Pakarab Fertilizers is a fully integrated facility, producing intermediate and final products.
Pakarab Fertilizers Limited was incorporated on November 12, 1973 by joint Venture between Government of Pakistan and Abu Dhabi National Oil Company Limited (ADNOC). Subsequently, Pakistan Industrial Development Corporation, PIDC assigned 52% of its shares to National Fertilizer Corporation (NFC) of Pakistan and ADNOC assigned 48% of its shares to International Petroleum Investment Company, with a paid-up capital of PKR 743.061 Million.
Pakarab Fertilizers Limited was privatized on July 14, 2005 under the privatization policy of Government of Pakistan, at a cost of Rs. 14.125 Billion. It was acquired by a consortium of Fatima Group and Arif Habib Group.
Fatima Group has undertaken extensive modernization at Pakarab Fertilizers Limited and new improved processes have been introduced to maximize the output while minimizing the negative impacts on the environment. Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) plant was first project of its kind in Pakistan by Fatima Group for the abatement of NOX emissions from the stack gases of Nitric Acid plant. The efforts and investments for the reduction of green-house gases show Fatima Group's commitment towards a cleaner and healthier environment for the future generations of Pakistan.
Pakarab Fertilizers Limited is located at Khanewal Road, Multan adjacent to Mukhtar A. Sheikh Hospital. The site area comprises 302 acres, which includes area for the factory and the Housing Colony with all amenities including Medical Centre, School, Management and Staff Clubs for recreation of employees and their families.
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