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Abdullah & Hurts Casters Herbance Pura Road, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan image
Afzal Agro Industries Afzal Chambers, Mecleod Road, Near Railway Station, Lahore, Pakistan image
Al-Aftab Metals Engineering Ind (Pvt) Ltd. 1-A/13, Sector 21, Korangi Industrial Area, Karachi, Pakistan image
ALBA Engineering Co. Near Moti Masjid, Daska, Pakistan image
Ali Brothers Engineering F-563, Workers Avenue, S.I.T.E. Karachi-75700, Pakistan image
Allwin Engineering Industries Ltd. National Highway, Landhi, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan image
Alsons Industries (Pvt) Ltd. S/18, S.I.T.E., Karachi-75730, Pakistan image
Amin Mechanical Industries Co., Ltd. (AMI Gears) L-29/A, Block 22, F.B.Industrial Area, Karachi, Pakistan image
A-One Techniques Pvt. Ltd. 37/9, Sector 15, Korangi Insdustrial Area, Karachi-74900, Pakistan image
Asif Engneering & Mechanical Works Plot No. 99, Sector 41-A, Korangi No. 2, Karachi, Pakistan image
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Mar 26, 2019

On March 18, Hyundai Nishat Motor informed that it launched the Santa Fe SUV and the 12-seater Grand Starex. Hyundai Nishat Motor (Private) Limited also inaugurated City Store at Emporium Mall, Lahore as the first automotive brand in Pakistan to introduce the idea of a digital store in February, 2019.
The digital store is an innovative automotive retail concept which uses immersive 3D technology to enhance customer buying experiences. Customers can interact with the car of their choice and explore and customize the interior and exterior features through digital touchscreens.
In the future, Hyundai plans to bring even more exciting and world famous models in Pakistan and aims to set new benchmarks when it comes to technology and service standards.
Hyundai Nishat press release

Mar 25, 2019

On March 22, Proton announced that it began a project for the first ever CKD assembly plant for Proton vehicles in Pakistan. The plant, to be built at a Greenfield site in Karachi, will be owned and operated by ALHAJ Automotive, the official distributor for Proton vehicles in Pakistan and is expected to commence operations before the end of 2020.
The new CKD assembly plant with an initial investment of USD 30 million will create 2,000 direct employment opportunities in its first three years of operations. It is estimated that a further 20,000 indirect jobs will also be created as a result of the new plant being commissioned.
Initially ALHAJ will source CBU units from Malaysia before switching to CKD products once the new assembly plant begins operations.
To establish Proton in Pakistan, an agreement with ALHAJ Automotive was inked on 29 August 2018, with the group being appointed as the sole distributor for Proton vehicles in Pakistan. To take advantage of reduced duties for CKD vehicles in the country, a plan was devised to build a brand new assembly plant.
PROTON press release

Mar 22, 2019

According to Malaysia High Commissioner to Pakistan, Malaysia national carmaker, Proton will collaborate with Alhaj Automotive to establish an assembly plant near Karachi, Sindh province in Pakistan, which will become the first Proton’s plant in South Asia region. The agreement was inked since 2018.
Malaysia Prime Minister and his Pakistani counterpart, Imran Khan, are expected to witness the symbolic groundbreaking ceremony of Proton’s plant on March 22, 2019.
(From an article of New Straits Times on March 21, 2019)