ISLAMABAD, (Pakistan Point News - APP - 28th july, 2016) : A delegation comprising of senior officials of National Engineering Services Pakistan (Pvt) Limited (NESPAK), headed by their MD and President Amjad A. Khan called on Pakistan High Commissioner to the UK Syed Ibne Abbas and discussed with him their business expansion strategy in the UK. According to a press release received here Thursday, the delegation apprised the High Commissioner of various projects which they were currently executing in Pakistan, especially Punjab Saaf Pani Project and Orange Line Project in Punjab.
They also informed about their desire to enter into joint ventures with reputable British consultancy firms. Such JVs will help in bringing international best practices in the country coupled with capacity building of Pakistani professionals to deliver projects of international standard in Pakistan. As a confidence-building measure, NESPAK has registered a subsidiary by the name of NESPAK UK in Britain. Now the British firms will be in a more comfortable position to enter into business deals with a firm which is also registered in the UK.
NESPAK already has a global presence. The High Commissioner assured the delegation all possible support in their endeavours and asked them to keep the High Commission updated on their projects through close liaison to work together in future. He also advised the Commercial Counsellor to facilitate meetings of the delegations with the relevant British authorities especially with UKTI, British Council and DFID, among others. NESPAK delegation appreciated High Commission's consistent support. National Engineering Services Pakistan (Pvt) Limited (NESPAK) is Pakistan's premier consultancy organization. Its international stature is well established and it enjoys the reputation of being one of the top engineering consultancy organizations in Asia and Africa and is ranked amongst the world's top 200 consulting firms.