Sugar at the subsidized rate of Rs. 70 per KG

ISLAMABAD: The Honorable Islamabad High Court ordered PSMA (Pakistan Sugar Mills Association) to provide sugar to the public at a subsidized rate of Rs. 70 per kg.

Sugar at the subsidized rate of Rs. 70 per kg
Sugar at the subsidized rate of Rs. 70 per kg

To implement the honourable Court’s order, Almoiz Group, having five sugar mills, took the initiative and opened outlets at their mills premises, to facilitate the public to purchase sugar at the subsidized rate of Rs. 70 per kg. Almoiz Group has also involved the local administrations to extend outlets in the mills regions.

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The mills which participated in this activity include Baba Fareed Sugar Mills, Thal Industries Corporation Ltd., Safina Sugar Mills Lalian, Layyah Sugar Mills and Almoiz Industries Limited, Piplan, Mianwali. The cities covered included D.I.Khan, Mianwali, Layyah, Chiniot and Okara, in order to maximize the availability of the product to the people. Just within a couple of days, the Group has established over 50 outlets in our mills’ regions. After these successful openings, the Group has also started extending outlets into the big cities like Peshawar, Islamabad and Rawalpindi, so that even more people can benefit.

People are very happy after purchasing sugar at Rs. 70 per kg. Almoiz Group now has plans to extend the network to even more cities in coming days.

The Almoiz Group aims at “LEADING THROUGH QUALITY AND INNOVATION”. Its vision is to be the world’s leading innovative and sustainable-centric producer of high-quality sweeteners, bio-energy and allied products and services.

The Group provides employment to 7,500 persons and produces 23 products in 8 business sectors, including sugar.

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