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Seagull Shipping & Logistic (Pvt) Ltd
n n n SGL is a Group of Companies that has operation in the field of Shipping, Forwarding, Trucking & Custom Clearance for the last five years. It is one of the leading integrated freight forwarding company offering multiple choice to the global freight and transport industry. SGL is constantly growing in its range of services and geographic coverage, thus striving to be a leader in the global market. SGL local expertise coupled with its global coverage, has enabled customers to effect their shipments in a timely and cost-effective manner. Not surprisingly, we share a warm, mutually beneficial relationship with our customers. By keeping relationships first, we make relationships last. From this, stems our belief in offering personalized services to each and every customer.
n n To set the standard for excellence in Global logistics through commitment to quality and innovative solutions to our clients. Services Satisfaction is our Motive in every Leading Eye.
n We will strive to be a recognized leader through total commitment to customer service by providing global logistics solutions of higher international standards.
SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS YEAR 2009 Growth has outperformed the market average in every core area, with new businesses in all key industries. Another successful business year, further organic growth and consistent implementation of the new strategic direction chosen in 2009 has put SGL in an ideal position to continue benefiting from the effects of globalization.
n n n n n Sea Freight Air Freight Land Transport Multi-Modal Transportation Project Handling Warehousing Purchase Order Follow-up Custom House Brokerage Support Services Logistics Management for Afghanistan
PERFORMANCE JULY/JUNE 2010/201 1 IMPORTS n n Handled 1180 teus of Consol containers ex China. Handled 192 teus of Consol containers ex Korea/Taiwan. Handled 138 teus of consol containers ex FE locations. Handled 1380 teus of Fcl containers ex all above origins. EXPORTS Loaded on-board 345 teus to US locations. Loaded on-board 245 teus to European locations. Loaded on-board 145 teus to Canada/S. American/ locations.
SGL LOCAL COVERABLE AREAS • KARACHI • LAHORE • FAISALABAD • ISLAMABAD • SIALKOT • GUJRANWALA • MULTAN • KABUL (Afghanistan)
KARACHI Mausoleum of Muhammad Ali Jinnah • Karachi is the largest city of Pakistan and is the Business Hub of the country. • It handles 95% of the foreign trade of Pakistan, generating over 75% of the Country’s revenue. with it’s over 10, 000 industrial units in five major industrial Estates it is the largest industrial hub of the country. • • The major exports of the city are Textile made-ups, Cement, Habib Bank Toewr Rice & Pharmaceuticals. • The major imports of the city are Electronic items, pharmaceutical raw material, textile & auto parts. Port Expo Center Kemari Karachi
LAHORE Minar-e-Pakistan • It is popularly known as the Heart of Pakistan • A Cultural, Political, Educational and Industrial centre of the country. • Lahore is the second largest financial hub of Pakistan. • Lahore is famous as the hub of hand-made carpet manufacturing in Pakistan. At present, hand-knitted carpets produced in and around Lahore among Pakistan's leading export products Lahore Fort The Badshahi. Mosque Lahore Museum Shalamar Garden • The major exports of the city are Carpets, Leathers Garments, Rock Salt (handy craft), cotton yarn. • The major imports of the city are Chemicals, Textile machinery, mobiles & accessories. • Approximate Distance From Karachi Seaport to Lahore 1292 -km
FAISALABAD Clock Tower Chowk Faisalabad Garments • Faisalabad is the third largest city in Pakistan. • The city which had so far been known for its grain market, became a great commercial and industrial centre. • Faisalabad has a strong industrial base including textiles, jewellery, home furniture, and pharmaceuticals, • It is the hub of textile production in Pakistan. • The major exports of the city are Textile Garments, Textile fabrics/yarns, Bedlinen, Towels, hosiery & yarn, • The major imports of the city are textile machinery • Approximate Distance From Karachi Seaport to Faisalabad 1181 -km
SIALKOT • It is one of the major industrial centres of Pakistan and is well-known Clock Tower Chowk Town. Hall Blgd. Surgical Instruments for its manufacture and export of Sports goods, Surgical instruments, Musical instruments, Leather goods, Textile products and other light manufactures. It is the third largest export-oriented city of Pakistan. • • The major exports of the city are Sports Goods, Surgical instruments, Textile Products & Leather Goods. • The major imports of the city are chemicals & sport goods accessories • Approximate Distance From Karachi Seaport to Lahore 1410 -km
ISLAMABAD (The Capital of Pakistan) The Shah Faisal Mosque presidency & parliament Prime Minister Secretariat Blue Area, the central shopping Area • The young city of Islamabad is preceded by thousands of years of history. • This is the site of one of the earliest human settlements in Asia • The major exports of the city are Diplomatic shipments & Furniture. • The major imports of the city are Spare parts, air-conditioner parts and Kits. • Approximate Distance From Karachi Seaport to Isb. 1580 -km
GUJRANWALLA Nishan-e-Manzal, Gujranwala • Is famous as the city of wrestlers. The City and wrestling run neck to neck. • it is also a commercial and industrial center, manufacturing ceramics, kitchen ware, iron safes, copper, electric goods, brass, and aluminum utensils. • World 's best Quality Rice grows here. • The major exports of the city are Rice, textiles, carpets, Sher Shah Suri Mosque transformer, electric fans, goods of glass, hosiery, leather products, metal utensils, sanitary wares & fittings. • The major imports of the city are home appliances parts. • Approximate Distance From Karachi Seaport to Sialkot 1350 -km Wrestling Carpet Industry Rice
MULTAN • Is one of the oldest cities in South Asia. It has seen a lot of warfare Shah Rukhn-i-Alam Mausoleum because of its location on a major invasion route between South Asia and Central Asia. It is connected with the rest of the country through rail, road and air. • • Industries include fertilizer, cosmetics, glass manufacturing, cotton production and processing, large textile units, flour, sugar & oil mills. Bahauddin-zakriya-tombb Multan Qila (Fort) Qasim Bagh • It is famous for its handicrafts and cottage industries. • The major exports of the city are home textiles. • The major imports of the city are asorted raw material. • Approximate Distance From Karachi Seaport to Multan 945 -km
• Location: Southern Asia, bordering the Arabian Sea, between India on the east and Iran and Afghanistan on the west and China in the north • Land boundaries: total: 6, 774 km Border countries: Afghanistan 2, 430 km, China 523 km, India 2, 912 km, Iran 909 km • Coastline: 1, 046 km • Climate: mostly hot, dry desert; temperate in northwest; arctic in north
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Economy-Overview Pakistan, an impoverished and underdeveloped country, has suffered from decades of internal political disputes, low levels of foreign investment, and a costly, ongoing confrontation with neighboring India. However, IMF-approved government policies, bolstered by generous foreign assistance and renewed access to global markets since late 2001, given Pakistan's low level of development, medium-term prospects for job creation and poverty reduction are the best in nearly a decade. Islamabad has raised development spending from about 2% of GDP in the 1990 s to 4% in 2005, a necessary step towards reversing the broad underdevelopment of its social sector. GDP growth is heavily dependent on rain-fed crops, and last year's end to a four-year drought should support moderate agricultural growth for the next few years. Foreign exchange reserves continued to reach new levels in 2010, supported by robust export growth and steady worker remittances.
Exports: $11. 7 billion in 2010’. Major Exports - Commodities: Textiles (Garments, Bed linen, Cotton cloth, Yarn), Rice, Fruits, Leather goods, Sports goods, Chemicals, Cement, Carpets and Rugs.
Imports: $12. 51 billion 2010’ Major Imports - Commodities: Petroleum, Petroleum products, Machinery, PVC, Auto parts Edible oils, Paper and Paperboard, Iron, Pharmaceuticals, steel and Tea Adhesive, Rubber Belts, Chain, Industrial Parts.
PAKISTAN PORTS/ TERMINALS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. KARACHI OLD PORT BIN QASIM GWADER KICT PICT QICT
The Karachi Port is administered by a Board of Trustees, comprising Chairman and 10 Trustees. The Chairman is appointed by the Federal Government and is also the Chief Executive of Karachi Port Trust. The remaining 10 Trustees are equally distributed between the public and the private sector. The five public sector Trustees are nominated by the Federal Government. The seats for private sector Trustees are filled by elected representatives of various private sector organizations. This way all port users find a representation in the Board of Trustees.
Located at the entrance of the Persian Gulf and about 460 kms from Karachi, Gwadar has had immense Geostrategic significance on many accounts. The continued unstable regional environment in the Persian Gulf in particular as a result of the Iran/Iraq war, the Gulf war and the emergence of the new Central Asian States has added to this importance. Considering the Geo-economic imperative of the regional changes, the ADB’s Ports Master Plan studies considered an alternate to the Persian Gulf Ports to capture the transit trade of the Central Asian Republic (CAR) as well as the trans-shipment trade of the region. Both Karachi and PQA were considered for such development but were found unattractive to major shipping lines due to the remoteness from the main shipping routes. The Project started on 22 March 2002, was on a fast track and completed in schedule time i. e May 2006. It have received merchant ships since Jan 2003 and have been able to off load hundreds of tones of cargo imported for the Project, thus saving precious time and money which otherwise is required for transportation of the same cargo by road from Karachi/PQA to Gwadar
Link of Gwadar Port to other areas of Pakistan
IMPORT PROCEDURE IN PAKISTAN (Afghan in-transit cargo) DOCUMENTATION (Required 2 days before arrival) n n n n n AID & MILITARY CARGO (NON US ARMY) Original bill of lading Original commercial invoice declaring exact description and amount on C&F or CIF basis Original Packing list showing net / gross weight of each unit Exemption certificate for AIDs cargo (issued by Ministry of Finance, Afghanistan) Letter of authorization from consignee or relevant consulate in Pakistan addressed “ to whom it my concerns” in favor of SGS stating, they are authorized to handle that particular shipment. US MILITARY ONLY Original bill of lading Original commercial invoice declaring exact description and amount on C&F or CIF basis Original Packing list showing net / gross weight of each unit Letter of authorization from consignee or relevant consulate in Pakistan addressed “ to whom it my concerns” in favor of AMI Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd. stating, they are authorized to handle that particular shipment. COMMERCIAL CARGO Original bill of lading Copy of Jawaz Nama attested by Afghan finance ministry Original Performa invoice duly attested by Afghan Ministry of finance Original commercial invoice declaring exact description and amount on C&F or CIF bases Original Packing list showing net / gross weight of each unit Consignee letter of authorization from consignee in favor of Seagull
OFF DOCK TERMINALS IN KARACHI PAK SHAHEEN YARD (PSY) KARACHI PAKSHAEEN ALSO A GOOD YARD THAT HAVE ALL KINF SERVICES. BOML YARD. BOML IS A ONE BIGGEST & RELAIBLE YARD & HAVE ALL OWN EQUPEMENT & VERY SAFE OF OUR CARGO, FULLY EQUIPPED WITH COMPUTRIZED REPORTING AL-HAMD INTERNATIONAL CONTAINER TERMINAL( AICT KARACHI) AICT IS THE BIGGEST OFF DOCK TERMINAL AT KARACHI. FULLY EQUIPPED WITH COMPUTRIZED REPORTING. TERMINAL IS MANAGED BY (GAC). NLC START UP IN DEC 04 – COMPLETION APRIL, 05 10 ACRE FACILITY WITH CFS SHED CAN HANDLE 100, 000 TEU PER YEAR
ICDs in Upcountry LAHORE TWO DRY PORTS MUGHAL PURA (MANAGED BY PAKISTAN RAILWAYS) NLC (MANAGED BY GOVERNMENT CONTROLLED ORGANIZATION) EXPORT ITEMS: TEXTILE, CP GOODS & GARMENTS) • • FAISALABAD MANAGED BY CHMABER OF COMMERCE FSD IS ALSO KNOWN AS MANCHESTER OF PAKISTAN EXPORT ITEMS: BED LINEN, TEXTILE GOODS • •
SIALKOT MANAGED BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EXPORT ITEMS: SPORTS GOODS, CUTTLERY, PHARMEACEUTICAL PRODUCTS HOSPITAL EQUIPMENTS. MULTAN MANAGED BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EXPORT ITEMS: COTTON YARN
RAWALPINDI • MANAGED BY PAKISTAN RAILWAYS • EXPORT ITEMS: PERSONAL EFFECTS QUETTA • MANAGED BY PAKISTAN RAILWAYS • UTILIZED FOR AFGHAN CARGO. PESHAWER • MANAGED BY PAKSITAN RAILWAYS • UTILIZED FOR AFGHANISTAN CARGO.
DELIVERIES TO ICDs IN UPCOUNTRY BONDED DELIVERY CONTAINERS CAN BE TRANSPORTED VIA RAIL OR ROAD TO ALL ICDs INSIDE PAKISTAN AS PER TRANSPORT PERMIT LAID DOWN BY CUSTOMS. UN-BONDED DELIVERY AFTER CUSTOMS CLEARANCE / PAYMENTS OF DUTIES & TAXES, CARGO WITH/WITHOUT CONTAINER CAN BE MOVED TO ITS UPCOUNTRY LOCATION.
BONDED MOVEMENT RAIL/ROAD SHIPPING LINE’S AGENT IS RESPONSIBLE TO SUBMIT FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS TO RAILWAY FOR MOVEMENTSANDARRANGING TRANSPORT PERMIT. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. DELIVERY ORDER GATE PASS CONTAINERS LIST BILL OF LADING COPY NATIONAL TAX REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE OF CNEE. PACKING LIST INVOICE COPY
PORT QASIM (BQM) CY/CFS DELIVERY CY DELIVERY: ALL THE CY/CY & SHIPPER’S LOAD STOW AND COUNT CONTAINERS DISCHARGED AT QASIM INTERNATIONAL CONTAINER TERMINAL (QICT) SITUATED AT PORT QASIM REMAIN INTACT FOR CY DELIVERY UNLESS SHIPPING AGENT SERVED THE NOTICE TO QICT FOR DEVANNING THE CONTAINERS. CFS DELIVERY: ALL THE CONTAINERS CONTAINING SCRAP WOULD SHIFT & DESTUFF AT NAMAL CNTR TERMINAL (NCT) DESIGNATED FOR DEVANNING ONLY SCRAP UNITS. WHILE ALL THE CNTRS CONTAINING GENERAL & HAZARDOUS CARGO WOULD SHIFT & DESTUFF AT QASIM FREIGHT STATION (QFS). LCL DELIVERY: ALL THE LCL CONTAINERS WOULD ALSO SHIFT TO QFS FOR DESTUFFING (UNLESS CONTAINER NOT MEANT FOR KARACHI OFFDOCK) PROVIDED THAT CONCERN SHIPPING AGENT SERVE THE DESTUFFING REQUEST TO QICT.
AFGHANISTAN n n n THERE ARE THREE TYPES OF MOVEMENTS MILITARY CARGO US FORCES , ALLIED FORCES (INTERANTIONAL SECURITY ALLIANCE FORCES. (ISAF) AIDS CARGO. UN CARGO FOR REHABILITATION OF REFUGEES. COMMERCIAL CARGO (AFGHAN TRANSIT TRADE)
PROCEDURE FOR MOVEMENT OF MILTARY CARGO CONTAINERS ARE TRANSPORTED BY ROAD TO BORDER AT PESHAWAR AND CHAMAN. CONTAINER SEAL + PAKISTAN CUSTOM SEAL IS VARIFIED AT BORDER. TRANPORTER/CUSTOM BROKER IS REQUIRED TO PRODUCE DOCUMENTS AT THE BORDER FOR VARIFICATION . AFTER VARIFICATION OF SEALS CONTAINERS ARE ALLOWED FOR MOVMENTS INTO AFGHANISTAN. SEALS ARE REVARIFIED AT TORKHAM AND JALABAD FOR KABUL AND AT CHAMAN FOR KANDHAR AND HIRAT .
MOVEMENT PROCEDURE OF AFGHAN TRANSIT TRADE COMMERCIAL CARGO n n CONTAINERS ARE FULLY EXAMINED AT PORT OF DISCAHRGE ON PRESENTATION OF FULL DOCUMENTS. ON COMPLETETION OF CARGO EXAMINATION MOVEMNT IS ALLOWED EITHER CONTAINERISED OR NON CONTAINERISED UNDER BOND THROUGH RAIL OR BY ROAD. ON ARRIVAL AT BORDER AT PESHAWAR OR CHAMAN PART RE EXAMINATION IS CARRIED OUT ON THE BASIS OF ALL DOCUMENTS. ON COMPLETETION, UNITS ARE DEVAN AND MOVMENT IS ALLOWED BY ROAD INTO AFGHANISTAN.
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