Based on market value as on Dec 31, 2018
Breakup / Book Value
As per Annual Report 2018
Free Float of Shares of the Company
21,751,785 Shares as on March 31, 2019
Karachi Chamber of Commerce and industry (KCCI)
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SHAREHOLDER'S FEEDBACK / COMPLAINT / QUERY
Mr. Obaid-ur-Rehman, Officer LegalPak Suzuki Motor Co. Ltd
DSU-13, Pakistan Steel Industrial Estate, Bin Qasim, Karachi
Ph: 021 34723551-58 Ext. 236
DISCLAIMER: "In case your complaint has not been probably redressed by us, you may lodge your complaint with Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (the "SECP"). However, please note the SECP will entertain only those complaints which were at first directly requested to be redressed by the company and the company has failed to redress the same. Further, the complaints that are not relevant to SECP's regulatory domain/competence shall not be entertained by the SECP."
Mr. Kinji Saito graduated from Hiroshima University, Japan. He has been associated with Suzuki Group since 1981. He has worked in different capacities with Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan and its overseas subsidiaries. As Head of Rep. Office in India from January 2000 to May 2002. As Director Marketing & Sales of Maruti Suzuki India from May 2002 to March 2006. As President of American Suzuki Motor Corporation from July 2008 to March 2011. He joined Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited as Non-Executive Director on October 9, 2013..
Mr. Masafumi Harano, has been associated with Suzuki Group since 1988. He has worked in different capacities with Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan and its overseas subsidiaries. He worked as in-charge of Overseas Automobile Marketing, North America, South and East Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa. He worked as Managing Director of Suzuki Canada Inc. from 2004 to 2007. He joined Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited as Managing Director on July 10, 2017.
Mr. Tetsuya Fujioka completed his graduation from Hiroshima Institute of Technology, Japan. He has been associated with Suzuki Group since 1982. He has worked in different capacities with Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan and its overseas affiliates. He worked as Chief Engineer of company establishment and plant construction for joint venture of General Motors and Suzuki in Canada from September 1988 to December 1991. He joined Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited as Deputy Managing Director on June 1, 2014 and served as Director till July 2017.
Mr. Shigeo Takezawa, has been associated with Suzuki Group since 1985. He has worked in different capacities with Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan and its overseas subsidiaries. He has worked as the Marine Sales Planning Manager at American Suzuki Motor Corporation from 1994 to 2000, President of Suzuki Motor de Mexico from 2009 to 2014 and Department General Manager for Oceania and Latin American Automobile Department from 2014 to 2017. He has been assigned as Department General Manager of Asia Automobile Department in June 2017. He has joined as Non-Executive Director of Pak Suzuki with effect from July 10, 2017.
Mr. Kazuyuki Yamashita has been associated with Suzuki Group since 1987. He is currently working as Group Manager of Asian Automobile Group 1 in Suzuki Motor Corporation. He worked as Director, Automotive Sales of Suzuki Canada from 2001 to 2006 and as Managing Director of Suzuki Auto South Africa from 2007 to 2013. He joined Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited as Director on September 16, 2015.
Moin M Fudda
Mr. Moin M. Fudda has over 40 years of professional experience which
encompasses working for the corporate sector and performing diplomatic
duties. He holds MBA (Insurance & Risk Management) from St. Jones
University, New York. He is a Director on the Board of Pakistan Stock
Exchange (PSX) & Central Depository Company (CDC) and was recently
elected as Chairman of the Board of CDC. He is also an Independent
Director at Al-Meezan Investment Management Limited as well as a
Country Representative for SCOR – A Global 1 Tier Reinsurer. He is also a
Member Board of Karachi Council on Foreign Relations and a Member,
Executive Committee of English Speaking Union of Pakistan. Moreover,
since 2003, he continues to serve as a Chairman/Member of Alternate
Dispute Resolution Committees (ADRC) of the Federal Board of Revenue.
Prior to joining KSE, he was Country Chief of New Zealand Insurance and
Commercial Union (CU now AVIVA) and founder MD of CU Life (now Jubilee
Life) Since 1990. He has been serving as the Honorary Council General of
New Zealand for Pakistan. He is Country representative for SCOR - A Global
Tier - 1 Reinsurer. In 2006 Mr. Fudda was conferred Sitara-e-Imtiaz (S.I.) by
the President of Pakistan.
Rukhsana Shah had a distinguished civil service career spanning more than
35 years. She obtained in-service training in international marketing,
project management, dispute settlement mechanism and cluster
development from institutions in Rotterdam, Washington, Geneva and
Turin. She had varied postings in different departments, served as
Economic and Commercial Counselor at the Pakistan High Commission in
London and was a Faculty member at the National School of Public Policy
(former Staff College). She retired as Federal Secretary, Ministry of Textile
Industry, Islamabad in 2014.
She was nominated by the Ministry of Finance as Independent Director on
the Board of First Women’s Bank in January 2016.
She regularly write articles for the Opinion Page of Dawn Pakistan on
issues relating mainly to social justice, welfare, education and gender.
integrated management policy
Pak Suzuki is built on the idea of a responsible corporate citizenship thereby managing quality, environmental, safety & occupational health matters as an integral part of our business. In fulfilling this responsibility Pak Suzuki adheres to the following fundamental principles:
We are committed to provide top quality products at competitive price to the satisfaction and requirement of our customers.
We conduct our operations in compliance with applicable environmental, occupational health & safety laws and regulations. Even where existing laws & regulations are not adequate we undertake to operate in a responsible manner by assuring the HS&E integrity of our processes and facilities.
We recognize the interrelationship between energy and the environment, and we promote the efficient use of energy throughout our system.
We ensure safe disposal of waste generated from our facility and will minimize the discharge of waste materials into the environment by utilizing responsible pollution control practices.
We will continuously seek opportunities to improve our adherence to these principles.
Suzuki Motor Corporation Japan started assembly of 4x4 vehicle at Naya Daur Motors.
Assembly of Pickup started at Awami Autos Ltd.
In accordance with the concept of “Peoples Car” announced by the Government of Pakistan, Pakistan Automobile Corporation proposed the production of a passenger car with its localization offering to 18 foreign manufacturers.
Suzuki project was approved by ECNEC (Executive committee of National Economic Council) (Formal approval of the Government)
Joint Venture Agreement was signed between SMC and Pakistan Automobile Corporation (PACO).
Production of Suzuki FX started.
President of Pakistan, Gen. Mohammad Zia Ul Haq inaugurated the plant & handed over the keys of the first car.
Pak Suzuki as a public limited company incorporated.
Industrial collaboration agreement executed with SMC.
The Company Started commercial operations.
Introduced 1000cc SWIFT later on called KHYBER.
800cc MEHRAN replaced Suzuki FX.
Foundation stone of Pak Suzuki Bin Qasim Plant was laid by the Prime Minister of Pakistan.
Start of operations of new plant at Bin Qasim with engine and transmission assembly.
MARGALLA production started at new Plant.
SMC acquired additional 15% shares from PACO enhancing its shareholding to 40% and taking over the management.
Roll-out of the 50,000th vehicle from the Bin Qasim Plant.
Waste water treatment plant Installed to control environmental pollution.
The joint venture agreement ended, PACO divested its entire share holding to SMC, raising SMC`s equity to 72.8%.
Exports of Ravi Pickups to Nepal / Bangladesh commenced.