ABOUT US

COOPERATE PROFILE

Pakistan Pulse And Indenters Association (PPIA) formed in 2017, registered as non profit organization under section 42 of company ordinance 1984, Security Exchange Commission of Pakistan.

Pakistan Pulses and Indentor's Association (PPIA) was created by the major international grain brokers to streamline the import of pulses in Pakistan. This collaboration of Indentors working towards a unified cause has been welcomed by international exporters and local importers.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The Directors are well-known industry experts who understand the dynamics of the pulses market. Each one brings a unique strength to the team and understands the different aspects of the international trade including shipment & logistics, banking & finance, port & customs matter and arbitration & mediation.

Pakistan Pulse And Indenters Association (PPIA)Board of Directors comprises of nine (9) executive directors, who collectively share responsibility of ensuring competent management of affairs of the organization, as they are the Founder Members of the association.

WHAT CAN WE DO?

To provide coordinated leadership to Pakistan Pulse industry and to facilitate activities that will achieve improvement in terms of understanding International trade norms, values, terms and bylaws knowledge for all pulses sectors of the industry. PPIA is very much focused to long-term goals as under:

Our Objectives


  • To create a platform to address the issues of the importers and the exporters of pulses. PPIA would serve as a medium for both sides to communicate openly and resolve the concerns.
  • To allow exchange of opinions and dialogue in order to protect the rights of both sides and streamline the business.
  • Establish general guidelines for import of pules which includes educating the parties involved regarding the Gafta and contractual terms under which the business is being conducted.
  • Ensure neither suppliers nor buyers act outside the agreed upon contractual terms by highlighting the issues.

Our Mission


  • Controlled Trade
  • Provide coordinated leadership and planning for crops.
  • Maintaining healthy relationships with existing and new markets.
  • Educational programs for International Trade rules and Grading of qualities
  • Statistics for domestic crops and requirements.
  • Monitoring international and domestic prices of major pulses
  • Monitoring Sellers and Exporters performances
  • Monitoring Buyers and Importers performances
  • Facilitation consultations for resolving disputes and complains

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