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Friday, March 2, 2012

Pakistan's retailing industry big names

Pakistan’s retail market is estimated at over $42 billion a year. There are many international names in our retail and wholesale sector including metro, makro etc. There are many national brands as well that are busy in retailing business. Names of national retail businesses are given below along with brief introduction.
Canteen store department
Canteen store department is a chain of retail stores all over the country. This chain is run by Pakistani ministry of defense for the purpose of welfare. CSD sells a wide variety of products. Generally these are purchased in bulk by CSD and sold at concessional rates. Now CSD is open to all citizens of Pakistan but previously it was open only to government employees especially members of armed forces. Currently there are more then 100 shops owned and managed by the department.
RAHAT bakers
Rahat is a chain of bakeries in twin cities. There are 5 bakeries in twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi. All 5 bakeries are owned and managed by noon brothers.
Savour foods
Savour is a chain of food retail outlets selling primarily rice dishes.
Gourmet bakers
Gourmet is a retail chain of bakeries. There are over a 100 stores in Lahore.
It’s a high-end fashion retailer. It is the chain of retail stores across Pakistan, India, UAE, Malaysia, and United Kingdom.
Chenone is Chain of fashion stores having 20+ stores in Pakistan and Middle East. Chenone offers fashion clothing, foot wear, bed linen, kitchen accessories, and furniture.
Imtiaz supermarket
Imtiaz supermarket is a chain of supermarket in Karachi serving 60,000 to 70,000 people per week. Currently there are two supermarkets in Karachi with plans to grow further.
Naheed supermarket
It is another supermarket targeting middle class just like imtiaz supermarket. This supermarket attracts nearly 4000 customers daily.
Greenvalley supermarket
Greenvalley is a high-end supermarket chain, recently started by bahria town (pvt.) Ltd.
Sauda sulf
Sauda sulf is a chain of departmental stores in twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Presently it has two flagship stores located in F-11 markaz, Islamabad and another one in chaklala scheme-3, Rawalpindi.
Pace shopping mall
Pace has 5 branches in Lahore, 1 in Gujrat and 1 in Gujranwala. Pace is owned by Mrs. Aamna Taseer, widow of slain governor Salman Taseer.
cosmo express and cosmo cash and carry are two types of retail outlets owned by sohrab group.

1 comment:

  1. Pakistan development is also depend on industrial development to I would encourage all businessmen to develop their industry to promote Pakistan craft also and Government also help them as much as they can ,so work hard and support us also and vote for faisal to give his best in development of Pakistan
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