PCMEA Announces To Hold 3-day 37th Int'l Carpet Exhibition In Sep
KARACHI (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News / NNI - 17th March, 2019) Pakistan Carpet and Manufacturers and Exporters Association (PCMEA) has formally announced to hold 3-day 37th international carpet exhibition in September 2019 hoping that Trade Development Authority Pakistan (TDAP) and all other departments and institutions will play their pivotal role in the success of mega event in true letter and spirit."We expect that like past, this year government along with their relevant bodies will be providing all necessary facilities and cooperation to help 2019 exhibition create its substantial impact regionally and globally," PCMEA senior vice chairman Ijaz Ur Rehman said this presiding over a meeting participated by senior central leader Abdul Latif Malik, Qamar Ziai, Riaz Ahmed, Saeed Khan, Malik Akbar, Kamran Razi, Khawaja Khalid Rasheed, Riaz ul Hassan and others various tiers of leaders.Meeting pondered plenty of issues about fixation of final dates of holding of 3th international carpet exhibition, expected high-handedness of Indian lobby to sabotage the exhibition, procedure of contacts with foreign traders and observers, release of funds by TDAP and multiple relevant important matters.
PCMEA senior vice chairman Ijaz Ur Rehman vowed to leave no stone unturned to ensure the participation of foreign traders.
"Since exhibition's success will help bolster carpet industry, so PCMEA seeks all sort of financial and technical assistance from the government," he said.He urged upon all people concerned to demonstrate their individual as well as collective role in ensuring high success rate of exhibition in entirety.
In order to make meticulous arrangements, he said, various committees would be constituted in impending days.Senior members Riaz Ahmed mentioned that contacts with foreign business people in Pakistan and overseas Pakistan missions would be enhanced.
With extensive publicity, CDs containing different products of carpet industry would be provided, he said.Later, participants laid down a number of suggestions that were taken in consideration to make exhibition a success. NNI