Two auto giants are set to enter Pakistan’s volatile automobile sector. Premier Motors Limited (PML) is developing a manufacturing plant in Hub, Balochistan, to locally assemble Volkswagen (VW) and Skoda vehicles.
German Consul General, Dr. Rüdiger Lotz, visited the under-construction manufacturing plant. He stated that PML and VW Group will locally assemble premium Skoda and VW cars for the first time in Pakistan. Despite the fact that Skoda Auto is based in the Czech Republic, VW owns and manages it.
According to the details, the plant will be completed by 2024 and will have the capacity to produce 32,000 units per year.
German Counsel also said that Pakistan needs foreign investments during this unstable period. They’ll not only generate more revenue but also create jobs and increase exports, thereby improving overall economic activity.
Joke of the day.
Is sting your trait, or family name ???
You appear to be an Imrandoo
Your behaviour shows that you are an illiterate.
pehly waly band horhy hain to ye q arhy hain
good bye “deba cars”
Best news ever! As an overseas Pakistani living in Europe over the last 25 years I have owned the ‘people’s car’ the VW Golf which is a great mid sized car and very reliable.
I will be definitely getting one in Pakistan when I come to visit.iA
our economy will be collapsing soon still we are relying on imports very very shameful and pity on visionless govt and selfish investors in pakistan
Will these vehicles be exported also to balance the CKD kit import bill if not then they are of no use to already dollar definition economy rather they will add to the burden Pakistan and its people
Great efforts by previous PM Imran Khan.
This donkey will just for announcement.
It’s good for Pakistan automobile sector we have to welcome them 👍🇵🇰
MOST welcome to European automobile SPECIALLY VW,
Hopefully we will have the EUROPEAN standards quality at reasonable prices
My first love VW Beetle.
We well come these companies
They should be disallowed as this will cause dollar to flow out of the country due to imports of cbu parts.
They should be allowed only if they transfer complete technology to Pakistan.