LCCI firm gets KEMA Gold Certificate

LAHORE: Another LCCI member firm Fast Cables has elevated the national flag at global level by winning KEMA, Holland,

Gold Certificate after passing the KEMA test. It is also a good news for the economy as Pakistani entrepreneurs are fast getting their due place in the international trade arena.

Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) President Malik Tahir Javed disclosed this in a press conference here at Lahore Chamber on Monday. LCCI Senior Vice President Khawaja Khawar Rasheed and Vice President Zeeshan Khalil, Kamal Mahmood Amjad Mian also spoke on the occasion.

Malik Tahir Javed said that Fast Cable was now nation’s first KEMA Gold Certified Electrical Cable Manufacturer and this would enable it to secure maximum space in the international market that would subsequently help boost exports and bring in much-needed foreign exchange to Pakistan. He said that certificate and the report issued by KEMA were widely accepted and trustworthy in the world, adding that products of LCCI member firm passed all of tests and the reports altogether had hundreds of pages with accurate data and complete detailed graphs and pictures. This not only showed KEMA’s strict, discreet and objective work standard but also proved LCCI member firm’s strength in products and technology.

LCCI President said, “Certification from a leading European institution is an honor for the Lahore Chamber and the whole business community. Businesses should take inspiration from the achievement of LCCI firms

which are putting in their best efforts to contribute to national economy and earning good name to the country. It will not only give expansion to their businesses but also pave way for new investments and joint ventures to Pakistan, and generate more revenues for government.”

LCCI Senior Vice President Khawaja Khawar Rasheed and Vice President Zeeshan Khalil said that private sector could do a lot for the economic uplift provided it had good atmosphere and friendly policies. They said that government should encourage private sector by taking it on board while formulating trade and economy related policies.

Kamal Mehmood Amjad Mian, owner of Fast Cable, stated that company was committed to meet highest international quality standards in cable and conductor manufacturing. The Gold Certification of Fast Cables Low Voltage (LV) and Medium Voltage (MV) cables from KEMA laboratories reflected the company’s commitment to provide its customers with the best quality products. Fast Tasdeeq, an SMS verification service for

Fast products, further improved its customers’ confidence.