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IMC Satisfied With Local Fuel Standards: It’s Not Damaging Toyota Cars Efficiency

IMC Satisfied With Local Fuel Standards: It’s Not Damaging Toyota Cars Efficiency


Sumera Saeed | category: Autos and Vehicles

IMC Satisfied With Local Fuel Standards: It’s Not Damaging Toyota Cars Efficiency. We earlier reported you that Petrol In Pakistan Damaging Vehicles’ Engines.  The report conducted by the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has revealed that the petrol available in Pakistan is damaging the engines of vehicles.

Last year Honda Atlas filed a complaint to OGRA had revealed that the local petroleum companies in Pakistan have been participating a lot in damaging the engines of vehicles due to the combination of petrol and harmful chemicals.

The local fuel manufacturing companies are are using harmful chemicals to increase the RON of petrol.

On the other hand the Indus Motors Company (IMC) has revealed Toyota Cars have no problems with local fuel standards and run efficiently.

IMC Pakistan assembled Toyota cars running very efficiently on existing petroleum products obtainable in the Pakistani market

IMC revealed that they have no issue regarding the current petroleum products standard in Pakistan.

While responding to a question “Does IMC have any complaints about the quality of petroleum sold in Pakistan?” the Chief Operating Officer at IMC Pakistan, Ali Asghar Jamali revealed that company has no complains about petroleum quality in Pakistan.

This question was prompted by recent reports in the media where a leading car maker accused that the oil marketing companies in Pakistan are selling the lower RON quality petrol which is damaging the engines of vehicles.

But the IMC revealed that the locally assembling Toyota cars and other vehicles based on the standards set by the government of Pakistan.

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IMC Increases Prices Of Toyota Vehicles

IMC Increases Prices Of Toyota Vehicles


Sumera Saeed | category: Autos and Vehicles

IMC Increases Prices Of Toyota Vehicles. Indus Motors Company (IMC) has once again increased the prices of Toyota vehicles including the Corolla, Fortuner and Hilux. The company had announced the price hike of Toyota vehicles in January 2018 and cited that the reason is the devaluation of rupee and now once again the increased its car prices.

The price hike in Toyota vehicles including Corolla, Fortuner and Hilux will not only affect the new customers but also to those clients who have already booked their cars with the company a few months ago.

Indus Motors Company’s Chief Executive Officer Ali Asghar Jamali has announced the price hike in Toyota vehicles in a media workshop in Muzaffarabad, Azad Kashmir. The company has announced the new prices of the Corolla, Fortuner, Revo and Hilux.

Here are the new Prices of the Toyota Corolla, Fortuner, Revo and Hilux.

Toyota Fortuner 2017 Price in Pakistan, Specifications and Pictures

Prices for Toyota Corolla Variants:

Toyota Variant

Old Prices

New Price

XLI 1,819,000 1,894,000
GLI MT 1,949,000 2,049,000
GLI MT SE 2,059,000 2,159,000
GLI AT 2,024,000 2,124,000
Altis 1.6 2,199,000 2,274,000
Altis 1.8 MT 2,264,000 2,339,000
Altis 1.8 CVT 2,389,000 2,464,000
Grande MT SR 2,439,000 2,514,000
Grande CVT SR 2,589,000 2,664,000

Prices for Toyota Fortuner, Hilux and Revo:

Toyota Variant

Old Price

New Price

Hilux Deckless 2,219,000 2,319,000
Hilux 4×2 2,469,000 2,569,000
Hilux 4×2 (up-spec) 2,499,000 2,599,000
Revo G MT 4,124,000 4,374,000
Revo G AT 4,349,000 4,599,000
Revo V AT 4,649,000 4,949,000
Fortuner 4×2 (Petrol) 5,549,000 5,849,000
Fortuner 4×4 5,899,000 6,199,000

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FFC Organizes Session On Better Business Practices To Meet SDGs

FFC Organizes Session On Better Business Practices To Meet SDGs


Sumera Saeed | category: Business

FFC Organizes Session On Better Business Practices To Meet SDGs. Fauji Fertilizer Company Limited (FFC) in collaboration with partners Corporate Social Responsibility Centre Pakistan (CSRCP), Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) and United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), Pakistan Network organized a session on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to discuss alignment of business strategies with SDGs and reporting business contribution in meeting the SDGs.

During the panel discussion on aligning business strategies with SDGs, CEO Institute of Leadership Development (UNGC-Pakistan Chapter) , Mr. Fasihul Karim Siddiqi discussed how businesses can align their actions in support of SDGs in order to tap the business opportunities provided by the global goals.

 Ms. Genevieve Hussain from UN Food and Agriculture Office (FAO) shared her views on the benefits offered by the SDGs for the business. Eminent corporate leaders shared their views on the topic during panel discussion. Other panelists included Ms. Ayesha Khan, Country Director, Hashoo Foundation and Mr. Fasihul Karim Siddiqi.

In second session of the event, Mr. Muhammad Imran, Director Projects and Training, CSRCP discussed the prevailing trends in corporate responsibility reporting at global, regional and national level. He also discussed, how business can report on their contribution towards SDGs. Mr. Pietro Bertazzi, Deputy Director , Policy and Global Affairs – Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) shared the updates on GRI-UNGC Business Reporting on SDGs Action Platform.

The panelists agreed that there is a dire need to introduce the reporting regulations and take steps to create awareness among business on sustainability reporting to bring Pakistan at par with regional peers and at global level. The panelists for the session were Ms. Saima Kamila Khan – Company Secretary, ICI Pakistan, members from Best Corporate and Sustainability Reporting Committee of ICAP and ICMAP.

The event was attended by a large number of corporate leaders, representatives from Planning Commission, provincial SDGs cell, UNDP, UNGC, Pakistan Stock Exchange, Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy, Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund, PARCO, Indus Motors Company and other leading companies working on sustainability.

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