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NLC At A Glance

NLC since Inception                     Pakistan’s premier logistics enterprise, the National Logistics Cell (NLC) has roots in a time of national emergency when a massive congestion hit Karachi Port in 1978, bringing the country’s Logistics operations to a halt. The gridlock at the port stymied the supply and demand cycle, causing scarcity of essential commodities. The crisis led to distressed supply of wheat, sugar and raw material for industrial units in the country, warranting urgent measures to restore normalcy. NLC was established both as a dedicated organization to manage the crisis at hand and avert recurrence of logistics emergencies infuture.


                  The organization has played a major role in the national development since its inception performing diverse roles and contributing significantly towards growth of national economy. The development trajectory and steady expansion of the organization in term of human and material resources bear out highest professional standards maintained by NLC. From an entity established to respond a logistic crisis, NLC evolved in to Pakistan’s largest and most resilient logistics enterprise, carrying out overarching roles and tasks. NLC is rendering remarkable services towards national building efforts in multiple areas of its specialization. With its presence from North to South East and West, NLC is committed to uninterrupted logistics, transportation, construction of mega projects, operation of border terminals and dry ports and capacity development of the country’s youth under its corporate social responsibility (CSR)




Timeline of Development of NLC

1978 – Raising of NLC having two major setups i,e Freight Service & NLC Engineers
1980 – Self sustenance status achieved
1982 – NLC Polymers established
1983 – Management Information System introduced
1985 – Port Coordination Committee placed under NLC
1993 – Dry Ports section was established
1999 – O &M Tolling started
2003 – NLC Driving School established
2004 – Dry Port given status of Independent Strategic Business Unit (SBU)
2005 – Tasked by Government to set up Border Terminals 2006 – Applied Technologies Institute (ATIN) was raised at Mandra
2007 – Projects in KSA & Qatar were undertaken 2009 – NLC Freight Train (NEFT) pilot project launched
2014 – NLC & Pakistan Railways signed locomotive lease agreement
2016 – Pak NLC Motors was Introduced – Department for Real Estate Development was raised
2017 – NLC Trucking and Bus Service Introduced


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