gave detailed briefing to the LCCI delegation about PAMCO
's efforts and sought its help for promotion of Halal exports.
LCCI President Malik Tahir Javaid lauded the performance and efforts of PAMCO
for boosting the livestock sector of Pakistan and assured his full support to the company saying that the LCCI is ready to hold seminars and workshops in collaboration with PAMCO
To another query about characteristics of quality meat, the Chairman PAMCO
said that the meat should have Ph 5.
of Punjab through L and DD Department and PAMCO
has taken initiative called save the Calf scheme" and the Feed Lot Fattening Project".
After executing these projects by PAMCO
now farmers trends were changing rapidly, they are shifting from traditional crops into fruits orchards adopting new methods, including drip irrigation tunnel farming and latest equipment of agriculture.
While talking on the occasion, CEO PAMCO
, Mumtaz Khan said that company is striving to grow Kitchen Gardens at all houses of Lahore as per desire of CM Punjab, Mian Muhammad shahbaz Sharif.
He said that PAMCO
executed a pilot project in Model Town Lahore.
Dr Hamid said that the objective of PAMCO
is to promote Halal Industry through developing Agriculture and Livestock sectors.
He said due to meat holidays, PAMCO
was being forced to close down its Lahore Meat Complex on Mondays and Tuesdays.
President Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America M Muneer Chaudhary, Chairman Punjab Halal Development Agency Justice A(r) Khalilur Rehman Khan and Secretary PAMCO
Mansoor Saeed also addressed.
Meanwhile, the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry's President Engineer Sohail Lashari, SVP Mian Tariq Misbah, VP Kashif Anwar and former LCCI President Mian Shafqat Ali have congratulated Mumtaz Khan Manais for assuming the office of Vice Chairman & CEO PAMCO
and hoped that he would utilize all his abilities to reactivate PAMCO
for the promotion of agriculture sector in the country.
Chairman said the dairy sector of Pakistan offered greater opportunities to investors to undertake farming projects and earn high returns on their investments.