A high level private sector trade delegation from Afghanistan will visit the provincial metropolis after Eidul Fitr to import Pakistan made diesel engines for agricultural purpose.
Chief executive officer KAM Engineering, Khalid Saeed Khan told APP here Friday that the Pakistan made KAM diesel engines have become very popular in Afghanistan, compared to all brands of those made in India, and are being successfully used for agricultural purposes.
He said the Afghan team would visit the state of the art plant and see the engine assembly process, using indigenous technical know-how and expertise, which has helped to control the price of the product with minimum overhead expenses.
In their war-torn country, the Afghans are now inclined to bring maximum area under cultivation to meet the ever increasing need of foodgrains.
For this purpose, they need quality agri inputs and implements, and Pakistan made products offer the guarantee to compete in terms of quality and price, said the firm’s Director Marketing, Muhammad Amin.