They have established themselves as a leading provider of logistics solutions and are now working on a vast project consisting of a network of highways and railways across Pakistan
Infinity Shipping Services, a Coop member in Karachi, Pakistan, completes 15 years in the industry. As a company specializing in handling breakbulk cargo and heavy machinery, they obtained several projects that allowed them to achieve their targets in the last two years. Some of these projects consisted of handling breakbulk vessels, minerals and iron ore for export from Pakistan to China.
To quote Mr. Faizan Sattar, the CEO of Infinity Shipping, “I am proud to announce that our business has been growing by the day. Moreover, even during the pandemic, we not only met our targets but even surpassed our forecast targets. This is largely due to our close relationship with carriers and airlines that has enabled us to offer the best rates and find space even in the busiest season.”
|Infinity Shipping is presently handling project cargoes for the building of a vast network of highways and railways across Pakistan. The $62 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is a collection of infrastructural projects across the country. For this project, they are mostly moving items like poles and street lights.
“Recently two sea ports are operating in Pakistan- Karachi Port and Port Qasim. We are one of the few forwarders in Pakistan with a shipping license for the above two ports. Moreover, we also have the license to operate in the newly established Gwadar port in Balochistan. The Gwadar port will be responsible for all vessels required in the movement of CPEC logistics to/from worldwide.
Congratulations to Infinity Shipping Services and wishing them all the best for their future projects!