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     FAISALABAD GARMENT
         CITY COMPANY
 PROJECT:
       FAISALABAD GARMENT CITY
AUTHORITY RESPONSIBLE FOR SPONSORING:
MINISTRY OF TEXTILE INDUSTRY (Govt. of Pakistan)
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            Location:
1-1/2 K.M, Sahiwanwala-Khurrianwala
          Road, Faisalabad.
        In Value Addition City




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MASTER LAYOUT PLAN OF FGC PROJECT

                                                      Cat-A Building
                    Cat-B Building                    Under Construction
                    Under Construction




Roads Under Construction


                       Roads Under Construction
                                                          Roads Under Construction



                                                  Roads Under Construction




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Faisalabad Garment City
  Category-A Building




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Faisalabad Garment City
  Category-B Building




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Under the Trade policy of 2003, it was envisaged that three Garment
 Cities would be established at Lahore, Karachi and Faisalabad to
  develop state of the art facilities for garment manufacturers.




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Keeping in view the objectives of the Trade Policy and Textile
      Vision, it was felt that we too need to increase our
  production capacity of value-added textile products in the
                    shortest possible time.

The Faisalabad Garment City Company acquired 38.9 acres of
          land in the Value Addition City Faisalabad.




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         DIVISIONS OF AREA:
S.No        Land Uses       Area (Acres)   % Age
 1        Industrial Area      6.346       16. 313
 2        Amenities            0.5758       1.44
 3        Parks / Green         8.93       22.96
          Area
 4        Roads /              7.305       18.78
          Footpaths
 5        Future              15.743       40.47
          Expansion
       TOTAL                   38.9         100
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Faisalabad Garment City Company was incorporated by Securities
and Exchange Commission Pakistan Faisalabad on 8th May, 2006.

The Faisalabad Garment City is the first physical infrastructure of
the Ministry of Textile Industry, Government of Pakistan.




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               PURPOSE OF THE PROJECT

   To reduce the capital outlay of investors and provide
    fully complaint state of the art facilities at prevalent
    market rate.
   To provide facilities and necessary infrastructure to the
    textile sector with a view to enhance the export of value
    added garments, made ups and accessories to
    International markets. Foreign investor/entrepreneur can
    move in very quick and start manufacturing


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MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE:
The administrative structure is approved by the Prime Minister
Secretariat and is as follows.
1. Sh. Mukhtar Ahmed                     Chairman/CEO
2. Dr. Waqar Masood Khan                 Ex-officio Director
   Secretary, Ministry of Textile Ind.
3. Mr. Salman Siddique
   Secretary Ministry of Finance         Ex-officio Director
4. Mr. Suleman Ghani
   Secretary Ministry of Commerce        Ex-officio Director
5. Mr. Tahir Raza Naqvi
   Secretary Industries Department,      Ex-officio Director
   Govt. of Punjab
6. Mr. Muhammad Siddique                 Director
7. Mr. Muhammad Amjad                    Director              13
8     Mr. Ahmed Kamal           Director

9.    Mr. Qamar Aftab           Director

10.   Mr. Muhammad Yousaf       Director

11.   Mr. Muhammad Mushtaq      Director

12.   Mr. Tahir Ishaq Bharara   Director

13.   Mr. Shahid Nazeer         Director

14.   Mr. Javed Iqbal           Director

15.   Mr. Muhammad Asif Suria   Director

16.   Mr. Arshad Gulzar         Director   14
               Ongoing projects of public private partnership:-

S        Company Name            Date       Total   Private   Govt.   Chairman
#.                                         Member   Member
     Punjab Industrial Estate
1      Development and          10/09/03     23       18       5       Private
     Management Company
      Faisalabad Industrial
2    Estate Development and     16/07/04     21       16       5       Private
     Management Company
      Lahore Garment City       16/09/04     11       6        5       Private
3          Company
      Karachi Garment City      15/11/05     14       11       3       Private
4          Company
     Faisalabad Garment City    13/05/06     16       12       4       Private
5           Company
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PROJECT OBJECTIVES:
The Textile sector of Pakistan is contributing
60 % - 62 % of total exports every year.
Faisalabad Garment City is the Textile infrastructure
project.
Slicing the vertical production chain to create
horizontal spaces for specialized production.
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There is cluster of stitching machines with complete
ancillary support and services.
   Sizing Sticker.
   Poly Bag.
   Hand Tag.
   UPC Sticker (Universal Price Code).
   Tag Pin.
   Solution Pin.

    There is conversion of fabric and accessories into
    Garments.
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HIGHLIGHTS:
Concept of common facilities for garment clusters.

Amenities
-Mosque
-Separate Women Facility Block
-First Aid Centre.
-Testing Laboratory.
-Training Institute.
-Conference & Exhibition hall.
-Bank / Business Centre.
-Cafeteria.

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Utilities
- Cargo Lifts
- Complete Fire Fighting Systems.
- Utilities (i.e. Electricity, Telephone, Gas, Water
   Supply etc.)
- Washrooms /Toilet Blocks for Ladies & gents.
- Sewerage System.
- Street Lights.
- Green Areas, Footpaths & Roads.
- Boundary wall & Security Gates.
- Parking Areas

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Testing Laboratory.
- Textile, Fabric & Garments testing
  laboratory
Conference & Exhibition Hall
- To conduct exhibitions for garment related
  matters.
- To arrange conferences between buyers and
  suppliers of garments manufacturing.

Management of Conference Hall & Exhibition Hall
is under control of Company.
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BENEFITS OF FAISALABAD GARMENT CITY
                PROJECT:
Economic uplift of Faisalabad City.
Attracting investments in Textile and Garments through
foreign and domestic manufacturers.
Image building of Government of Pakistan.
Revolutionary Changes into the Infrastructure.
Fulfills International Commitments.
Fully Implementing the Compliances.
Fulfills the Requirements of the Modern Era.

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BENEFITS OF FAISALABAD GARMENT CITY
                PROJECT:
Social Uplift of the Area.
Partner in Success.
Golden Chance for SME’s.
Earn Foreign Exchange for Pakistan.
Opportunities to Fulfill Your Visions.
More Opportunities for Women.
All Necessities and Facilities Under One Roof.
Lets Walk Hands to Hands towards the Glorious
Path of Prosperity.
Partner in Prosperity.

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EMPLOYMENT (Direct and Indirect)

   About 100 jobs during implementation period.

   About 9000 jobs will be created directly.

   Indirectly about 20000 persons will earn their living
    from the project.

   Women will benefit as a large number of workers
    employed in the factories would be women.
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SANCTION:

The Ministry of Commerce placed the proposal
before the Export Development Fund Board in its
meeting held on 7th May 2004.
The Board approved funding of Rs. 1.425 billion
for the three Garment Cities.



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                FUNDS FOR FGCC BY EDF
Funds approved by EDF Board.
    10 million: 29-11-2005 directly paid to FIEDMC for land.

    04 million: 29-03-2006 for office running expenses.

    79 million: 04-05-2006 for remaining payment of land.

    7.2 million 04-12-2006 for 2.619 Acres Additional Land.

               FUNDS FOR FGCC BY PSDP
Funds approved by PSDP.
    498.82 Millions                 (Approved Cost of PC-I)


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                               RECORD OF PC-1
   Total PC-1 Cost                           Rs. 498.82 Million

   Time for Completion of Project            24 Months
    * Due to non-availability of Funds, the
      completion time has been increased.
   Record of PC-1 meetings.
        Pre-CDWP meeting with Member         10th August, 2006.
         (Science & Technology)

        CDWP meeting on                      17th August, 2006.

        Post CDWP meeting with Member        14th Dec, 2006.
         (Science & Technology)
         Date of Approval of PC-I             13th Feb, 2007.
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CONSTRUCTION IN PHASE 1: (As Per PC-I Approved )
                            TOTAL COVERED AREA 397323 Sft.

Description of Work                            Area                 Cost (Rs.)
Cat “A” Basement + 5 Storey’s     =        224213 Sq. ft     -   196.383 Millions
Cat “B” Basement + 5 Storey’s     =        129890 Sq. ft     -   113.772 Millions
Admin Block + Auditorium          =        38620 Sq. ft      -   36.244 Millions
Mosque                            =        2800 Sq. ft       -   3.328 Millions
Security / Staff residence        =        1200 Sq. ft       -   0.976 Millions
Substation                        =        600    Sq. ft     -   0.488 Millions
Separate women facilities Block   =        800    Sq. ft     -   0.655 Millions
First Aid Centre                  =        700 Sq. ft       -    0.569 Millions
Boundary wall                     =        4932    Rft.     -    2.776 Millions

Design, Supply & Fixing/Installation of Air Conditioning=        2.75     Millions
(HVAC) System for Admin Block + Auditorium & Mosque
Elevators                          =                             19.600   Millions

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External Development Works=                                     28.386   Millions
Contingencies=                                                  12.753   Millions
Departmental Charges=                                           21.337   Millions
Salaries of Project director and his staff=                     4.500    Millions
Salaries of the FGCC Secretary and his staff=                   6.000    Millions
Salaries of First Aid center and women facility center staff=   2.000    Millions
FGCC office running expenses=                                   20.000   Millions
Escalation charges @ 6.5 % from 2nd year=                       1.315    Millions
Cost of equipment for laboratory and training center =          25.000   Millions


GRAND TOTAL=                                                    498.82 Millions


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                      AWARD OF WORK
                    CATEGORY-A PACKAGE-I
   Basement + 5 Storey’s                                      Total Area 224213 Sft
   09 out of 12 Pre-Qualified Companies Participated in Bidding.
   Being lowest Haroon Ali Buildwell-Pyramid Construction (JV)
    was awarded Contract on 22-06-2007
    Actual Quoted price                                        Rs. 177.636 Millions

    Final Price After a Rebate of 3%                           RS. 172.306 Millions

   Cost mentioned in PC-I                                     Rs. 196.383 Millions

   Engineer’s Estimate                                        Rs. 182.824 Millions
Note:- Escalation on Cement & Steel paid to Contractor with the approval of Board of
Directors as per Tender Terms and Conditions.
Construction was started on 2nd July 2007.                                            29
                       AWARD OF WORK
            External Development Works PACKAGE-IV
   It includes Roads, External Sewer, External water Supply, Fire Hydrant
    System, Rain water distribution, footpaths, Landscaping etc.
   05 out of 12 Pre-Qualified Companies
    Participated in Bidding.
   Being lowest Haroon Ali Buildwell-Pyramid Construction (JV) was
    awarded contract on 01-08-2007.
    Actual quoted price                           Rs. 59.342 Millions
    Final Price After a Rebate of 4.5%            Rs. 56.672 Millions
   Cost mentioned in PC-I                        Rs. 28.386 Millions
   Engineer’s Estimate                           Rs. 50.072 Millions

    Note:-The Completion time was 01-09-2008 as per tender, but due to non availability of funds the
    completion time is extended.
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      Reason of Price Difference:-
Increase in Road area & Levels, Fire Hydrant System is
designed for whole area.




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                AWARD OF WORK
             CATEGORY-B PACKAGE-II
Basement + 5 Storey’s                   Total Area 129890 Sft.
Covered Area of each floor                          22000 Sft.

05 out of 9 Pre-Qualified Companies Participated in Bidding.
Being lowest Haroon Ali Buildwell-Pyramid Construction(JV) was
awarded Contract on 4th Nov 2008

 Actual Quoted price                   Rs. 164.715 Millions
 Final Price After a Rebate of 3%      Rs. 158.126 Millions
 Cost mentioned in PC-I                Rs. 113.772 Millions
 Engineer’s Estimate for year 2008     Rs. 165.391 Millions

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Note:-
   Due to increase of rate of all building materials, tender value is
   increased.

   Construction was Started on 16th November 2008.

   Due to decrease in price of steel and cement Building Committee of
   FGCC has subtracted the amount from the Running Bill of CAT-B

   The Completion time was Nov. 2009 as per tender, but due to non
   availability of funds the completion time is extended.




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               TENDER FOR LIFTS
    FGCC has awarded the Tender for 3-Elevators for
     Category-A Building to “STAR ELEVATOR
     COMPANY” on 03-06-2009 and mobilized the
     Contractor on 10-06-2009
   Installation of Lifts is in Progress




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ALLOCATION OF BUDGET (PSDP)
AUTHORITY RESPONSIBLE FOR SPONSORING :
   Ministry of Textile Industry .
TOTAL COST & APPROVAL OF PC-1:
    Rs. 498.82 million.
    Financial Year    Funds Allocation     Released
    2006-07           31.138 Millions    31.138 Millions
    2007-08           100.00 Millions    100.00 Millions
    2008-09           367.682Millions    110.00 Millions
    2009-10           207.00 Millions    41.00 Millions



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           UTILIZATION OF FUNDS
Approved Cost of Cat-A , Cat-B Building and Package IV in PC-1
   Package – I                 196.383          Millions
   Package – IV                28.386           Millions
   Package – II                113.772          Millions

Payments Made to Contractor (Mobilization Advance).
   Cat-A Building Package-I              17.20 Millions
   Package-IV                             5.60 Millions
   Cat-B Building Package-II             15.70 Millions

   Total (A)                             38.5 Millions


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   Payments Made to Contractor (Against Bills).
       Cat-A Building Package-I                    173.570 Millions
       Cat-B Building                               30.124 Millions
       Package – IV                                 11.780 Millions

       Total (B)                                   215.474 Millions
   Other Expenditures of FGCC (C)                   28.164 Millions
       (Elevators, Assets, Office Establishment,
       Running Expenses, Consultancy etc)

       Grand Total (A+B+C)                         282.138 Millions
Note:
Outstanding payments of Contractor Against FGCC are Rs. 60 Millions
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       CONTINUOUS RAISE IN RATES OF MAJOR
           CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
                     A) FOR FINIACIAL YEAR 2007-2008
                          CAT-A BUILDING

Rate of cement bag (Tender awarded price)   Rs. 225 per bag (June 2007)
Rate of Steel     (Tender awarded price)    Rs. 45 per Kg (June 2007)

Rate of cement bag                          Rs. 360 per bag (June 2008)
Rate of Steel                               Rs. 80 per Kg (June 2008)



Increase in rates of Cement                             60%
Increase in rates of Steel                              77.7%

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       CONTINUOUS RAISE IN RATES OF MAJOR
           CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
                     B) FOR FINIACIAL YEAR 2008-2009
                          CAT-A BUILDING

Rate of cement bag     Rs. 365-330 per bag (July-March 2009 Onwards)

Rate of Steel          Rs. 70-55 per Kg   (July-March 2009 Onwards)



Increase in rates of Cement                          54%
Increase in rates of Steel                           39%


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        ESCALATION OF MAJOR CONSTRUCTION
                    MATERIALS
                      A) FOR FINIACIAL YEAR 2008-2009
                           CAT-B BUILDING
Rate of cement bag (Tender awarded price)   Rs. 365 per bag (Nov 2008)
Rate of Steel     (Tender awarded price)    Rs. 77 per Kg (Nov 2008)

Rate of cement bag                     Rs. 355-330 per bag (Jan,Feb-2009
                                                          Onwards)
(In Ordinary Portland Cement)

Rate of Steel                          Rs. 64-55 per Kg (Jan,Feb-2009
                                                         Onwards)


Decrease in rates of Cement                            6%
Decrease in rates of Steel                             23%
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MONITORING OF FGC PROJECT BY PROJECTS WING
      PLANNING COMMISSION ISLAMABAD
Monitoring Team of Planning Commission, Islamabad Pakistan visited
the FGC site at the end of 1st Qtr (July-September) of 2007-2008.
Monitoring Report and Form PW- Proforma-003 are submitted at the end
of each Qtr.
Mr. Shoukat Hameed (Member S & T), Planning and Development
Division Islamabad and Mr. Farkhand Iqbal, JS of MINTEX along with Mr.
Younas Salik visited on 5th March 2008.
Mr. Saleem Siddiqui DGM Planning Commission visited with his
MONITORING TEAM On Dated 29th November 2008.
Monitoring Officer Miss Sadaf Ikram Visited on 29th June 2009 for
Physical and Financial Verification.
Dr. Samar Mubarak Mand Member Science and Technology, Planning
and Development Division visited on 13th July 2009 for verification of
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  OTHER DIGNITIES VISITED AT SITE OF
           FGC PROJECT
Mr. Mushtaq Ali Cheema, Ex-Federal Minister of Textile Industry visited
on 20th August, 2007.

Mr. Zafar Mahmood, Ex-Federal Secretary of Ministry of Textile Industry
visited on 20th September, 2007.

Raja Riaz Ahmed, Sr. Minister of Government of Punjab visited on 26th
May, 2008.

Mr. Tahir Shahbaz, Secretary Industrial Department, Government of
Punjab visited at site on 30th June, 2008.

Mr. Abdur Rauf Chaudhry, Ex-Federal Secretary Ministry of Textile
Industry visited at site of FGC Project on 30th August, 2008.
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 OTHER DIGNITIES VISITED AT SITE OF
          FGC PROJECT
Mr. Saleem Siddiqui DGM Planning Commission           visited with his
MONITORING TEAM On Dated 29th November, 2008.

Mr. Rana M. Farooq Saeed Khan Federal Minister of Textile Industry
visited on 24th January, 2009.

Mr. Rana M. Farooq Saeed Khan Federal Minister of Textile Industry with
Dr. Waqar Masood Federal Secretary of Textile Industry visited on 27th
April, 2009.

Dr. Samar Mubarak Mand , Member (Science & Technology) visited on
13th July, 2009.
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PHOTOGRAPHS OF FGC
     PROJECT



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FGCC SITE OFFICE &
   MONUMENT




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   EXTERNAL VIEW OF UNDER
CONSTRUCTION OF CAT-A BUILDING




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   EXTERNAL VIEW OF UNDER
CONSTRUCTION OF CAT-B BUILDING




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                  RENT ANALYSIS
Total Factory Area 354103 Sft

As Per PC-1, Rs. 7/Sft or Market Prevailing Rates.

As Per Instruction Of Federal Secretary Textile Industry, Dr. Waqar
Masood, A Survey Report on prevailing Market Rate of Rent was
obtained from Dimen Associations (Pvt) Ltd.

The Market Prevailing Rates as per Survey Report=Rs.3.5/Sft

Board Of Directors has approved Rs. 5.0/Sft In the Board Meeting
Held On 24th June, 2009.

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                 RENT ANALYSIS
As Per Rental Policy of the Company, The Rent Will Be Increased
25% After 3 Years.

Rent of The Open Space and Car Parking Will also be Charged &
Board of Directors will decide about it.

Rental Policy of the Company was approved by Law & Justice
Division, Govt. of Pakistan.

Lease Agreement has been signed.

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