We are an Association registered with Ministry of Commerce, Government of Pakistan and are member of Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FPCCI). The Association has been formed to protect, safeguard and further the interests of footwear manufacturers and traders by applications, deputations, delegations, petitions and memoranda to the Government of Pakistan or the Provincial governments. It is to assist the members by investigating problems peculiar to the footwear sector with a view to cause improvements and progress etc.
The important aim to establish this Association was to stimulate the development of Gloves Industry mainly with export oriented objects. Presently, the Sialkot based Gloves Industry is exclusively meant for export purpose. Approximately, Five Hundred SME units with One Hundred Thousand skilled / Semi skilled manpower are involve in manufacturing of Gloves to meet the supply demands.
PLGMEA was formed in November 2001 to protect, promote and develop the Pakistan Leather Garment Industry. During the last three years PLGMEA has been actively promoting the interest of its members regarding various trade, taxation and manpower related matters.
BASF Building, Main Defence Road, SIALKOT
Tel: (92-52) 3254401-3 - Fax: (92-52) 3254400 - Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Pakistan Tanners Association (PTA) was established in late 50s. Its Central Office is situated at Defence Housing Authority, Karachi representing the leather industry and dealing with the members’ problems at Federal level. Two Zone Offices namely PTA (Southern Zone) at Korangi Industrial Area, Karachi representing of Sindh and Baluchistan Provinces and PTA Northern Zone at Lahore which represents Punjab Province, NWFP, Northern Area and A.J.K for looking after the affairs of PTA’s members at their respective zonal level.
Northern zone - 1-Basement, Gulberg Heights, Near Sherpao Bridge, Ghaus-ul-Azam Road, Gulberg II, LAHORE-54660
Tel : +92-423-576 3204 - Fax: +92-423-575 8749 - E-mail: email@example.com
The Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP), which was established on November 8, 2006, under a Presidential Ordinance, shall have Ministry of Commerce as its administrative ministry. TDAP is the successor organization to the Export Promotion Bureau (EPB) and is mandated to have a holistic view of global trade development rather than only the ‘export promotion’ perspective of its predecessor. Designated as the premier trade organization of the country, TDAP shall be a dedicated, effective, and an empowered organization, which shall be professionally managed.