A Japanese investors delegation from the Japan Gloves Industry Association (JGIA) led by Seiji Tomokuni—the CEO of the Tomokuni Company, paid a visit to the Punjab Board of Investment and Trade (PBIT) and showed immense interest in introducing their business in the leather market of Punjab.
The Japanese delegation during the meeting said that it was their very first visit to Pakistan and they were pleased to witness the hospitality given forward to them by all the organisations they have visited.
They said that that they are happy to see the technological advancements present in Pakistan and added that there exists a great potential of developing strong business ties between the two nations, especially in the leather industry.
Previously, PBIT CEO Burana warmly greeted the esteemed delegation and gave them a briefing about the business-friendly environment in Pakistan, especially in the province of Punjab. Stressing on the trade statistics that have been improving since years, he emphasized the need for developing strong business-to-business relationships between the traders of Pakistan and Japan.
He said that there is great scope for mutual projects between the two countries if the present leather industry is modernized and upgraded via technology transfer and financial support.
Nadeemur Rehman—the Punjab Industries, Commerce and Investment Secretary on the occasion said that he is positive that the government was willing to exploit the potential of the socio-economic development to its maximum by boosting the B2B ties and business relations.