and NOC. The Zone will make the necessary changes in their record regarding short shipment of goods before issuing gate pass. in order to facilitate the investors of KEPZ. the following procedure for short shipment is prescribed: i. 02.GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN MODEL COLLECTORATE OF CUSTOM EXPORTS CUSTOM HOUSE KARACHI NO. and to streamline the working. The Investor who intends to avail the short shipment will endorse on the reverse of GD the details of short shipped goods in the following manner: Short shipped Short shipped Short shipped Short shipped ii. (Amer Rashid) Deputy Collector 178 . No remission of custom duty and other taxes on account of short shipment will be admissible to the importers. of cartons Weight Value Quantity The Examining Officer upon receipt of such information will examine the goods and will physically endorse the short shipment statement examination report. It has come to the notice of undersigned that some investors of KEPZ are facing hardships as there is no laid down procedure for short shipment.
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (1 3) 179 . Index No Importer Name Exporter /Investor Description of Goods Total Quantity Date of Pass out Defective /Rejected Quantity Value of Defective/ Rejected Goods Date of pass in Defective/ Rejecte Re m ar ks.No GD No & Date IGM No.Annex .A S.
G. 3. No. 2.D. SALES INVOICE DATE COMPLETE DESCRIPTION OF GOODS PURCHASE ORDER NO. DESCRIPTION OF GOODS QUANTITY VALUE US$ E’ FORM NO.R. 180 .O 450(1)/2001.INTERNAL SALE GOODS IMPORTED BY SELLER: GOOD SOLD TO: M/S. & DATE 1. 2001 AFTER RECORDING OF GOODS INTO KEPZ COMPUTER SYSTEM. Manager (FAC) Manager (FAC) Dy. Manager Security KEPZ. 2. IMPORT DETAILS: S. General Manager (FAC) COPY TO: 1. CASE NO. TOTAL DETAILS OF GOODS/PURCHASED: SALE INVOICE NO. ________________________________ Dy. Dated: 18th June.No. PURCHASE ORDER DATED VALUE (US$) QUANTITY SIGNATURE OF SELLER SIGNATURE OF PURCHASER FOR OFFICE USE PERMISSION FOR SALES / TRANSFER OF GOODS IS GRANTED VIDE RULE 235 OF S. AC Customs KEPZ.
ii. iv. Industries and Production has been pleased to approve the following list of raw materials to be allowed to tariff area as per decision of the ECC 14th July. viii. dated 16th August. Export processing zones authority. the 5th September.No:1(13)/2000-INV. Raw cotton Dyes Aluminum ingots Hides and skins Iron sheet Aluminum foil Unblended tea Supari Newsprints Spices in raw form Raw material for pesticide &insecticide EXPORT IN SAME STATE OF IMPORTED MERCHNDISE TO TARIF AREA ON PAYMENT OF DUTIES AND TAXES The export processing zones authority is required to kindly take further necessary action in the matter . The Minister for Commerce. vii. Karachi Subject:Dear Sir. vi. x. 2000:i. v.under intimation to this ministry.V Government of Pakistan Ministry of industries &production Islamabad Islamabad.Maqsood ISMAIL Chairman. ix. xi.D.INV-091(A). iii. 2000 on the subject noted above. Yours faithfully (Muhammad Hafiz) Deputy chief 181 . Kindly refer to your letter No.2000 Mr.O.
2.72 dated the 5th July.32 dated the 17th June 1980.3.2557 has been allotted to ―export processing zones authority ―which may please be added to the above code list no. Att: EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE KARACHI Yours faithfully. 1972 last amended vide F.3 PROVIDING REGION AND COUNTRY /TERRITORY CODES.State Bank of Pakistan Exchange Control Department Karachi F.E circular no. It is advised that country code no.E circular no.13 1st February. SD/(Muhammad Karim) Senior Deputy Director 182 . 1984 All authorized dealers in foreign exchange Dear Sir. Attention is invited to the Code List No. CODE LIST NO.E circular NO.3 circulated vide F.
joint venture in which investment is desired to be made should ordinarily be of the same nature as that in which the investor is already engaged in Pakistan. Small investments by individuals in a few shares of listed companies abroad including participation by Pakistani employees of subsidiaries of foreign companies in Pakistan in their share option plans would. iv. Funding for the proposed investment abroad would be allowed only from the inter-bank market or from funds available in the foreign currency accounts of investors opened in terms of FE 25 of 1998. firm. vii. The proposal should be economically viable as evidenced from a feasibility report. dividends and capital. The business activity of the company. The funds proposed for investment should be legitimate and tax paid. vi. with prior permission of State Bank of Pakistan and subject to the following guideline: Criteria for Permission to Allow Investment Abroad by Residents. Investment abroad is allowed only for those countries that allow repatriation of profits. Circular No. F. i. viii. or from Foreign Currency accounts maintained by exporters in terms of Para 29 Chapter XII of Foreign Exchange Manual/FE 25 of 2000 (net of amount paid to foreign importers/agents). be permitted without the detailed scrutiny outlined above. The State Bank under the aforesaid guideline would also deal with the proposals emanating from the Public Sector Organizations providing financial services whereas the concerned ministry would deal with the investment proposals from all other public sector organizations.11 of 1995. v. and the investor should have a clean record of loan repayments. The investor should be financially sound as shown by its audited accounts for the last three years. however.T. Only companies incorporated in Pakistan including foreign controlled companies and firms owned by Pakistani Nationals resident in Pakistan will be allowed investment under the scheme.E. In the case of a company in the I. iii.State Bank of Pakistan Exchange Control Department Karachi. 2001 183 . business. the condition of three years may be reduced to one year. It should have the potential for future earnings of foreign exchange coupled with other advantages to the country such as employment opportunities for Pakistani nationals and improvement in national human resources. September 01. or out of funds available in the incremental deposits of frozen foreign currency accounts. 12 All Authorized Dealers in Foreign Exchange. Dear Sirs. Circular No. ix. ii. INVESTMENT ABROAD BY RESIDENTS OF PAKISTAN In supersession of the instructions contained in F. however. it has been decided to allow residents of Pakistan including firms and companies to make equity based investment (other than portfolio investment) in companies (whether incorporated or not)/Joint Ventures abroad on Repatriable basis.E. or in which the investor has the potential to acquire sufficient expertise from the market for running the business.
Central Directorate. The amounts so received would be converted to local currency by the bank concerned and a Proceeds Realization Certificate in original evidencing the same shall be filed by the owner with the State Bank. After making investment with the approval of State Bank of Pakistan. Detailed applications for the purpose along with audited accounts. State Bank of Pakistan. (M. Such amounts shall not be allowed for credit to a Foreign Currency Account or for purchase of Pakistani securities on Repatriable basis. if any. Make a return to State Bank on the prescribed form V-97 through their banker within one month of making the investment. it‘s line of business and particulars of it‘s Directors/Partners. To provide a copy of Certificate of Incorporation and Certificate of Commencement of Business in the country where investment will take place to the Authorized Dealer along with copies of the share certificates so invested and bonus issues. iii. name and address of the foreign company/firm in which investment is desired to be made. To repatriate the dividend/disinvestments proceeds of the shares (including capital gains) to Pakistan through normal banking channels. should be forwarded to Joint Director (Investment) Exchange Policy Department.R.2. Yours faithfully. ii. MEHKARI) DIRECTOR 184 . the investor would be required to: i. Please bring the above to the notice of your constituents concerned. Karachi. particulars of Directors/Partners of the investor company/firm (not required in case of individuals).
Industrial Area. to be a Zone for the purposes of the said Ordinance:- On the north On the south On the east On the west Landhi Metroville Block-2. duly demarcated and fenced and bounded as under.R. Muzzafarabad Colony HASINUDDIN AQUIL.In exercise of the powers conferred by clause(K) of section 2 of the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance (IV of 1980).the Federal Government is pleased to declare the area of L and measuring about three hundred acres situated near Landhi-4.O. the 13th September. Karachi. Deputy Secretary 185 . Sind Alkalis.GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES AND PRODUCTION NOTIFICATION Islamabad.1981 S.1018(I)/81:. Cattle Colony.
the Federal Government is please to declare the area measuring about two hundred acres situated in Risalpur Tehsil and District Nowshera duly demarcated.O. Nowshera Industrial Estate/Special Industrial Zone Private Agricultural Land of village Maira Kandan MUHAMMAD BASHIR CHAUDHRY.In exercise of the power conferred by clause (k) of section 2 of Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance.151(I)/98:. fenced and bounded as under to be a Zone for the purpose of the said Ordinance:- On the north On the South On the East On the West Private Agricultural Land of village Kutar Panr Special Industrial Zone/Nowshera Industrial Estate. the 23rd February. 1998 S. 1980 (IV of 1980).MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES AND PRODUCTION Islamabad.R. Deputy Secretary 186 .
212(I)/2001:.O. Sialkot. 1996 MUHAMMAD HAFIZ. dated the 21st October.R. declared under the Industries Division‘s Notification No.R.O. the 2nd April 2001 S. District Sialkot duly demarcated. fenced and bounded as under to be a Zone for the purpose of the said Ordinance:- On the north On the South On the East On the West Private Agricultural Land of village Jathike Sialkot – Wazirabad Road WAPDA Grid Station.GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES AND PRODUCTION NOTIFICATION Islamabad. Deputy Secretary 187 . Tehsil Daska. Sambrial Export Processing Zone. 1239(1)/96. the Federal Government is please to declare the area measuring about one hundred and nine acres situated in Village Jathike. 1980 (IV of 1980). S.In exercise of the power conferred by clause (k) of section 2 of Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance.
30 G/11 and 12 in Chagai District. the Federal Government is pleased to declare the Saindak CopperGold Project . 1980 (IV of 1980).551 573.122093 2.121898 2. Gaz. fenced and bounded as under to be a Zone for the purposes of the said Ordinance:Mining Area Points Easting in Meters 2. Baluchistan. duly demareated .123233 2. the 13th October 2001 S.844 575. Saindak measuring about one thousand two hundred and eighty four acres located within following coordinates in Survey of Pakistan Toposheet Nos.718 (1)/2001:.122093 2.445 A-1 B-1 C-1 D-1 E-1 F-1 G-1 H-1 [3918 (2001)/Ex.121898 2..625 575.In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (k) of section 2 of the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance.] 188 .399 573.124100 2.123233 2.O.551 572.GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES AND PRODUCTION NOTIFICATION Islamabad.R.124100 Northing in Meters 572.625 574.844 573.
the Export Processing Zone Authority development surcharge and the presumptive tax will be leviable on the exports from the mining areas at the prevailing rate and rules. duly demareated.168. 30K and 30-G in Chagai District.121. 2001 Industrial Area A 2.GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES AND PRODUCTION NOTIFICATION Islamabad. measuring about 15 sq. EXTRA. The subject project shall be an Export Processing Zone for the lease period of ten years subject to the following conditions.km.121.43 (KE)/2002: In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (k) of section 2 of the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance.19.415 572.121.R.039.87 2.O. (20)/2001-INV-III.039.40 2434 THE GAZETTE OF PAKISTAN. OCT.40 555.550 572.] MUHAMMAD HAFIZ.40 555. namely:a. Deputy Secretary 189 . the Zone will be zero rated for the imports into the project as specified above. c.173.019 C 2.046 571. b.039.250 571.400 571.122.623 E 2.87 2. d.40 555.121. the 13th March 2002 S. located within the following co-ordinators in Survey of Pakistan Toposheet Nos.841 571.366. and f.258 571. Baluchistan.700 G 2.366. all other rules and regulations of Export Processing Zone Authority shall also be applicable.650 572. the Federal Government is pleased to declare H4 Copper Project .038 [PART II] 2.366.87 LAMBERT CO-ORDINATES Northing in Meters 555. 1980 (IV of 1980). the Export Processing Zone Authority will not provide any infrastructure facility in the area declared as Export Processing Zone.87 2.122. fenced and bounded as under to be a Zone for the purpose of the said Ordinance: Mining and Processing Plants Area: Points I II III IV Easting in Meters 2.122. all transactions in the Export Processing Zone will be in foreign exchange.400 D 2. e. [No.173.168.700 F 2.655 H 2.366.623 B 2.122. the mining and project area specified will be walled and fenced by the respective company and will not be used for residential purposes.039. Reko Diq.
780 Meters 2216590 Yards 2026849.In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (k) of section 2 of the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance.896 Meters Northing 1033665 Yards 945183. for the lease period of ten years beside construction period of two years. Section Officer 190 . 307(1)/2004:. measuring about fifteen hundred acres located within the following coordinates in Survey of Pakistan Toposheet Nos. 1(13)/2002-FAC] [390 (2004)/Ex. dully demarcated. Reko Diq.276 Meters 1033665 Yards 945183.276 Meters 1031000 Yards 942746.R. Balochistan. Gaz] IQBAL AHMED. 353/16 in Lasbella District. the 12th May 2004 S.396 Meters 2219325 Yards 2029350.GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES AND PRODUCTION NOTIFICATION Islamabad. the Federal Government is pleased to declare H4 Copper Project .O.800 Meters 2218465 Yards 2028564. 1980 (IV of 1980).400 Meters B C D [No. namely :Points A Easting 2215750 Yards 2026081. fenced and bounded as under to be a Zone for the purpose of the said Ordinance.400 Meters 1031000 Yards 9242746.
Road.In exercise of the power conferred by clause (k) of section 2 of the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance 1980 (IV of 1980) the Federal Government is pleased to declare one hundred and thirteen acres of land of Gujranwala Industrial Estate-II. Section Officer 191 .T. located about three kilometers short of Gujranwal on Lahore-Gujranwala main G.T.Gujranwala Canal Upper Chanab IQBAL AHMED. 308(1)/2004:.R.O. fenced and bounded as under to be a Zone for the purposes of the said Ordinance namely:On the North On the South On the East On the West [No. duly demarcated. Lahore. the 12th May 2004 S. 1(21)/2001-FAC] Mouza Qila Chand Mouza Attawa G. Road.GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES AND PRODUCTION NOTIFICATION Islamabad.
fenced and bounded as under to be a zone for the purposes of the said Ordinance namely:i. 130 (KE)/2005:.GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIES AND PRODUCTION NOTIFICATION Islamabad. iii. [No. On the North West. demarcated. On the North East. Karachi. Seawater intake channel. On the South West. the 15th October. and On the West (tip of triangle) Railway track transmission line.In exercise of the power conferred by clause (k) of section 2 of the Export Processing Zones Authority Ordinance 1980 (IV of 1980) the Federal Government is pleased to declare [ two hundred and twenty point two one (220. 220 KV transmission line of Karachi Electric Supply Corporation . Seawater disposal channel.21)] acres of land leased out by Pakistan Steel Mills Limited at Bin Qasim. iv. Tuwairqi Steel Mills Limited. 2005 S.R. to M/s. 1(44)/2003-FAC] JEHANZEB AHMED Section Officer 192 . ii.O.