Nowshera IMGC acquired one of the largest edible oil units in Pakistan from the Privatization Commission of Pakistan in 1992. The unit was established in 1960 with state of the art German machinery. IMGC has completely modernized and updated the unit with the latest technology to meet and exceed international quality standards. The present capacity of the unit is 75000 MT per annum with a turnover of over Rs 9 billion (USD 110 million) and employs over 600 people. AIL produces “SHAMA” which is the single largest selling brand in the NWFP and Afghanistan.
Multan Hafeez Ghee Mills was acquired in 1994 by IMGC. Since then IMGC has increased its capacity from a mere 5000 MT per year to 50000 MT per year with state of the art machinery and technology. HGGM is the manufacturer of SHAMA and HAFEEZ which are the leading brands of Edible Oil in. HGGM has just started a modern solvent extraction unit spread over 8 Acres next to its main manufacturing facility. HGGM can crush up to 200MT of seed per day for the production of raw edible oil. Future plans include feed factory to consume all the byproducts on site and a modern margarine plant that would be operational by 2010. HGGM has an annual turnover of Rs. 4 Billion (USD 50 million) and employs over 400 workers.
|Port Qasim IMGC has started construction on its new edible oil plant in Karachi at Port Qasim. The initial capacity of 25,000 MT will give IMGC the single largest production capacity in Pakistan. It will also make IMGC the biggest in sales and exports in Pakistan as well. The unit will commence production and sales in March 2010. Future expansion plans include a crude palm oil refinery, fractionation plant and an oleo-chemical processing unit.|