Chairperson, Sindh Board of Investment (SBI) Naheed Memon and President, Muller and PHIPPS Company, Raymond Simkins, in a meeting here, discussed in detail the avenues for investment in the supply chain of agriculture produce.
This system includes the procurement of agriculture produce from the growers, its movement to the markets (mandis) and to the retailers.
The meeting held in the SBI office mainly discussed the storage and logistics facilities for agriculture products, said an official statement. Chief Executive Officer, Sindh Enterprises Development Fund, Mehboob-ul-Haq was also present.
SBI Chairperson spoke for the investment opportunities in the value-addition of agriculture products especially dates, mangoes, guava, bananas, papaya and tomatoes.
Raymond Simkins said the Muller and PHIPPS were operating in Karachi since 1912. It was providing services of distribution and marketing at more than 80 places in 36 countries of the continent of Asia.
Source: Associated Press of Pakistan