Hashoo Group of Hotels (Pearl Continental Hotels & Marriot Hotels)

Hashoo Group owes its successful growth to Mr. Sadruddin Hashwani, who established a trading enterprise in 1960, with a vision, ambition, and determination to make it the largest chain of hotels within the country. Through his strategic direction and unwavering commitment, Hashoo Group has emerged as Pakistan’s premium conglomerate with a diversified international business portfolio.

Pakistan Petroleum Limited

Pioneering the Natural Gas industry in the country, Pakistan Petroleum Limited (PPL) has been a frontline player in the energy sector since the mid-1950s. As a major supplier of natural gas, PPL today contributes around 20 percent of the Country’s total Natural Gas supplies, besides producing Crude Oil, Liquid Natural Gas Liquefied Petroleum Gas.

PPL operates nine producing fields across the country at Sui (Pakistan’s largest gas field), Adhi, Kandhkot, Chachar, Mazarani, Adam, Adam West, Shadadpurand Shahdadpur West and holds working interest in seventeen partner-operated producing fields, including Qadirpurthe country’s second largest gas field.

United Bank Limited

United Bank Limited (UBL) leads the banking and financial services sector in Pakistan. With a customer base of over 4 million, the Bank boasts Pakistan’s widest network of over 44,000 customer touchpoints; this includes more than 1,400 branches, above 37,000 Omni Agents and over 1,400 ATMs. UBL has presence in four continents. The Bank is a pioneer in branchless banking with its UBL Omni platform. Customers across the world have 24/7 access to the bank via UBL’s world class Internet Banking. UBL was declared Pakistan’s ‘Best Bank for Corporate Finance & Capital Market Development’ at the Pakistan Banking Awards 2017.

Punjab Skills Development fund PSDF is the largest skills development fund in Pakistan, set up by the Government of the Punjab in collaboration with Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO). PSDF also manages the skills training funding provided by the World Bank. It funds trainings for over 100,000 youth every year in 250+ demand-driven trades through an ecosystem of 500+ training partners, primarily from the industry and private sector training providers.
Orient Petroleum Inc. ORIENT PETROLEUM – an exploration and production Company, the successor of Occidental Of Pakistan Inc. has been functioning in Pakistan since 1979. Within five years of commencing E&P operations, it made Pakistan’s largest oil discovery from its Dhurnal field in Potwar Basin, Punjab with oil in place of over 150 Million Barrels and was producing over 22,000 Barrels of oil per day. With a vision to expand its E&P footprint, Orient Petroleum has made significant strides in the field through various initiatives and innovations and has remained successful in providing sustainable solutions to Pakistan’s energy requirements.
National Highway Authority In 1978, the Government of Pakistan federalized five important inter-provincial roads and named them National Highways.[4] That same year, the National Highway Board was set up to monitor the development and maintenance of these federalized roads by provincial highway departments. In 1991 by the Highway Authority of Pakistan Act was passed to monitor the works and administration of national highways, motorways, expressways and strategic roads.