JV signed with PAK STEEL, Pakistan's leading steel manufacturer, to build state-of-the-art, fully automated manufacturing plant in Hattar Special Economic Zone with a production capacity of 450,000 metric tons
Ground breaking of 450,000 metric tons Rebar Mill at
Hattar Special Economic Zone (HSEZ) with collaboration of
Peshawar Sustainable Rapid Transit Corridor Project-Sup
plied 40,000 tons steel bars. Havelian to Thakot road
(KKH-II) Project-supplied more then 35,000 tons steel bars.
CSR having responsibility of corporate sector, upgradation
of Faisal Chawk E-7, Islamabad.
Installation of Pollution Treatment Plant for improvement of
Installation of new state of the art steel bars production
plant with capacity of 800 metrics tons per day.
Orange Line Metro Train Project Lahore: Supplied more than
35,000 tons steel bars
Launched new Brand “PAK G 60 METRO"
Rawalpindi - Islamabad Metro Bus Project: Supplied more than
50,000 tons steel bars.
Islamabad International Airport, Islamabad & Multan Interna
tional Airport: Supplied more than 25,000 tons steel bars.
Metro Bus System Project - Lahore: Supplied 25,000 tons steel
New increased capacity induction furnace of capacity 15 tons
starts operation with CC(continous casting) technology.
Achieved ISO 14000 certification on first audit at PAK STEEL and
New increased capacity Induction furnace of capacity 15 Tons
installation begins in Hattar Industrial Area with CC technology.
Acquired 5 Tons capacity furnace unit in the Gujranwala industri
PAK STEEL achieves TOTAL Production capacity of rebar's
at 350 Tons per day
Upgradation /enhancement of mill #3 in Hattar Industrial
PAK STEEL introduces (Steel Girder Structural Steel) for the
first time in the local market
PAK STEEL Mill # 1 upgradation begins. Rough stands size
(16”) installed as an intermediate mill to increase production
New increased capacity induction melting furnace capacity
of 7 tnos of inductotherm starts production with CC (contin
uous casting) technology.
PAK STEEL successfully converted to ISO 9001:2000 version
on 1st attemp/audit
Dia 88 mm Plain Steel Bar Shafts were produced.
Dia 85 mm Plain Steel Bar Shafts were produced.
Dia 42 mm plain steel Bar were produced
PAK STEEL added a new product "U-channel” to its existing
structural steel- product line.
Introduced Angle Iron for the first time in local market.
Achieved ISO-9002 certification on 1st Audit. PAK STEEL is
the first ISO certified Steel Re-Rolling Mill in Pakistan.
Tee-Iron production was re-started on commercial basis
Loading cranes were introduced by PAK STEEL in the local
Another first by PAK STEEL (No.11) steel bars were rolled from
150x150mm cast billets
Two sizes (No. 7 and No. 11) were produced in same shift
without any changes in mill design. This double size produc
tion was first ever in the Pakistan Steel Industry
New Rolling (Mill # 3) with a capacity of 150 tons per day was
established in Hattar Industrial Area, NWFP, for manufactur
ing of steel bars and sections.
New Mill # 2 installation work started with-in existing PAK
Modern induction melting system of Inductotherm Corpora
tion, USA, installed
Acquired 100% ownership in the melting furnace unit and
Grade-40 Special 40' Steel Bars were introduced first time
in local market by PAK STEEL.
Melting induction Furnace purchased, under partnership, in
PAK STEEL Re-Rolling Mills inauguration and commercial
“PAK STEEL Re-Rolling Mills” foundation de-markation was
completed and work started for a new mill isntallation at 25,
I-9 Industrial Area, Islamabad(present location)
1/2’’ (No.4) Cold Twist (TOR) Steel Bars were produced.
Tee-iron (structural Steel) was produced for the first time in
Introduce 1/2’’(No.4) square Steel bars were produced for
the first time in this area.
“M. farid Muhammad & Sons” mill operation was inaugurat
ed and 1/2’’ (No.4) Round (Plain) Steel Bars were produced.
Partnership finished and “M. Farid Muhammad & Sons” Initi
ated its work and started rehabilitation of Mill.
Istallation completed and mill started operations with
imported billet (raw material). Only two Mills existed in the
area at that time.
A New Mill installation was started in the underdeveloped
and weak steel re-rolling industry of Rawalpindi, Pakistan
“M. Farid Muhammad Hussain Steel Re-Rolling Mills”.
Address: #25-27, I-9, Industrial Area