Tag Archives: Sales

FY11 saw 3.1pc decline in oil sales

Despite increasing energy demand in the country, complimented with a severe gas shortage, the oil consumption in Pakistan witnessed a slump of 3.1 per cent during the fiscal year 2010-11. Oil consumption

Millat Tractors sets new sales record

Millat Tractors has set a new record by selling 42,000 tractors, achieving its highest ever production and sales in the challenging financial year 2011. It has improved by 4.5 percent compared to

Gazprom pins growth to Asia sales

Russia’s Gazprom energy giant said on Thursday it was staking its future on liquefied natural gas sales to Asia and a broader role in the electricity markets of Europe. Company chief Alexei

Fertiliser sales decline

National Fertilizer Development Corporation (NFDC) has released fertiliser data for the month of May 2011. During the month, urea and DAP offtake registered a decline of 20 per cent (year on year)

Auto sales set to decline

Auto sales are expected to further decline by an estimated 20-25 per cent in anticipation of a three per cent decline in auto prices starting 1 July. The decline is due to

SA sows law for Sindh to reap sales tax

The Sindh Assembly on Monday unanimously passed the Sales Tax on Services Bill-2011 Monday, enabling the provincial government to collect sales tax on services provided, received and consumed in the province. Finance

TEC holds sales course

Training Event and Consultancy (TEC) has organised a sales management course on ‘Proactive sales management through customer delight’. The event was focused on delivering value to corporate sector and businesses and allows

Car sales grow 24pc in March

KARACHI – Car sales, last month, improved by an annual 24 percent and reached 15,634 units compared to 12,618 units in the same period last year, according to recent data released by the Pakistan Automotive Manufacturers Association (PAMA). A month-wise analysis depicted a sales boost of 17 percent spurred by delivery of CNG vehicles, booked in January and February FY11, in the outgoing month.
“Thus, with these numbers, 9MFY11 marked an annual 14 percent improvement,” said