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Federal B Industrial Area

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120.0万元/亩
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1km²
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主导产业Clothing,Media,Light Industry,Biotechnology
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Price of land:120.0 million US$/k㎡Subsidy on land: - million US$/k㎡
Environmental protection requirement:No Tax on land: - million US$/k㎡
Factory rental price range:3.04 ~ 3.98 US$/month•㎡Factory sale price range:348.47 ~ 419.5 US$/㎡
Office rental price range:3.14 ~ 4.09 US$/month•㎡Office sale price range:368.2 ~ 427.9 US$/㎡

Intro

Federal B Industrial Area位于Federal B Area Shafiq Mill Colony Block 22 Gulberg Town, Karachi, Karachi City, Sindh, Pakistan。

园区主导产业为Clothing,Media,Light Industry,Biotechnology。

整体占地1k㎡,

同时,园区周边商业环境也正在飞速建设中,More than 2,000 industrial units are fully operative overthere. Almost 90% of them are totally export oriented industries, contributing sizeable share towards foreign exchange earning of the country. On the other hand, some 8.5 billion rupees are contributed annually towards duties and taxes in the National exchequer. A large number of workforce – some 8 million people are employed in various disciplines and the benefited segments are both, skilled and unskilled labour including women in a large number, particularly those who reside in the vicinity. 。

园区本地人口约为14.9 million persons、流动人口约为 - million persons, 区内教育资源丰富,拥有College for Advanced Studies, Hasani College of Technology,每年毕业人数为:0.9 thousand persons。

除了园区生活配套设施丰富之外, 园区周边交通极其方便——2.8 km from Pakistan Post,9.1 km from Nipa Station Karachi Circular Railway,26.2 km from Karachi Port,15.2 km from Jinnah International Airport。

区内厂房出售价格348.47-419.5 US$/month•㎡起, 出租价格3.04-3.98 US$/㎡起。

写字楼出售价格368.2-427.9 US$/month•㎡起, 出租价格3.14-4.09 US$/㎡起。

Federal B Industrial Area欢迎您的入驻,如想了解更多园区详细信息,可随时致电或留言。

Federal B Industrial Area期待与您共创辉煌!

Cost

Water:1.04 US$/m³Commercial electricity tariff:0.035 US$/kWh
Heavy industry electricity tariff:0.042 US$/kWhIndustrial electricity tariff (peak):0.045 US$/kWh
Industrial electricity tariff (off-peak):0.033 US$/kWhIndustrial electricty tariff (average):0.039 US$/kWh
Natural gas:3.5 US$/m³Water treatment:5.47 US$/t.
Minimum wage:150 US$/monthOrdinary worker:288.13 US$/month
Land value tax: -

Facilities

Distance to freight station:2.8 km from Pakistan PostDistance to railway station:9.1 km from Nipa Station Karachi Circular Railway
Distance to habor:26.2 km from Karachi PortDistance to airport:15.2 km from Jinnah International Airport
Introduction of district:This is the 5th largest industrial area of Sindh province, spread over block 1 to 22 of Federal B. Area, Karachi. In fact, block 21 & 22 are the declared industrial areas, fully occupied by large and medium size industrial units while the cottage and small industries are located within the residential and commercial areas from block 1 to 20.
Roads logistics: -
Railway logistics: -
Residential housing price in this city:540.28 US$/㎡
Support for residing in Park: -
Living environment: -
Access to supermarkets:Al Wardah Supermarket
Commerical enviornment:More than 2,000 industrial units are fully operative overthere. Almost 90% of them are totally export oriented industries, contributing sizeable share towards foreign exchange earning of the country. On the other hand, some 8.5 billion rupees are contributed annually towards duties and taxes in the National exchequer. A large number of workforce – some 8 million people are employed in various disciplines and the benefited segments are both, skilled and unskilled labour including women in a large number, particularly those who reside in the vicinity.
Access to shopping malls:LuckyOne Mall
Access to hotels:Galaxy Inn
Access to leisure and entertainment:Rais Bahi Club
Access to healthcare:Patel Hospital
Access to education:College for Advanced Studies

Plan

Karachi ’s Federal District B. is one of the most important and productive industrial areas in the country. It is one of the countries with the highest foreign exchange earnings and the largest small and medium-sized unit hub in the province.

 

Founded in the 1960s, it can now accommodate more than 2,000 industrial sectors, of which nearly 90% is export-oriented, earning a lot of foreign exchange for the country, and is also a source of income for the federal and provincial finances and is skilled for thousands And unskilled workers, a large part of them are women in the region.

 

Industrialists in the region can earn much more foreign exchange, help thousands of families through employment opportunities, and if not because of a severe lack of infrastructure development until 2008, can contribute to the country ’s gross national product And make greater contributions to government revenue.

 

The WTO became fully operational on January 1, 2005, and this threat posed a threat to the existence of the export-oriented industrial zone. The government recognized the grim situation and decided that it must provide infrastructure to the industrial and commercial sector to help it comply with the WPO system. This is crucial not only for the survival of the industrial zone, but also for the survival of the country ’s exports.

 

Initially, the disbanded municipal government Karachi adopted a sewage treatment and water supply development plan, because both systems have passed their design life, and because of the expansion of industry in the region, they cannot meet the growing demand for the system. .

The President was pleased to instruct that each industrial zone should form an independent company to develop the industrial zone ’s infrastructure. FITE received Rs 250 crore from the Sindh provincial government. The federal government is about to allocate funds. In this regard, the Chief Financial Officer of Sindh provided full details to his financial advisor when he visited FBATI in October 2014, and he very kindly agreed to escalate this matter to a conclusion on behalf of FITE.

 

The entire old, unusable sewers and water supply lines have been replaced with sufficient quality pipes. The project was completed at the approved rupee cost. The cost of sewers and rupees is Rs 17.5434 crore. The water supply system was 78.293 million. However, this is just the beginning. On July 13, 2005, the President of Pakistan met with industrialists and businessmen during his visit to Karachi. The latter briefed Sinn on the problems faced by the outdated and inadequate infrastructure of the SITE industrial zone Kyrgyzstan, Randy, North Karachi and Federal B. District.

 

Under the leadership of its CEO, Mr. M. Rehan Zeeshan, FITE has transformed the Federal B. Industrial Zone, making the longest state-of-the-art roads 9 kilometers long and about 40-120 feet wide. To ensure the safe passage of pedestrians, the sidewalk is 14 kilometers long.

 

A rainwater drainage system with a total length of 5.5 kilometers was constructed, and manholes were properly constructed and covered. Street lights and floodlights were installed on all streets, and the once dark and shady areas are now bright and bright.

Once the appropriate infrastructure is developed, FITE will not have problems with road maintenance. Regularly repair or re-carpet the road as needed. Replace the manhole cover that was stolen or damaged due to the passage of heavy vehicles, so that no accidents will occur due to the opening of the manhole. All regions are now one of the city ’s best maintained industrial areas.

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Karachi is the capital of the Pakistani province of Sindh. It is the most populous city in Pakistan, and sixth-most-populous city proper in the world. Ranked as a beta-global city, the city is Pakistan's premier industrial and financial centre and is considered as the cultural, economic, philanthropic, educational, and political hub of the country. Karachi is also Pakistan's most cosmopolitan city. Situated on the Arabian Sea, Karachi serves as a transport hub, and is home to Pakistan's two largest seaports, the Port of Karachi and Port Bin Qasim, as well as Pakistan's busiest airport, Jinnah International Airport.
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Introduction

Karachi ’s Federal District B. is one of the most important and productive industrial areas in the country. It is one of the countries with the highest foreign exchange earnings and the largest small and medium-sized unit hub in the province.

 

Founded in the 1960s, it can now accommodate more than 2,000 industrial sectors, of which nearly 90% is export-oriented, earning a lot of foreign exchange for the country, and is also a source of income for the federal and provincial finances and is skilled for thousands And unskilled workers, a large part of them are women in the region.

 

Industrialists in the region can earn much more foreign exchange, help thousands of families through employment opportunities, and if not because of a severe lack of infrastructure development until 2008, can contribute to the country ’s gross national product And make greater contributions to government revenue.

 

The WTO became fully operational on January 1, 2005, and this threat posed a threat to the existence of the export-oriented industrial zone. The government recognized the grim situation and decided that it must provide infrastructure to the industrial and commercial sector to help it comply with the WPO system. This is crucial not only for the survival of the industrial zone, but also for the survival of the country ’s exports.

 

Initially, the disbanded municipal government Karachi adopted a sewage treatment and water supply development plan, because both systems have passed their design life, and because of the expansion of industry in the region, they cannot meet the growing demand for the system. .

The President was pleased to instruct that each industrial zone should form an independent company to develop the industrial zone ’s infrastructure. FITE received Rs 250 crore from the Sindh provincial government. The federal government is about to allocate funds. In this regard, the Chief Financial Officer of Sindh provided full details to his financial advisor when he visited FBATI in October 2014, and he very kindly agreed to escalate this matter to a conclusion on behalf of FITE.

 

The entire old, unusable sewers and water supply lines have been replaced with sufficient quality pipes. The project was completed at the approved rupee cost. The cost of sewers and rupees is Rs 17.5434 crore. The water supply system was 78.293 million. However, this is just the beginning. On July 13, 2005, the President of Pakistan met with industrialists and businessmen during his visit to Karachi. The latter briefed Sinn on the problems faced by the outdated and inadequate infrastructure of the SITE industrial zone Kyrgyzstan, Randy, North Karachi and Federal B. District.

 

Under the leadership of its CEO, Mr. M. Rehan Zeeshan, FITE has transformed the Federal B. Industrial Zone, making the longest state-of-the-art roads 9 kilometers long and about 40-120 feet wide. To ensure the safe passage of pedestrians, the sidewalk is 14 kilometers long.

 

A rainwater drainage system with a total length of 5.5 kilometers was constructed, and manholes were properly constructed and covered. Street lights and floodlights were installed on all streets, and the once dark and shady areas are now bright and bright.

Once the appropriate infrastructure is developed, FITE will not have problems with road maintenance. Regularly repair or re-carpet the road as needed. Replace the manhole cover that was stolen or damaged due to the passage of heavy vehicles, so that no accidents will occur due to the opening of the manhole. All regions are now one of the city ’s best maintained industrial areas.

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