Mr. Hassan Ahmad from DAK Logistics visited Punjab Board of Investment & Trade and met the team of Projects & Policy Research Department. Various opportunities regarding logistics and freight forwarding were discussed during the meeting. The company is currently maintaining its transport and logistics operations in Pakistan and has plans to grow internationally with their partners in Netherlands. Along with other opportunities, the China Pakistan Economic Corridor has also spotlighted various investment opportunities in freight-forwarding, logistics and ecommerce sectors. This would also create a potential for in-house production of heavy duty carriages in Punjab. The group intends to establish a training school for drivers and cargo handlers for providing them professional trainings as per the international standards and global best practices. The Projects & Policy Research Department assured them of maximum facilitation for establishing their setup in Punjab.