12 October 2020
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Cables e-store won the 8th Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) Achievement award for being the first to enter the e-commerce segment in the wires […]
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Cables e-store won the 8th Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) Achievement award for being the first to enter the e-commerce segment in the wires and cables industry of Pakistan. The award ceremony was hosted by FPCCI in recognition of the praise worthy contributions in development of different sectors of national economy. The President of Pakistan, Dr. Arif Alvi, conferred the award to Mariam Durrani, Head of Marketing & Brands Pakistan Cables during the ceremony.
Pakistan Cables e-store was launched in September 2019 to offer consumers a hassle free and convenient way of buying general wiring, delivered directly to their door step. With this service now offered in 50 cities and towns, Pakistan Cables has paved the way to ensure its customers are facilitated through various channels . “We launched the e-store anticipating the evolving needs of our customer base, even well ahead of COVID19. We knew that as a leader we wanted to be disruptive and truly empower our customers through innovation”, said Mr. Fahd Chinoy, CEO Pakistan Cables Limited.
This was the Company’s second consecutive win for innovation in Pakistan. PCL was also recognized in 2019 by FPCCI for introducing Technological Advancement through ACCC® Conductors in Pakistan.
About Pakistan Cables Ltd. Founded in 1953, Pakistan Cables is the oldest and most reputable cable manufacturer in Pakistan. It is the only wire and cable manufacturer listed on the PSX since 1955. It has a history of international affiliations, including British Insulated Callender’s Cable and General Cable. It is ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 45001:2018 certified and has had various cables type tested by KEMA, Netherlands. The company has the largest geographical footprint in Pakistan with presence in over 190 cities and towns.