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Pakistan can fetch substantial forex through export of services

  Boundaries between services and industry are changing fast, and about half of all services in modern industrialized economies are sold and bought while embedded in the form of goods. While the content and function of goods remain important, the designing, marketing, consultancy and advertising services claim a share of the value added to goods. Manufacturing, too, has important contribution from services, such as resource planning, warehousing, value chain analysis, …

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Obstacles faced by the logistics industry

  Pakistan being primarily an import-based country and is highly reliant on logistics to move goods from one part of the country to another. There are many companies from multinationals to private limited to general contractors who are involved in the logistics industry. It is estimated that value of Pakistan’s logistics sector includes transportation and warehousing is US$530 million. Almost 91 percent of transportation is done through road. The biggest …

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Unilever Pakistan has fast emering products in every household; keeps robust results

  Unilever Pakistan is the largest fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) company in Pakistan, as well as one of the largest multinationals operating in Pakistan. The great products from the company’s range of greater than 400 brands give the company a unique place in the lives of people globally and here. When consumers reach for nutritionally balanced foods or indulgent ice creams, affordable soaps that combat disease, luxurious shampoos or everyday …

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Industrial symbiosis — An eco-friendly realm

  How a miraculous eco-transformation came into existence in China? This is a frequently asked question. In fact China promoted industrial development through the concept of eco-friendly industrial symbiosis. In symbiotic industrial collaboration there is a physical exchange of materials and by-products, as well as shared management of infrastructure for water, energy and waste. To achieve industrial symbiosis China has implemented Eco-Industrial Park (EIP) initiatives as a mainstream strategy of …

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Cost diminution by DMAIC, DOE implementation in white goods sector

  Abstract: Quality cost has greater impact on the productivity and profit margin of the organizations. In Pakistan economy, manufacturing sector has less revenue due to no or minimal implementation of lean manufacturing and six sigma methodology. White goods sector is gaining its market popularity due to increasing demand and business opportunity. Nowadays, organizations are facing both external and internal quality cost. External cost means warranty claims and customer dissatisfaction. …

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